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The annual Celebration of Faculty provides a venue for faculty to share their scholarship and artistic work, learn about others’ work, and for all employees to enjoy the company of colleagues in a celebratory setting. Register online at http://www.viterbo.edu/faculty-development/celebration-faculty...

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Friday, Nov. 3, 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm, 2017
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,...
What's a courage teacher? I'll tell you who mine were. Sept. 10, 2007 – Andrei Codrescu, Poet, Novelist, and Essayist Andrei Codrescu is the author of New Orleans, Mon Amour: Twenty Years of Writing from the City (Algonquin Books), a collection in response to the catastrophe that devastated his...
Perspectives on the Holocaust Supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council. Sept. 13, 2005 – Nesse Godin, Holocaust Survivor Nesse Godin was a young girl in Lithuania when the Nazis rose to power. She survived a concentration camp, four labor camps, and a death march. Godin is...
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Criminal Justice Symposium – Crime and Punishment on Trial: Community Values and the Criminal Justice System Sept. 5, 2002 – Keynote Lecture: Paul Simon, Former U.S. Senator, Illinois For more than 40 years, U.S. Senator Paul Simon has nurtured a celebrated career in public service built on a...
Steering Your Ship Through Rough Waters: Lessons on Leadership from Captain Phillips Sept. 9, 2014 – Captain Richard Phillips 7 p.m. – Fine Arts Center Main Theatre For five days in April 2009, the world was glued to their television screens as Captain Richard Phillips became the center of an...
The Place of Religion in the Public Square – Debate Sept. 9, 2003 – Dan Barker, Public Relations Director, Freedom from Religion Foundation; Scott Moore, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Baylor University; Francis J. Manion, Senior Counsel with the American Center for Law & Justice The public...
Welcome to the Great Conversation: Increasing Community Support for Wisconsin's Public Schools Aug. 30, 2006 – Jamie Vollmer Co-sponsored by the La Crosse School District Jamie Vollmer substantiates the steady improvement in Wisconsin's schools, but exposes a growing gap between what schools...
Giving is Good Business…Achieving Super Bowl Results with Your Business, Your Community, and Yourself Sept. 19, 2000 – Wayne Kostroski Active in a variety of hunger relief efforts, Wayne Kostroski provides information on how one person, one company, and one organization can change lives. A...
Soul of a Citizen: How Can You Make Your Voice Heard and Your Actions Count? Sept. 12, 2013 – Paul Loeb Paul Loeb is the author of Soul of a Citizen: Living with Conviction in Challenging Times and The Impossible Will Take a Little While: A Citizen’s Guide to Hope in a Time of Fear . Soul of a...
The Restorative Power of Nature Sept. 13, 2011 – Richard Louv, Author of Last Child in the Woods and The Nature Principle 10 a.m. Presentation to middle and high school students 7 p.m. Presentation to the general community Fine Arts Center Main Theatre Richard Louv is a journalist and author of...
 
Viterbo community members enjoyed themselves at the annual Celebration of Faculty Scholarship Nov. 3 Fine Arts Center Lobby. The event was designed to provide a venue for faculty to share their scholarship and artistic work, learn about others’ work, and for all employees to enjoy the company of...
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Wettstein gives business advice at Viterbo lecture By STEVE CAHALAN | La Crosse Tribune Know your business cycles and your competition, hire good managers and let them run their departments. That was some of the advice Dan Wettstein gave Wednesday at Viterbo University, in the fourth and final...
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...
 
Viterbo employees are invited to attend the annual Celebration of Faculty Scholarship from 3:30–5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3 in the Fine Arts Center Lobby. The Celebration of Faculty Scholarship is a wine and cheese event designed to provide a venue for faculty to share their scholarship and artistic work...
Post date: Friday, October 27, 2017 - 08:53

Sister Helen Elsbernd Distinguished Service Award Nomination Form

Sister Helen Elsbernd Distinguished Service Award Nomination Form Viterbo faculty, staff, and administrators are eligible for the Sister Helen Elsbernd Distinguished Service Award. The award is given, from time to time, in recognition of the significant achievements and contributions to the...

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