Monthly Archives: March 2012

Dane County Humane Society Gets a Helping Hand!

Globe University-Madison West Students in the Application of Veterinary Clinical Skills class dedicated two Fridays performing dental cleanings for cats at the Dane County Humane Society. The students were able to provide six cats with freshly clean healthy teeth. The Vet Tech students were responsible for monitoring the patients under anesthesia, performing dental prophylaxis which
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Brady’s Blog: Advice from the Community for the Campus with Wafer Food Pantry!

Brady’s Blog with Wafer! Follow Brady Lowe, Communications and Community Relations with Globe University-La Crosse, as he collects advice from Globe’s community partners to share with students! Heidi Blanke, Executive Director for Wafer Food Pantry, has been a partner in Globe University service learning projects and provided volunteering opportunities for staff and students. Recently, Brady
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Fear of Public Speaking: Conquered!

Having to present a prepared speech is frightening enough, but imagine having no idea what the topic of a speech will be until moments before you compete! That’s one thing that Toastmasters International trains and helps people tackle and overcome; fear of public speaking. Daniel Will, a student at Globe University Minneapolis and  a member of the
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Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On The Affordable Care Act/Employer Provided Health Insurance May Be Discontinued

The future of health insurance provided by employers may be discontinued regardless of the result of the Supreme Court decision, which may be released early this summer. Large influential corporations do not want the Affordable Care Act (ACA) struck down by the court. Large corporations, primarily those that are self-insured, are preparing to drop health
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Learning, Networking, and Providing Service to the Legal Community

Globe Paralegal Students Coordinate a Learning Session for Legal Professionals Becky Meyer, Paralegal Instructor at Globe University-La Crosse, coordinated a service learning project to enhance the understanding of ethical issues surrounding the paralegal profession while providing support and resource information to professionals in the La Crosse area. “While studying ethics in the legal field, students
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Teddy Bear Care Clinic is Open for Business

Medical Assistant Students Host Clinic to Ease Young Children’s Fear of Doctors Medical Assistant students in the Introduction to Clinical Skills course at Globe University-Appleton know that most children are often afraid of visits to the doctor. They decided to help ease some of these scary thoughts by hosting a “teddy bear clinic” that would
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Students Try Their Hand at Drafting Sample Legal Contracts

The students in the Globe University-Minneapolis Campus’ Contracts class have a lot to be proud of.  In the spirit of service learning, four students; Tania, Alexander, Dawn and Henry, utilized what they learned over the quarter by creating sample legal contracts for The Hughes Foundation,Inc.,  a local non-profit organization. Mr. Jerry Hughes, Founder and Executive
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Massage Therapy Student Featured on WDAY-TV 6 News For Work With ‘Jeremiah Program’

Massage therapy student Brittany Wendt just completed her first quarter at the Minnesota School of Business in Moorhead and trying to manage classes and her one-year old son, Maddox, isn’t easy. Recently, Wendt became involved with the ‘Jeremiah Program’ to help her achieve her goals, while trying to raise her son. This program’s model is uniquely designed to
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Brady’s Blog: Advice from the Community for the Campus with Gundersen Lutheran!

Brady’s Blog with Gundersen Lutheran Healthcare! Brady Lowe Follow Brady Lowe, Communications and Community Relations with Globe University-La Crosse, as he collects advice from Globe’s community partners to share with students! Brady Lowe Ann Wales, Human Resource Program Consultant for Gundersen Lutheran, has been a terrific guest speaker in Brady’s business classes and is very
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Accounting Assets – Wacky Tax Deductions

WACKY TAX DEDUCTIONS The Minnesota society of CPAs recently listed some of the most outrageous tax deductions their clients had suggested. Here are a few. You can see them all at http://www.accountingtoday.com/gallery/Wackiest-Outrageous-Tax-Deductions-61797-1.html Deceased Hunting Dog One client wanted to depreciate a dead dog. He was a hunting guide. 2. An Expensive Bra – The client
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