Monthly Archives: December 2011

Shopping with a Mission: Applied Learning in Business Communications

Shopping with a mission to learn was exactly what 16 students enrolled in GU-Wausau’s BS110 [Business Communication] did during Fall Quarter with Adjunct Business Faculty Phil Handrick.  Students evaluated the level of Customer Service of ten stores located within the Wausau Center Mall. The stores were rated using a Likert Rating Scale of 1 to
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Globe University Students Teach Importance of Proper Nutrition through Pictures

Preschool Aged Children and Medical Assistant Students Decide on Healthy Food Choices Patient Care Sciences I students at Globe University-Appleton learned valuable lessons in dealing with others in a professional setting while teaching the importance of nutrition to young children at Project Bridges, a NAEYC accredited, non-profit day care and preschool. Throughout the course of
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GU-Wausau partners with Plz…Give the Keys, brings message to GU-Wausau and local High School students

Keeping our roads safe, educating students and the public on Alcohol and Other Drug Awareness is a message the GU-Wausau Criminal Justice Program made a priority during Fall Quarter. And, not only did they deliver this message to the GU-Wausau campus, but patnered with Plz…Give the Keys and extended the message to local high school students. Criminal Justice Program Chair Colleen Handrick
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Embracing the “We Care” Spirit: GU Wausau rallies, provides for Campus at First Annual Globe-Style Garage Sale.

A line formed outside of Room 121 as students anxiously awaited the start of an amazing event.   Room 121 was transformed into a mini-shopping center at Globe University-Wausau. Career wear, housewares, clothing from size preemie newborn through Men’s XXL, shoes, and toys were organized and displayed for Globe University-Wausau’s students and staff to peruse and shop. 
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Eau Claire Campus Shows Community “We Care”

The students at Globe University Eau Claire Campus showed the community  “We Care” this past quarter.  The Eau Claire Campus had 18 Service-Learning Projects on campus and in the community.  The 157 students involved in Service-Learning Projects during Fall Quarter served a total of 717 hours. Many of these hours were spent serving non-profit organizations in the
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Vet Tech Students Assist a Spay Neuter Clinic on Wheels

Students spend day assisting veterinarians at Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program (MN SNAP) Globe University-Woodbury veterinary technology students traveled to MN SNAP to aid the veterinary staff in a variety of tasks. MN SNAP is a local spay neuter veterinary clinic on wheels delivering low-cost, high-quality spay and neuter surgeries for animals belonging to local
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And The Winner Is…

Winter Quarter was a big quarter for Globe University Sioux Falls. Students were very active on campus and off campus. We had over 100 students involved with service-learning projects in 17 different classes which totaled over 600 hours benefited the community. This was not the only thing happening throughout the quarter. We had various field
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Project 100: Medical Assistant Students Strive to Help Those in Need

Shampoo. Toothpaste. Deodorant. Combs.  These are very basic items to most of us, but for those without, they can mean a world of difference.  The Medical Assistant students at Madison East understand this need. Throughout the Fall 2011 quarter Globe University’s Medical Assistant Club, GU-MAC, collected sample size hygiene items for those in need. GU-MAC students set
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