Monthly Archives: January 2013

Social Media Tips for Small Business

Internet Marketing students and graduates know that as more businesses move online, social media is playing a larger role in marketing and brand development. For many business owners, making the transition from traditional sales based marketing to social media can be a daunting. Social media is most effective when it is used to connect directly
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4 Reasons to Pay with Cash

Have you ever wondered how in the heck you receive coupons in the mail that are marketing you for the very items and brands that you always purchase?  It’s sometimes freaky that “Big Brother” knows what type of toilet paper you use or the kind of candy you love to devour before bedtime. The marketing
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3 Purposes of a Community Dinner

On a blustery winter evening, thoughts go to warm comfort food and a great place to enjoy that food. And what is better than enjoying that meal with good people? That is exactly what happened recently at Globe University in Moorhead. The Community Partner Dinner brought together huge pieces of cheese-smothered lasagna with more than
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Black History Month Beyond February?

Globe University recently celebrated the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., and starting this Friday, February 1, many students will begin to celebrate Black History Month. But are these events just another day off from work?  Are they events that only African-Americans should celebrate?  And as a people in the United States, have we “arrived?”
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3 Tips to ‘Check Out’ from our Campus Librarian

 Check out the information Maggie James, our Globe University-Eau Claire campus librarian, has put together for library users. Our library may be small but it contains a wealth of information waiting for you to discover on your educational path to your career.  Maggie is very knowledgeable about resources to help you in writing papers. She
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Wisconsin Works to Avoid Foreclosures

Contributed by Peggy Miller, Paralegal Program Chair, Globe University – Appleton The housing market has been a topic of interest for several years.  It has gone from the heights of growth and health to the bottom of the economic downturn.  We are just now starting to see signs of recovery, but there is still damage
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155 Globe University Students Earn Honors, Perfect Attendance

The list is out! One hundred fifty-five names appear on the list hanging in the Globe University-Eau Claire campus commons showing students that have achieved Honors, Highest Honors, and Perfect Attendance. Students can bask in the warm feeling that comes from the personal satisfaction of a job well done! Their names appear on a board
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Fun and Fundraising Results in $3,500 for Cancer Research

Globe University-Madison East Business Communication students, under the direction of super promoter and business instructor, Meredith Beckman, conducted a Holiday Fundraiser for Cancer.  The event, held at the Waunakee Village Center on December 13, raised an amazing $3,500 for Effcansah, a local Dane County Breast Cancer Foundation. This was a family event offering carnival games,
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On Track: This Criminal Justice Student is a Role Model

Mollie Kallas chose to enroll in the criminal justice degree program at Globe University-Madison East because she felt that it was the best way for her to help people.  She hopes to help them avoid getting into the criminal justice system by being proactive in the field and serving as a role model.  Mollie’s favorite
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