Monthly Archives: October 2012

Globe University Students Help at Furry Flurry Event

Neenah Animal Shelter recently held their 8th Annual Furry Flurry event at Riverside Park in Neenah. As a longtime partner with Neenah Animal Shelter, Globe University-Appleton students in the veterinary technology program raised funds, placed microchips and trimmed nails during the fundraiser.They were able to educate the public as to why it is beneficial to
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Globe University Students Host Political Forum, Encourage Voting

Students from the Health Care Policy and Politics class at Globe University-Woodbury campus hosted a Political Candidate Forum with State Representative Sheldon Johnson (DFL) District: 67B, Representative Tim Mahoney (DFL) District: 67A, and Greg Clausen running for State Senator. The students asked questions regarding jobs, budget, education and healthcare. Each candidate spoke eagerly about the need
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Globe University Students Teach Kids Medical Terminology

Medical Assistant Students Partner with Girl Scouts to Learn Together What do children’s books and medical terminology have in common? Learning opportunities for youth and adults! Globe University-La Crosse instructor Stephanie Schultz created a service learning project in her Medical Terminology class to increase the retention of course knowledge and to provide a wonderful learning
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Globe University–Eau Claire Honored by Accrediting Council

  Globe University- Eau Claire  was recognized as an Honor Roll Institution by the Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).  As a result of their most recent evaluation, Globe University-Eau Claire has “demonstrated exemplary standards and a clear understanding of the ACICS Accreditation Criteria”. Globe University Chief Operating Officer, Jeanne Hermann, will accept the award
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Globe University Welcomes Kewaunee High School Future Business Leaders

Globe University-Green Bay welcomed the Kewaunee High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Club to campus last week for a morning of real-life business activities and a tour of the university. Globe University enjoys hosting high school field trips to the campus because it gives area high school students an opportunity to learn what
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Paralegal Graduate Makes A Name For Herself In Only 16 Minutes

In searching the internet for tasks that take approximately 16 minutes, several solutions appear that might occupy any given day, including downloading an app for an iPhone, preparing a healthy meal, or tidying up your desk. Although many of those tasks are necessary, it pales in comparison to how Lane Kowitz, a Minnesota School of Business-Moorhead paralegal
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Marc Tobin, DC: Globe University Massage and Medical Instructor

By Doug Murdock, Globe University-Sioux Falls Campus Librarian. As I said in an earlier blog post, our Globe University-Sioux Falls massage therapy program instructors are an interesting lot. I was reminded of this again recently, when I visited with another of our instructors, Dr. Marc Tobin. Dr. Marc had seen some of my other blog posts,
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Globe University Massage Therapy Students Paint the Mall Pink

by Tina Simunek, Massage Therapy Program Chair Globe University-Sioux Falls massage therapy students participated this year in the Paint the Mall Pink event to help support breast cancer awareness. The Empire Mall and the Avera McKennan Foundation sponsored the event. Globe University massage students Shane Kramer, Nicole Mills and Anne Burch helped to make this event a success! Paint
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Medical Assistant Students Sell Spuds for Breast Cancer Awareness

                  By Kerry Miller-Mouzon, Full Time Medical Assisting Faculty, Globe University – Wausau The Globe University-Wausau Medical Assistant Club came up with a “spud-tacular” idea to sell potatoes to raise funds for Breast Cancer Awareness. The medical assistant program students wanted to try their hands at a different fundraiser and took a chance that the “Spud Sale”
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Globe University-La Crosse Prepares for DECA

Globe’s “Small but Fierce” DECA Team Gears Up for First Competition of the 2012-2013 Academic Year DeAnn Perzel, business program chair and DECA adviser, shares a group update for the upcoming DECA activities at Globe University-La Crosse: Tim Miller, DECA chapter president from Globe University-La Crosse, will be competing individually in Sales Meeting Management at
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