Monthly Archives: July 2009

Importance of the Student Clinic and Massage Internship/Externship Experience

Article Written By: Maria Leonard, MT, BS, Reiki Master Network Dean of Massage Therapy Globe University/Minnesota School of Business/Utah Career Colleges   The massage and bodywork industry is ever changing.  The continued growth of our industry is extensive.  Massage and body workers are present in chiropractic offices, wellness centers, hospitals, spas and many more facilities. 
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Minnesota School of Business and the Aliveness Project

Article Written by: Stephanie Petersen Massage Program Coordinator Minnesota School of Business, Brooklyn Center Campus   Teaching excellence and competence in any field is best paired with community involvement. Not only does this expose students to real-life experience, but also it builds a sense of accomplishment and cultural harmony. Students often have limited resources to
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What’s your…?

Terry White, an author who I have referenced in this blog recently wrote a web column entitled “What’s Your Case?” that resonated with me. This question is spot on. The answer to it has power–and according to Terry White, sometimes this power is lost to many in the IT profession. When I was a computer
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Is there a difference between Information Security and Information Systems Security?

Certainly different businesses and authorities may define these two terms differently. When they are presented together in this question, I believe that our natural reaction is to say, “Yes, there is a difference.” This makes me think, “Okay, what’s the difference?” First an illuminating digression: one interesting difference between the thinking of Information Systems (IS)
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Recent Cases Uphold Paralegal Fees

A number of recent cases have upheld fees for paralegals when awarding attorneys’ fees to prevailing parties. Courts look at the reasonable prevailing market rate for awarding fees for paralegal services. Recent cases have upheld awards ranging from $50-$100 per hour for paralegals. In Nadarajah v. Holder, — F.3d —-, 2009 WL 1588678 (9th Cir.
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Apply now for a $300 HFS Certification Scholarship!

GU/MSB recognizes outstanding HFS students by offering a $300 scholarship to be used toward obtaining a professional certification. Applications for the HFS Certification Scholarship are being accepted between July 20th and August 3rd.  Both bachelor’s degree students and associate degree students are encouraged to apply.  Please see the guidelines below and email Amy Scott at
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TOR DAHL Wisdom…

Tor Dahl is the Founder, President and CEO of Tor Dahl & Associates. He is an economist, consultant, and associate professor in public health at the University of Minnesota. A Fulbright Scholar in Economics, Professor Dahl has published works on health care, economics, management, productivity, and behavioral change Changing Lives I have not been a
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