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Shawnna Bonney
Shawnna Bonney
Annual Fund Gift Officer

 608-796-3067
 MRC 225
 sjbonney@viterbo.edu
Josh Gates
Josh Gates
Director, Development and Major Gifts

 608-796-3077
 MRC 217
 jrgates@viterbo.edu
commencement president speech
States where Viterbo is authorized to provide online instruction: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Louisiana Maine Maryland Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New...
LA CROSSE, Wis. – Ever since going five sets with Bellevue University on October 25, the Viterbo University volleyball team had won six straight contests by 3-0 scores. The V-Hawks added one more to that list as they stretched their winning streak to 35 with a sweep of Valley City University...
LA CROSSE, Wis. – With 38 matches under their belt, the Viterbo University volleyball team seemed to hit nearly every top offensive mark this year. On Tuesday, the V-Hawks touched one more as they reached a team .400 hitting percentage for the first time this year in a 3-0 sweep of Mayville...
 
The Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium on Friday, Nov. 4 will feature over 210 registered student and faculty participants from 12 institutions across the U.S. All unregistered faculty, staff, students, and community members are welcome to attend portions of the day, including the...
Post date: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 - 13:39
Viterbo University nursing and theatre students simulate a mass casualty incident on campus September 2017.
Ease finals week stress; enjoy holiday music, cocoa, and Christmas cookies; and tap into the spirit of the season by doing something kind for someone else. We’ll be creating holiday cards for veterans and nursing home residents, tying fleece blankets for Warming Center guests, knitting baby hats...

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Monday, Dec. 12, 4:00 am to 6:00 am, 2016
Ease finals week stress and enjoy holiday music, cocoa, and Christmas cookies. Tap into the spirit of the season by doing something kind for someone else. We'll be creating holiday cards for veterans and nursing home residents, tying fleece blankets for the La Crosse Warming Center guests, knitting...

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Monday, Dec. 12, 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, 2016
Eric Schmidt
Major Gift Officer

 608-796-3078
 MRC 221
 eschmidt@viterbo.edu
Reta Keenan
Database Services Associate

 608-796-3071
 MRC 226
 rjkeenan@viterbo.edu
Kathy Duerwachter
Director; Alumni Relations

 608-796-3072
 MRC 223
 kaduerwachter@viterbo.edu
Chris Sanger
Director, Benefactor Engagement and Stewardship

 608-796-3070
 MRC 226
 cmsanger@viterbo.edu
Nursing Research on the Green 2013 Abstract Nancy A. Hall, MS, RN; Carole Jenson, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, CCRN; Winona State University Background : Fifty percent of people are incapable of making decisions about treatment when they reach the end of life, leaving others to decide. When uncertainty exists...
Nursing Research on the Green 2015 Abstract Beth M. Krage, MSN, RN, CNL and Melissa Miller BSN, RN, Interactive Patient Education Nurse – Gundersen Health System Background: A unit based approach at increasing GetWell Network (GWN) usage by engaging nursing staff and patients. The Orthopaedic Unit...
NURSES Luncheon on November 11 at Viterbo University
Learn more and register for the NURSES Visit Event on November 11th! The School of Nursing at Viterbo University is excited to announce NURSES: "Nursing for Underserved Rural Students Seeking Educational Success." Through the NURSES program, students are eligible for scholarships, summer immersion...
JAMESTOWN, N.D. – After falling in their first game of the North Star Athletic Association, the Viterbo University baseball team knew they had an uphill battle. The V-Hawks battled for a 7-4 victory over Dakota State University to stay alive, but fell to No. 11 University of Jamestown to end...
academic advising
Viterbo participates in the Advanced Placement Program whereby high school students may enroll in advanced high school courses and receive college credit. The student must not only complete the AP course in high school but must also achieve a prescribed high enough score and on the final...

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