Monthly Archives: June 2012

Health Fitness Instructor Profile: David Walker

David Walker has taught in the Health Fitness Specialist program and the Massage program at the Globe University Middleton for three years. An athletic trainer, massage therapist, volleyball coach, personal trainer and veteran, David Walker is a perennial favorite in the classroom and equally popular in the weight room. David brings a wide variety of skills
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Brady’s Blog: Advice from the Community for the Campus with Coulee Humane Society!

Heather Schmid, Executive Director of the Coulee Region Humane Society, is a terrific partner to Globe University-La Crosse’s Veterinary Technician program. Q: Why is it important for students in a vet tech program to volunteer at humane societies and animal shelters? A: Experience is important for anyone pursuing a degree and eventually career! Specifically for
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The U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Obama Health Care Law: Justice Roberts Key Vote

By Brian Craig With a key vote by Chief Justice John Robert, the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act and the individual mandate under President Obama’s health care law. The court’s four liberal justices, Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor, joined Roberts in the majority
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Minnesota School of Business Staff Helps Out at United Way ‘Gobble It Up’ Lunch

Once a year, the United Way and Hornbacher’s stores team up for the ‘Gobble It Up’ lunch to raise money. The $5.00 meal includes a turkey sandwich, chips, ice cream, and a drink with all proceeds to benefit the United Way. For this event to be successful, volunteers are necessary at all six Hornbacher’s locations
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5 Reasons to Earn an Associates Degree

By: Chris Schmitz- Online Division Director of Admissions For many people getting a degree is necessary in order to have the type of career or lifestyle that they have always wanted.  However, many people struggle with choosing the appropriate degree that will help them meet their career goals.  In fact, out of the 68% of
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Globe Students Pay it Forward

Teaming up with Great Rivers 2-1-1 Part II After much hard work, Global Citizenship students presented their completed service-learning  projects to members of Great Rivers 2-1-1, on how they created awareness for the organization’s Runaway Bridge Program, an emergency youth shelter, that works to resolve issues and reunites youth with their families. Required by all students,
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US Supreme Court Watch – Obamacare survives

At 10:07 am EDT, the US Supreme Court released its opinion on the Affordable Care Act.  Over 800,000 people viewed the live blog from the SOCTUSblog. The journalists who heard the decision read call it complicated, but briefly, The Affordable Care Act, including its individual mandate that virtually all Americans buy health insurance, is constitutional.
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Be the Match Returns for Round Two

Students’ efforts in bone marrow drive leads to outstanding results Globe University-Woodbury students volunteer their time to promote and plan a second Be the Match® Bone Marrow Drive due to the remarkable outcome of the first Be the Match drive. Community partner, Kristine Reed, Be the Match account executive reached out to our campus to
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