VU Today

Monday, June 29


9:30 a.m. Timecards are due in the business office


On Tuesday, June 30, contractors will begin replacing the Marian Dining Hall air handler. There will be a crane located on Franciscan Way near the Student Union for this work. Parking will be limited near the Student Union and there will be a narrow driving lane on the FSPA side of the street. The crane will be on campus for approximately three days. The crane will be back on campus the following week and similar parking/driving instructions will be provided at that time.


Ensemble Upgrade: IIT will upgrade Viterbo’s Ensemble video streaming software Tuesday, June 30. Ensemble will be offline/unavailable from 8:30–10:30 a.m.


Summer Research Fellowship Program Brown Bag Seminar: Join student researchers Wednesday, July 1 from noon–1 p.m. in the School of Nursing Building 195 for presentations by Kirsten Arm, Ali Burtraw, Marla Mulcahy, Caity Nienow, and Eliza Short (Dietetics); Sydney Eckert (Psychology); and Marissa Pieper, Tyler Rehnelt, Jessica Sims, Alex Summers (Religious Studies and Philosophy/Nursing). Bring your lunch, support the students, and learn about the great work student-faculty research teams are engaging in this summer. Dessert is provided. Contact Kirsten at with any questions.

Post date: Monday, June 29, 2015 - 07:39



Wendell Snodgrass Named Viterbo University Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Wendell Snodgrass has been named vice president for institutional advancement at Viterbo University effective Friday, July 31. Following a national search, Snodgrass was chosen to lead fundraising and benefactor relation efforts at Viterbo, succeeding Gary Klein who resigned in February.

Viterbo University to Celebrate Wisconsin Private College Week July 13-17

Viterbo University and 22 other private nonprofit colleges and universities in the state, which enroll more than 60,000 students, will celebrate Wisconsin Private College Week Monday, July 13–Friday, July 17.

Viterbo University Campaign Exceeds $40 Million Goal

The University of Opportunity: Hope and Help $40 million comprehensive campaign launched by Viterbo in 2008 and scheduled to conclude this month has exceeded its goal. The final tally is expected to surpass $42.5 million in gifts, grants and pledges, representing one of the largest campaigns in the history of La Crosse.