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Last updated 9/6/2018 Moodle As a student, you are expected to be familiar with the Moodle course management software. Materials, announcements, and assignments will be posted on Moodle, and you will need to refer to your course site often to check for new announcements and to meet all course...
Do you want to calculate your college grade point average? Our easy-to-use calculator will help you estimate the outcome of this semester’s grades on your cumulative GPA or project your GPA if repeating a course. This may further help you determine your semester academic goals. To help you better...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Christina Arostegui, RN, BSN, DNP Student – Viterbo University Background: Currently there are over 15 million family members and friends who provide unpaid care to persons with dementia. Dementia caregivers experience disproportionately greater morbidity...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Christina Arostegui, RN, BSN, DNP Student – Viterbo University Background: Currently there are over 15 million family members and friends who provide unpaid care to persons with dementia. Dementia caregivers experience disproportionately greater morbidity...
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For information about the incomplete grade policy, see the Grades section of the Academic Regulations and Policies in the Undergraduate Catalog. See the Registrar's Forms web page for the Incomplete Grade Request form.
Current Courses Effective Coaching Differentiating Instruction (NEW!) Legal and Ancillary Issues in Athletics Maximizing Your Potential: Going from Good to Great Meeting the Needs of High School Student Athletes Planning for Integration: the Project-Based Learning Solution (NEW!) Teaching Students...
Thursday, April 9 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Dog Therapy Day – Hawk’s Next. Sponsored by campus activities. 12:15 p.m. Mass – San Damiano Chapel 3 p.m. Bully Movie Screening and Discussion – Reinhart Center 127. Hosted by students in the Theology of Justice and Peace class. Everyone welcome. Popcorn will be...
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Are you a freshman? You are considered a freshman if you: are entering college for the first time. have a high school diploma or equivalent. have any college credit taken prior to high school graduation. Discover what makes Viterbo special Learn about us — Join our mailing list and explore our...
In 2008, the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership began publishing books on issues of ethics and leadership. An Ethical Life: A Practical Guide to Ethical Reasoning by Richard Kyte An Ethical Life: A Practical Guide to Ethical Reasoning , authored by Rick Kyte, director of the D.B...
Staff in Career Services are trained to help you understand your assessment results. Click here for an appointment. Featured career assessments TypeFocus is a free resource that allows students to develop a better understanding of themselves by analyzing personality (MBTI Type), interests (Holland...
 
The 2016-17 Viterbo University One-of-a-Kind Chamber Music Series concludes Saturday, April 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Recital Hall with Sonatas from 1917: The Music of Debussy and Respighi, featuring violinist Nancy Oliveros and pianist Mary Ellen Haupert. The concert will celebrate...
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Students enrolled in music unit programs and faculty and staff with employment status in the music unit must be provided basic information about the maintenance of health and safety within the contexts of practice, performance, teaching, and listening. For music majors and music faculty and staff,...
 
By Annie Baumann and Kim Olson-Kopp At Viterbo, research plays a big role in classrooms. Whether you’re teaching freshmen, seniors, or graduate students, there’s a chance you’ll be asking for research skills that your students are still developing. A great way to guide your students to a deeper...
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Current Courses Creating a Positive Environment to Enhance Learning, Promote Productivity, and Improve Wellbeing Creating a Wellness Culture for Your School, Students, and You! (NEW!) Great Work, Skills and Strategies Hope and Healing: Working with Individuals Who Have Experienced Trauma Journaling...
Current Courses AMPe It Up! How to Embed Authentic Writing in Art, Music, and Physical Education Without Giving Up the Class Objectives (NEW!) Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching (NEW!) Hands On, Minds On Science Music: The Muse to Inspire Reluctant Writers (NEW!) Notice and Note:...
On-campus Employment International students can work on campus, up to 20 hours per week during the academic year. Many on-campus jobs are work study positions, for which international students are not eligible, so on-campus jobs are limited during the academic year. At Viterbo, the on-campus jobs...
There is no definitive way to predict what you will be asked in an employment interview. However, there are questions that are frequently asked. In addition, if you are prepared to answer these common questions, you are generally prepared for most interviews. The interview is your chance to tell...
 
Viterbo will celebrate the inauguration of Glena Temple as the university’s ninth president Friday, April 7, followed by Inauguration Service Saturday April 8. Inauguration day April 7 will begin with a liturgy in San Damiano Chapel at 1 p.m. The installation ceremony will be held in the Fine Arts...
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Viterbo University invites you to Pilgrimage in Italy Alumni and friends* are invited to join us on this Servant Leadership Pilgrimage experience as we walk the footsteps of St. Francis and St. Clare through Rome and Assisi. Travel Dates: June 2–June 10, 2017 Program Information Tom Thibodeau ,...

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