Monthly Archives: September 2012

Cooling off with Canines – Students Educate Public on Animal Dental Care at “Drool in the Pool”

Globe University-Appleton students of the Veterinary Technology program took to the pool to educate dog owners on animal dental care as part of an applied learning project. The Application of Clinical Skills class students prepared signs and pamphlets to distribute to attendees of “Drool in the Pool” at Neenah Pool. As one of Neenah Animal
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CampusConnect Welcomes the Apps Tab!

Have you ever needed access to a document that you saved on a different computer? Wanted to quickly edit a project from your tablet or mobile device? Maybe you just don’t want to purchase the new version of Microsoft programs for school? Well worry no more! The Applications or Apps Tab has come to CampusConnect!
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Netiquette: How to Improve Online Communication in 5 Easy Tips

Follow Clinton Kanieski, Information Technology Program Chair with Globe University-La Crosse, as he shares simple tips for all computer users! In today’s business world, several forms of communication exist.  It is now possible to deliver email to thousands of people in seconds. Unfortunately, many of us have had the misfortune of sending an email only
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Why I Chose Globe University

As we near the Early Fall 2012 graduation ceremony, another graduate tells us just why she decided to attend Globe University. Through her hard work and dedication to learning, Jessica Behling will join 16 other graduates on Thursday to walk across the stage at graduation – and continue on a journey to success. After graduation,
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Daughters of the American Revolution Recognize Globe University President Terry Myhre for Service to Veterans

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) September 25, 2012 Globe University announced today that its president, Terry Myhre, has been recognized by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) for his commitment to providing education to United States service members. The recognition came from the St. Croix-Chequamegan Chapter, NSDAR. Chapter member Jolene Gutting presented the award
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Reference Resources Knowledge is Power

Become a Flash Card Fanatic! I don’t know about you, but I’ve always found that if I have to memorize lots and lots of repetitive, and dare I say dull, information (think Russian vocabulary words) I like to make flash cards. With a set of good flash cards, a friend, a pizza and a whole
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Business Administration Students Advocate for State Street Families

  The essence of advocacy is to lend a voice to someone or a group that cannot speaker for them. Students in the Business Administration program at Globe University-Madison West decided to lend support to the homeless of Madison, specifically by working with State Street Families.     State Street Families, a grassroots outreach charity, sets out
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Vet Techs and Goats: A Student’s Story of Hands-On Volunteering

Check out this story from Globe University student Diana Ornes. Diana, along with other students in the vet tech program, recently volunteered at a local goat farm to give back, build their hands-on skills with production animals, and have fun together! On Sunday, September 23 the vet tech students went to volunteer at a milking
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