Monthly Archives: March 2014

Where is Spring? It’s in the Library

 Where is spring? It’s in the Library! This post was written by Globe University-La Crosse Campus Librarian Dana Wallace. Our Globe University-La Crosse library recently began a recurring series entitled “Artists on Display.” Each month we feature artwork from one of our Globe students. This month our featured artist is Beth Peterson. Spring in the
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4 Tips for Accounting Students to Get Their Resumes to the Top of the Pile

You’re an accounting student. You are from a small percentage of the population who understands the difference between cash and accrued expenses. You’ve spent the last few years studying and perfecting your accounting skills. Now that you’re about to graduate, you want to be sure that you have taken all the necessary steps to help you stand
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Gateway Corridor Could Open Doors to Globe University

“Transportation is the second highest expense per household,” says Lindsey Wollschlage, community liaison with the Gateway Corridor, a proposed public transportation project. During Globe University’s Lunch and Learn event at its corporate office in Woodbury on Friday, March 28, 2014, Wollschlager and Lyssa Leitner from Washington County explained how the proposed transit investments for the
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Globe’s Vet Tech Students Use Special Horses to Help Special People

The Globe University-Sioux Falls campus Equine class has developed a special relationship with HorsePower. HorsePower, formerly known as Handi-Riders, Inc., has served the Sioux Empire community for nearly 30 years. They believe in the connective power a horse can have on its riders. HorsePower is a designed therapy, which has proven to have amazing effects
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Hands-On Skills: Vital Experience for Vet Tech Students

Not all shelter pets are lucky enough to receive as much care and attention as the Small Animal Dentistry and Surgical Assisting class provides. Fortunately, Vet Tech Program Chair Amy Stinson works hard to bring vet tech students and local shelters together in a partnership she calls “a winning combination” for vet tech schools like
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Get Noticed Using the Hidden Job Market

You don’t have to wait for employers to come to you. Use the hidden job market to connect with influential professionals in your career field, build relationships and sell yourself as a valuable employee, without even seeing a job description or application. The hidden job market refers to positions that are filled either through unanticipated
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Dedicating a Decade to Helping Students

At Globe University, college admissions is more than filling out forms and writing checks. It is the first part of an exciting journey. The job of an admissions representative is to guide students and help them enjoy the experience to the fullest. Susan Thielen has dedicated the past 10 years as an admissions representative at
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Globe University-Wausau Partners with Liberty Income Tax

Recently, Andrea Palas, the director of admissions for the Globe University-Wausau campus, enjoyed meeting with representatives of Liberty Income Tax service in Wausau about the Business Alliance Partnerships available with Globe University, and how businesses can benefit by partnering with us. This meeting was suggested by a Globe University-Wausau criminal justice student Katie Syring who is also
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Vet Tech Students Unleash Their Creative Sides

Veterinary technology students taking pharmacology at Globe University-Appleton this quarter were put to a creative challenge. In order to better understand vaccines, instructor Amy Plach gave them a unique assignment. “The assignment was that each student needed to create a video on their topic that could be used to educate clients about their specific vaccine,”
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Accounting Students Volunteer Their Expertise to Habitat for Humanity

By Samuel Fisher, director of career services At Globe University-Eau Claire, there are two fundamental practices at the core of the university’s ideology. 1. Provide hands-on real world training to students to prepare them for their career. 2. Give back to the local community through service learning and volunteerism. Recently, Chippewa Valley Habitat for Humanity
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