Monthly Archives: February 2014

Globe University Students Host Polymet Mining Presentation

Globe University–Woodbury students got a chance to connect their education to a real world opportunity when Polymet Mining came to campus for a presentation. Business instructor, Tom Hakko, invited the company to come and speak to students about their mining proposal in the state of Minnesota. Executive Vice President for Environmental and Governmental Affairs, Brad
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Massage Students Offer a Healing Touch to a Very Special Population

Over five million incidences of domestic violence happen each year. Three women are murdered every day by significant others. Between 85-95 percent of domestic violence victims are women. Domestic violence occurs every nine seconds in the United States. These are pretty staggering statistics. Physical, verbal and sexual abuse is very real for those who work
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Interview Practice to Prepare for Profession

By Teresa Obinger, Director of Career Services One of the best professional courses a student at Globe University takes is Career Capstone, an 11-week course that offers students all the tools and resources to find employment in their career field. During their time as a student, career readiness activities are implemented throughout each program to
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Submitting Homework Assignments from Naval Ship in Sunny SoCal

Globe University-Online student, Taylor Lenzen, isn’t worried about getting sea sick while aboard the Navy ship she’s currently stationed on. Instead, the business administration student says she worries more about submitting her homework and discussion board assignments on time. In our second edition of our military students blog series, we had a chance to catch
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Much Needed Relief: Students Educate and Offer Massage to Pregnant Women

This quarter, students in the Pregnancy and Special Populations class focused on the pregnancy population for their service and applied learning project. Their project included researching everything about pregnancy massage and developing handouts for clients to take home to reference. Then during a class, the students presented their findings to a group of clients followed
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Saying Goodbye is the Hardest Part—Farewell to a Globe Gem

Transition and change is something that every organization goes through. Globe Universityis always looking to adjust and find new ways to better serve our students, staff and faculty. Sometimes, however, change is bittersweet. The Globe University-Sioux Falls campus knows this all too well. Two and a half years ago, we went through a major change:
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At the Capital: Globe Students Speak Out

“Education is in a state of transition,” said Senator Shelia Harsdorf at the Wisconsin Council for Independent Education (WCIE) Hill Day. Globe University-La Crosse graduates are helping lead that transition. Representing the voice of the university, graduates Courtney Newton and Michelle Hanson traveled to the Capital in Madison to share their stories with their legislators.
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