Monthly Archives: April 2013

Homeless Issues Addressed by Globe Students Through Service-Learning

Service-Learning Brings Awareness of Needs: Homelessness and food insecurity are common problems in communities across the nation and throughout the world. It is easier to look the other way and not confront the issues until you realize that they are also a common problem in your own community. Sharri Olsen, a student in the Accounting
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Doug’s Top 5 Search Engines

Imagine this; you’ve been working on an assignment for weeks. You researched it wonderfully, getting lots of information from the Globe Library Internet site, used lots of the Globe University Databases, and “Googled” your brains out. Then you found out that someone ran rings around you research-wise! How did they do it? How did they
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Top Sales Tips that will Boost Your Life and Business

Regardless of our profession, we are selling something.  Sales are a part of our lives and professions and often times the person with the most sales wins! Recently, Globe University in Minneapolis was grateful to have the President from the Minnesota Sales Institute, Scott Plum, speak to business professionals during the Lunch-and-Learn hosted by the
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Medical Assistant Students Screen over 200 at Risk for Kidney Disease

This past Thursday, 17 Globe University Medical Assistant students participated in the National Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Early Evaluation Program (KEEP) in Sioux Falls as part of an applied learning project. KEEP is a free health screening program that is offered to people who are at high risk of developing kidney disease.  The people encouraged to participate
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Volunteerism Turns to Passion: Nicole Helps Raise Funds for Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder affects 1 in every 88 children and is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the United States according to Autism Speaks, an Autism Awareness Organization.  These statistics, along with personal relationships with children living with Autism sparked a desire to help in Globe University – Wausau Massage Therapy student, Nicole Kassien. Nicole
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Production Animal Class goes “Down on the Farm”

Wisconsin is known as the Dairyland. So it was only fitting that Globe University Veterinary Technology Instructor, Kevin Berry CVT, took his VT270 Production Animals class to a local dairy farm to learn about cow anatomy, milk production, milk handling, feed storage, calf raising, cow comfort, and costs of production.  Having the hands-on experience helps
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Top 10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a College Degree

Going back to school has a bittersweet ring to it for most people.  While it’s exciting to start this new journey to finding a dream career, the unknown of new systems, technologies, and time management may spark some trepidation. For this reason, the Globe University-Woodbury admissions team proactively works toward easing those nerves by providing
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