Monthly Archives: October 2013

Authors Among Us: How These Students Got Published

We at Globe University-Green Bay have been asking three students for their autographs now that they are published in the “Creative Quill.” The Quill is an annual publication that features students’ literary and design works. The campus held a momentous gathering to honor the three students: Annette Bergevain, Megan Broeren and Tammi Wadeen. Suzanne McDonald,
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What It Takes To Be a Medical Assistant Student

In honor of Medical Assistant Week (Oct. 21-25), Globe University-Appleton wants you to be informed of what it takes to be a medical assistant student. We recently interviewed Kara Abbott, certified medical assistant and medical assistant program chair at our Appleton campus. Keep reading to learn what medical assistants do, what sort of person you have to be, experiences
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Bias Against Career Colleges Preventing Students from Having Hard Work Recognized

As a professional in the career college sector for 20+ years, I feel compelled to respond to recent media coverage regarding legal allegations against Globe University/Minnesota School of Business.  I graduated college with a liberal arts degree, deep in debt and ill-prepared for the workforce.  The constant that has remained true throughout my post-college life
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Students Working Hard to Achieve Honors

Another quarter has passed and it is time to acknowledge those students who have worked so hard to achieve honors and highest honors in the 2013 Summer Quarter. Congratulations to the students below who achieved this great honor. In order to stress the importance of academic performance, Globe University also awards academic honor recognition quarterly
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Architectural Drafting & Design Students Learn from These Industry Professionals

Building an educational program is a lot like building a strong high-rise. It all begins with designing a strong foundation that will allow the building to stand strong in the real world for years to come. Similarly, an educational program’s foundation begins with its instructors. NTI School of Technology/Globe University’s architectural drafting and design (ADD) program is
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First Comes Graduation, Then Comes…

Graduation is a time for students to celebrate one great achievement as they complete their college degree and begin working in the career field they love.  For one graduate, that night brought her one additional, very special surprise. After conferring of the diplomas and degrees, Rocky Klitzke, campus director at Globe University-Madison East, provided the closing
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October Veteran of the Month

Globe University and Minnesota School of Business, proudly partnering with WCCO radio, would like to honor Cortney Amundson as our October Veteran of the Month. Growing up on a farm in southern Minnesota, Cortney joined the United States Air Force her senior year of high school.  She served for four years, from 2003 – 2007. 
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What 1,600+ Servings of Food Has to Do with Globe University

Each year since Globe University opened in Wausau, the campus has participated in the United Way of Marathon County’s United We CAN event.  Various organizations throughout the area form teams to build sculptures out of canned or boxed food products that are later donated to area food pantries. The event has proven to be a popular
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How to Stay Motivated: 5 Tips from a Nontraditional College Student

A nontraditional college student shares her best motivation tips! Everyday life has its challenges. College students, especially many nontraditional students, have multiple responsibilities to manage in addition to their education. How can you stay motivated while you’re in college? Jessica Starr, a Globe University paralegal degree student, has five tips that inspire her and motivated her
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