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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...
2014 Teaching the Holocaust March 20–21, 2014 Keynote speaker Cipora Katz is a child survivor of the Holocaust. She was born in Siemiatycze, Poland in 1938. At the age of four, she was saved by a brave Polish family who hid her in a potato silo. She currently serves on the Speakers' Bureau of the...
Occasionally, the Office of Global Education sponsors short-term immersion experiences for Viterbo faculty. Engagement with the cultures of the Southwestern United States, Mexico, and China have been among the experiences offered. The major purpose of these events has been to give faculty an...
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...
The Viterbo University School of Letters and Sciences presents Immigrants and Refugees: The Global Movement at our Door February 5–7, 2007 Monday, February 5 7 p.m. Dr. Khassan Baiev, Chechnyan physician, refugee, and author of The Oath: A Surgeon Under Fire A Refugee Doctor's Perspective: Health...
Viterbo Univesity graduate with family after commencement
Academic Resource Center The Academic Resource Center ( ARC ) offers services that encourage student success and retention. Services include tutoring, writing assistance, reading retention and comprehension, academic counseling, academic skills workshops, and academic advising. Staff includes seven...
When considering the cost of a college education, don’t be shocked by a university’s sticker price. There are plenty of factors that bring down this seemingly high cost. “Paying for College” Vocabulary Sticker Price: The advertised price of one year’s total expenses at the college of your choice...
How to Use This Page Please click on an item below to learn more about that topic or scroll down this page to view all of the information: Business Office Advice to Help Students Prepare for the Fall 2016 Semester Study Abroad Center for Student Success Events Move In Beginning of the Year Events...
Viterbo University offers a variety of resources for online students: Academic Advising View the Academic Advising page for information about VIterbo University's academic advising services. For additional information, contact the Academic Advising Coordinator Lisa Konkel at 608-796-3467 or via...
Secondary Education at Viterbo Teaching is not a job, it is a calling. Today’s teachers are part of a professional community that promotes lifelong learning, community engagement, and empowerment. Teaching introduces students to new and exciting topics that will help form the future aspirations and...
Spanish at Viterbo Spanish is no longer considered a foreign language in the U.S., and many service providers, corporations, and government institutions require or prefer professionals that are culturally competent and have practical knowledge of the language. Viterbo University’s Spanish program...
Viterbo University will award up to 20 new $2,000 scholarships for students majoring in education or engineering who apply for admission by Wednesday, Nov. 1 to enroll in fall 2018.
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Cynthia Jones, DNP, RN; Sherry Chesak, Ph.D., RN; Jennifer McGuire, MAN, RN-BC; Diane Forsyth, Ph.D., RN; Sonja Meiers, Ph.D., RN; LeAnn Johnson, MS, RN, NEA-BC; and Martha Scheckel, Ph.D., RN – Winona State University Background: The transition from...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Jolene Carlson, MSN, DNP Student; Bonnie Nesbitt, DNP; and Claudia Swanton, DNP – Viterbo University Background: NP and PA programs are growing nationwide. Clinical preceptors are in high demand. Current health system of reference is lacking preceptors to...
Many Viterbo faculty are working to bring international perspectives into their courses. Participating in an international travel and study experience is one way of deepening their knowledge and awareness, in order to gain greater comfort in teaching about topics which may not have been part of...
 
Taylor Lewis, global education, Larry Harwood, religious studies and philosophy, and students in the Asian Philsophy class spent Spring Break in China.
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Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Suzanne E. Downing, RN; Khira L. Ahmed-Yahia, RN; Tammi J. Albrecht, RN; Abigail J. Cannariato, RN; Megan R. Foss, RN; Diana E. Henry, RN; Mary Hitchcock; Elisa Torres, PhD, RN – University of Wisconsin - Madison: School of Nursing Background: In 2012,...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Karen Hayter MS, RN (PhD Candidate) and Susan Stinson MSN, RN – Gundersen Health System Background: Per research findings, organizations that have a professional practice model in place are better positioned to promote nursing empowerment. Work...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Kathryn Dries, Nursing Student – Winona State University Background: For centuries animals have had a tremendous impact on humans. Whether they acted as a food source, a worker, or a companion, animals maintain to have close ties with the human race. One...
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A liberal arts education is one that doesn’t teach you the answers, but helps you understand how to ask questions. Viterbo’s academic programs are firmly rooted in the liberal arts, providing our students with broad knowledge and the freedom to sample a variety of disciplines, thus preparing them...

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