Monthly Archives: April 2014

Globe University-Sioux Falls Goes Purple

Being a military-friendly campus goes well beyond providing services and benefits to military students. The Globe University-Sioux Falls campus recently supported “Purple Up Day” to benefit the children of military families. South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has declared April the Month of the Military Child in support of the nearly 7,400 children that are part
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Learn Something New to Get Ahead

Today’s job market is fast-paced and competitive, and it can be easy to get left behind if you have old skills or outdated industry practices. Sharpen your skills or learn something new through additional education or training, and you will be steps ahead of your competition. Stay Relevant It’s important to update your professional skills
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Medical Assistant Students Learn How to Assist those with Special Needs

As a medical assistant, it is important to understand the needs of all patients in order to provide the best possible care. Globe University-Eau Claire’s Medical Assistant Program Chair Gretchen Johnson believes in this whole heartedly. As part of the program, Gretchen encourages the students to get out in the community and take advantage of
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National Library Week Takes Over Wausau Campus,Titanic Style!

Recently, libraries all over the United States celebrated National Library Week. National Library Week (NLW) is an annual observance that celebrates the contributions of libraries and library workers and promotes the use of the resources of the nation’s libraries. At Globe University–Wausau, the library offers many resources for our students, staff and faculty, and we celebrated
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One Medical Assistant Student Takes Applied Learning to the Next Level

Applied learning. Service learning. These are phrases we often use at Globe University, but rarely are the concepts exercised with such consciousness and compassion as one Globe-Sioux Falls medical assistant student, Elizabeth Enderson. Enderson, along with several other medical assistant students and program chair, made a stop on her campaign to educate those around her about
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Something to Shout About: 5 Medical Assistant Program Graduates Land Jobs

Placement: that’s the ultimate goal for all our students at Globe University-Madison West. There is nothing more exciting than to discover that a graduate has landed a job in their focused career field. Our campus’s medical assistant program recently celebrated one amazing achievement that’s brag worthy—all of the Winter 2014 graduates have landed jobs in
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Medical Assistant Students Hold Blood Typing Event

What’s your blood type, and why does it even matter?  The Certified Medical Assistant Review class visited Onalaska Luther High School recently to show sophomore biology students the answer to that question. The medical assistant (MA) students were accompanied and supervised by hematology instructor Pearl Havlick and Medical Assistant Program Chair Jackie Lee. Jackie Lee described
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