Monthly Archives: July 2012

And I Hear a Collective Groan

Group-work and Teamwork Why Do Teachers Assign It? Since I began teaching at Globe University-La Crosse in January of 2011, I have taught five different courses. In each and every one, I have incorporated some sort of teamwork based assignment or project. Why is this? My students often groan and whine, “But I would rather
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New Tools to Help People Enroll in Medicaid, CHIP and Exchanges

In a RWJF issues bried, a report prepared by Tricia Brooks (Georgetown University Health Policy Institute’s Center for Children and Families) and Jessica Kendall (Enroll America), identified that the federal government is providing states with unprecedented enhanced federal funding for systems development: fully funding exchange IT systems through exchange establishment grants and financing 90 percent
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Attend a Free Health Fitness Webinar!

“Fuel Up, Keep Up, Recover: Working with Endurance Athletes” When: Wednesday 8/1 at 10 AM CST or 2 PM CST (1 hour duration) Where:Wed 8/1 10 AM -11 AM CST: Wed 8/1 1 PM -2 PM CST: To view the hardware and software pre-requisites for Elluminate Live! please visit Who: All GEN/MSB students,
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Scholarship Opportunities – Don’t Miss Out!

Globe University believes that higher education should be accessible to those who want it. For this reason, we offer a number of opportunities to help students defray the costs of education. Contact Globe University-Appleton’s Director of Financial Aid for more information! Melissa Crabb, (920) 364-1114, High school scholarships and programs Director’s Academic Scholarship –
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Packer Backers Get Your Gatorade!

Students and Staff Volunteer at the Packer 5K through various capacities About 65 hours of volunteer service was provided through staffing the medical tent and food and water stations at the event. Eighteen students and staff spent their Saturday evening supporting the participants in the Packer 5K which had a great turnout.    

Stars and Stripes over Eau Claire

The star-spangled banner began waving over Globe University-Eau Claire on Wednesday, July 25, 2012.  The flag made its debut to sounds of  a bagpipe, buglers, and a firing squad as the Honor Guard of the American Legion made a presentation of the colors.  Over 50 students and staff were on hand to salute “Old Glory”.  Members of the American Legion were
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Online Division announces Community Service Scholarship Winners

Two students have been awarded the Community Service Scholarship for Early Fall Quarter.  Kayla Nelson, Minnesota School of Business Online student, and Mary Carman, Globe University Online student, were chosen because of both their strong academic records and outstanding community involvement. Congratulations to both Kayla and Mary!  If you are interested in learning more about
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