Monthly Archives: October 2010

Annual Survey

Congratulations again on the start of Fall quarter and we hope that everything is going very well for all of you.  Every year at this time, we like to ask each student for some very important feedback on all aspects of our online education programs.  We understand that surveys take time and we sincerely appreciate
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Submit Your Writing to Creative Quill!

Submit your creative writing to the Creative Quill! The Creative Quill is our school’s literary magazine, and we are now accepting submissions in fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and more. This is your chance to have your work published.  Contact Sam Osterhout at sosterhout@msbcollege.edu or 347-635-4084 for guidelines and more information. It’s an excellent opportunity to
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Massage Awareness Week 2010 – October 24 – 30

We would like to invite you all to celebrate massage awareness week with us. We have events scheduled at multiple campus locations. These Campuses will be asking for donations and they will be donating proceeds to a cause of their choice.  Some campuses are also donating their time by offering free massage at certain planned
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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

  The American Breast Cancer Society helps find cures and empowers people to fight back against breast cancer.  On October 9, 2010, several Globe Education Network staff and faculty members participated in this year’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.  This walk helps over 2.5 million breast cancer survivors celebrate birthdays each year. In total,
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Apply to be a tutor!

The Globe Education Network is currently accepting online student tutor applications. Tutoring provides students with an opportunity to enhance their mastery of course materials, augment their teaching skills, and earn some extra money – all at the same time! It’s also a great résumé builder. Tutors typically commit one hour per week to assisting a
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Important Student Account and Financial Aid Reminders:

All tuition and book charges for Fall quarter have been posted to your student account.  Online students are exempt from the majority of, (but not all!) lab fees and throughout the week you will continue to see these adjusted off your account.  We encourage you to review your student ledger to make sure everything is
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This Week: APA Citation Webinars

The librarian is offering live APA Citation in a Nutshell  webinars this week. They are all the same so you can pick one that fits your schedule. If you can’t make the live session, you can access a recording on this page. 10/20/10 @ 12 p.m. central                  o https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008435&password=M.9B0A99AA0BA9C0F93D4D11E46C0C8F 10/21/10 @ 7 p.m. central
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Interactive Media and Graphic Design??

So you’ve enrolled in the Interactive Media and Graphic Design program or you are thinking about it.  Why?  What brought you here?  Is it a love of fine art?  A love of computers? A love of creativity?  Have you always felt this way or is this a new interest for you?  What are you hoping
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Round-Up of Recent Cases Involving Paralegals

This article highlights some recent cases involving paralegals. Court Finds Unauthorized Practice of Law for Paralegal Work In re Hrones, 457 Mass. 844, 933 N.E.2d 622 (Mass. 2010) On September 10, 2010, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts held that actions of a law school graduate, who had not passed the bar examination but who
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