Monthly Archives: May 2014

114 Massages in 4 Hours: Massage Therapy Students Assist at Fargo Marathon

Fairly new to the massage therapy program program, Travis Peacock found himself face to face with a top athlete who was looking to him for relief. The athlete had just run 26.2 miles with 8,000 other runners from around the world. Looking over his shoulder, Travis saw a long line of sore, tired athletes waiting
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Giving Back One Cupcake at a Time: Applied Learning Project a Rewarding Hit

Recently, the commons at Globe University-Madison West was filled with delicious baked goods, snacks and refreshments available for purchase for anyone who needed to tame their sweet tooth. For many, the treats brightened their day. But for one student and her classmates, the bake sale served a more serious purpose: To honor the hospital staff
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Alumni Spotlight: 1970 Grad Kathy Rogers Visits Her Alma Mater

The Globe University-Moorhead staff was sitting at an awards banquet as part of the National Kidney Foundation Walk Volunteer Recognition event. Another volunteer stopped at the table and asked, “Are you from Minnesota School of Business (Globe University’s sister school)? I went there so I could have a career in business.” Of course our staff
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National DECA Competion: A Globe University Student’s Experience

The following blog is written by Ryan McDonald, a student at Globe University-Moorhead. This blog shares his experience of the National DECA Comptetition.  It was a long day of traveling when I landed in Washington, DC. We had gone from Fargo, North Dakota to Minneapolis to Washington, DC, and I was exhausted. Jet lag is
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Reduced Stress = Improved Health: Globe University Students Show the Community How

In a world where everything is moving so quickly, we sometimes forget to take the time to relax and de-stress. Taking time to relax is important for one’s overall health and well-being. The importance of self-care is a topic that healthcare organizations have been focusing on very strongly over the past few years—eating healthy and
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Globe University faculty member Robert Kramarczuk discusses CEO pay on WCCO Radio.

Globe University-Wausau Takes out the Trash For Community Service Day

Bottles and cans and diapers, oh my! These are just a few of the many items Globe University-Wausau faculty and staff removed from an area of roadway as they took part in Globe University’s annual Community Service Day. Over 1,500 employees participated throughout multiple cities and states within Globe University’s family of campuses, and the Wausau location
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Building Real Bridges During Community Service Day

We had over twenty-five staff and students participate in Globe University-Green Bay’s annual community service day at L. H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve. Each May, all Globe University campuses close so that staff and students can participate in giving back to their local communities. What does Community Service Day mean to you? “It means giving without
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