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All Viterbo faculty are invited to participate in a new initiative that connects a faculty member with each floor/residential community on campus with the goal of building informal relationships between students and faculty outside the classroom. This will not be a “mentor” program—that is, a...
Post date: Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 10:46

Ethics Updates form

Assist us with keeping our records up to date by providing the following information. We are especially interested in new mailing addresses, name changes, your mail preference, and events you are interested in attending. If you have recently married, please provide your maiden name. If you have any...
Faculty Program Development Faculty are an integral component of the success of study abroad programming at Viterbo University. The Study Abroad Office (SAO) at Viterbo provides administrative and logistical support for faculty-led study abroad programs, which in turn has sent hundreds of Viterbo...
 
By Polly Scott Streaming Media: Do you want the convenience of presenting a DVD, VHS tape, or audio CD from any internet-accessible computer for a course? The first step is to fill out the Streaming Media Request form on the library website. If you wish to stream media currently housed in a...
Post date: Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 09:42
This lecture is part of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Celebration. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. No reservations required.

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Monday, Jan. 16, 7:00 pm, 2017
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...
VUSM Community Leaders Jason Howard Professor of History and Philosophy Community Leader for The Ethical Life seminars. "It is our unique privilege to be the kind of beings who can participate in the formation of our beliefs, values and choices, but this requires we take some ownership in...
When you come in contact with a student who has been a victim of sexual assault you should be gentle and concerned. Listen to the student and follow the procedures outlined in the 'Make a Report or File a Complaint' tab above. Inform the student that for reporting purposes, names of victims can be...
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Faculty Moehring, Linda EDUC 543: Identification & Programing for the Gifted EDUC 544: Administration & Supervision of Gifted Program Underwood, Doreen EDUC 540: Educational Strategies for the Gifted EDUC 541: Psychology of the Gifted EDUC 545: Gifted Education Internship For more...
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Faculty 2015-2016 faculty information will be updated prior to the start of the new academic year. Current Graduate Tuition: $325 per credit for the 2014-2015 academic year. Apply to the Literacy Coaching program: click on the "Apply Now" tab on the left of this page. Register for Courses: Call 1-...
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Faculty Middle School #182: Bunt, Norene EDUC 551: Adolescent Literacy Gaines, Ruth Ann EDUC 551: Adolescent & Multi-Cultural Literature (5-12) EDUC 546: Teaching Language Usage and Composition at the Middle School Level Knight, Cynthia EDUC 628: Models for Teaching Middle School Students EDUC...
Faculty Humke, Mary EDUC 518: Foundations and Psychology of Reading Keese, Jan EDUC 590: Supervision & Staff Development EDUC 596: Practicum in Reading Leadership EDUC 639: Directing & Supervising K-12 Reading Programs Neal, Julie EDUC 556: Reading Assessment, Diagnosis and Evaluation Bunt...
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Faculty Iowa Early Childhood #106: Elsamiller, Rebecca EDUC 558: Inclusive Early Childhood Education EDUC 569: Nutrition in Early Childhood Education Fracek, Eugene EDUC 571: Field Experience Birth – 36 months EDUC 572: Field Experience 3-4 year olds EDUC 574: Field Experience Kindergarten EDUC 575...
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Faculty Humke, Mary EDUC 518: Foundations and Psychology of Reading EDUC 605: Teaching Reading to Students with Dyslexia and Other Reading Difficulties Keese, Jan EDUC 570: Content Area Reading Strategies EDUC 519/520: Assessment & Treatment of Reading Difficulties EDUC 674/675: K-8/5-12...
Wisconsin Master of Arts in Education Core Courses - Faculty Todd Braun , M.A. EDUC 600 EDUC 601 EDUC 604 tpbraun@viterbo.edu Kelly Demerath , M.S. EDUC 601 EDUC 623 kwdemerath@viterbo.edu Susan Hughes , Ed.D. EDUC 601 EDUC EDUC 602 EDUC 604 srhughes@viterbo.edu Robert Lecheler , M.A. EDUC 623...

Adjunct Faculty Development Grant Application Form

Eligibility: To be eligible to apply for an adjunct faculty development grant, you must be a current adjunct faculty in good standing with the University. Purpose: This form may be used to apply for a adjunct faculty development grant used for the following purposes: Attending conferences,...
The Institute sponsors a series of lectures by internationally, nationally and locally known speakers on a variety of topics related to ethics and leadership. The lectures are intended to be both informative and inspiring, and to address ethical issues in a variety of settings, including business,...

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