Monthly Archives: August 2011

Big Win For Charity: Globe Madison West Students Host Casino Night on Campus

Business Communications students organized an entertaining evening all in the name of charity. Over 40 people gathered on campus for Casino Night at Globe University and the night proved to be successful as the $500 goal raised exceeded to $600! Proceeds raised went to Lilada’s Livingroom, a non-profit organization which creates a safe environment for
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MSB-Moorhead Edcuates The Public at ‘Streets Alive!’

Staff, Students, and Faculty took to the streets of Fargo-Moorhead on Sunday, August 28th for Streets Alive! Streets Alive is a physical activity festival where walkers, bikers, runners, skaters, dancers – any form of human-powered movement – bring the Streets Alive! Three miles of roads connecting downtown Fargo-Moorhead are closed to automobiles and opened for
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A Day of Caring: Globe Helps Restore County Park

On a beautiful Friday afternoon, nine resilient and eager volunteers set off to Indian Lake County Park to participate in the United Way of Dane County’s annual Day of Caring. Globe students, staff, instructors and family were put to work. One group collected various seeds which are used to develop additional prairies while others hiked
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APA Citation Reminder

Every time you use someone else’s words or ideas in your assignments, you need to cite it in APA Citation Style. This week, you can join a free webinar about APA Citation! To join, just click the date/time link below at least 5 minutes before the webinar will start. The audio will be through your
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Keep in Touch But Avoid Germs-The Ultimate Test at Globe-Sioux Falls

Email is the easiest way to stay in touch with friends, but it is also an easy way to be in contact with unwanted germs and bacteria.  Keyboards and other hands-on spots around campus are being analyzed thanks to some Globe Medical Assisting students. Each quarter, the urinalysis/microbiology students learn how to collect and interpret data
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We Love Our Librarian!

Erin Wescott is Top Notch! Globe University-Appleton’s Librarian, Erin, is a walking, talking, breathing example of our “We Care” philosophy here at Globe. She does a great job working with students, staff and faculty each day by going above and beyond in everything she does. Her work will touch the lives of many in our
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New Club Promotes Acceptance

A new club formed at the Madison East campus in early August and has been busy ever since.  G.L.O.  (Gay Lesbian Organization) was formed to promote acceptance of all people and to discourage bullying.  G.L.O. has had just one official meeting, but they have already organized a bake sale fundraiser and participated in their first
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Meet Charlie Buehler-Passionate for Education

Charlie Buehler posts a “Word of the Week” outside his office.  This week’s is: καλεω- which means to call by name.  It’s an Attic Greek word –the Greek spoken in Athens more than 2000 years ago. How does Buehler –-a Sioux City, Iowa native–know this language? He earned his undergrad in French and Religion from Augustana
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