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By Riley Kuhlman, Viterbo student nurse The American Heart Association (AHA) has proclaimed February as Heart Health Month. The AHA wants to spread awareness about the dangers of an unhealthy lifestyle and how it affects your heart. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women...
Post date: Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 13:26
Jim Bailey, M.D., professor of Medicine and Preventative Medicine for the Center for Health Systems Improvement at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, will present “The End of Healing and the Search for Health Care that Heals” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10 in the Viterbo University Fine Arts Center Main Theatre.
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Policy Introduction Viterbo University is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment free of illicit drugs, the unlawful use or abuse of alcohol, smoking and tobacco. The University recognizes that the use or consumption of alcohol, tobacco products, and other drugs can...
A Select Compilation of Faculty Mentor Advice from 2010-2014 Develop a written plan (student-advisor “contract”) in addition to the contract they complete for the program, including such details as when/where to meet, and contact (and back-up contact) information. Make sure the student is both...
Colin Ward
Visiting Professor

 608-796-3713
 MRC 560
 ccward@viterbo.edu
Martha Scheckel
Dean

 608-796-3664
 NRC 105B
 mmscheckel@viterbo.edu
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Do you plan to pursue a career in chiropractic medicine, dentistry or pharmacy? Do you want to enroll in these programs after three years instead of four? Viterbo University makes it possible, and still allows you to earn a Viterbo bachelor’s degree. Viterbo students complete a required three years...
The Viterbo University School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics offers a variety of articulation agreements. These agreements provide students with opportunities to pursue careers in chiropractic, podiatry, pharmacy, dentistry and medicine. Depending upon the program, students may be able to...
The School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at Viterbo University is pleased to announce the S-STEM “Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics” program. Through “Project SUCCESS” (Scaffolding Undergraduate Curriculum and Career Exploration for Science Success) students...
 
La Crosse Mayor Tim Kabat invites the Viterbo community to attend the the Neighborhood Conference: Transportation from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. Saturday, April 11 at the Myrick Center in Myrick Park. Chuck Marohn, president and co-founder of Strong Towns will give the keynote address, "Tranportation in the...
Post date: Wednesday, April 1, 2015 - 13:24
Kyle Backstrand
Professor

 608-796-3474
 RCE 212
 kmbackstrand@viterbo.edu
 
By Rachel Heier, Viterbo student nurse The idea of legalizing recreational marijuana is gaining support. It has been considered as a good source of tax revenue for states to accommodate for financial shortages our government faces. Additionally, it could allow government to have oversight of the...
Post date: Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 09:14
 
Congratulations to the top five finishers in the annual Health Science Scholarship Competition Feb. 9. From left are last year’s winner Benjamin Gibson, Stephanie Hayne, third place; Mariah Calkins, fourth place; Zachary Schmit, first place; Robert Johannes, fifth place; Madison Davis, second place...
Post date: Monday, February 12, 2018 - 07:44

Abstract Submission Form

Easels and boards will be provided. You must bring your own mounting pins. One presenter must be at least a baccalaureate prepared Registered Nurse. For questions regarding submission, contact Mary Ellen Stolder at 608-796-3625 or email mestolder@viterbo.edu .
 
Viterbo public health nursing faculty members hosted a La Crosse Public Health Legislative Meeting in the Fine Arts Center Lobby Feb. 5.
Post date: Thursday, February 8, 2018 - 10:27
 
By Amanda Albert, wellness intern Wear red to work out at the Mathy Center this week and you will be entered in a drawing to win a $50 gift card to Kate’s on State. Heart disease is the number one killer of women, taking over 300,000 women each year. The American Heart Association and the National...
Post date: Thursday, February 8, 2018 - 15:07

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