Monthly Archives: October 2014

Do You Want to Transfer Schools? Read This First

Many years ago, transferring credits from one school to another was a fairly straightforward process. Today, with the increasing number of educational institutions offering credits and degrees—including various types of online colleges—the amount of transferrable credits has skyrocketed, making the process much more complicated. It’s not uncommon these days for students to attend several colleges
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‘WeCan’ Make a Difference: Globe University Teams with United Way

By Deborah Feldbruegge, student in the business program and Student Ambassador United Way’s WeCan sculpture-building event is an annual happening that takes place during CommUNITY Fest, which was recently held at Marathon Park in Wausau, Wis. Traditionally, the WeCan food drive on our campus is spearheaded by the student ambassadors. This year, the student ambassadors
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Summer Graduates Ready to Write Their Own Stories

Earlier in September, Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center held its quarterly graduation ceremony at The Minneapolis Boulevard to celebrate the achievement of its most recent graduates. Michelle Barsness, director of career services, welcomed everyone to the special event and then introduced the faculty members as they filed into the room. Tracey Stoeckel, medical assistant and medical administrative
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Ice Bucket Challenge for Heartland Farm Sanctuary

The Student Chapter of National Veterinary Technicians in America on Globe University’s Madison West campus recently held a fundraiser to raise donations to help cover the cost of a scale used to weigh small farm animals (pigs, llamas, goats, etc.). The scale will be donated to Heartland Farm Sanctuary to help the organization monitor its various animals.
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Globe University-Sioux Falls Prepares Students for ACT with PrepMe

Written by Charles Buehler, director of admissions Last fall, Globe University-Sioux Falls began offering the PrepMe ACT prep program to help high school students in the area. PrepMe is a diagnostic ACT prep program designed and run by Hobsons, an educational solutions company that operates nationwide. The program is designed to not teach students how to simply guess the
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First Globe University Doctor of Business Administration Graduates Honored

By Christine Storms, dean of education The hard work of Globe University’s first doctoral graduates was celebrated this September as Paul Bolen and Mona Gajjar became Globe University’s first ever Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) graduates. Chosen as one of the student speakers for the evening, Bolen shared what an incredible journey it had been,
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Cholesterol: Globe University Partners with La Crosse UPS Health Initiative

When you hear the word cholesterol, you probably think about the good kind (HDL) and the bad kind (LDL). Medical Assistant and Medical Administrative Assistant Program Chair, Jackie Lee, and medical assistant student Stacy Beardmore worked with UPS in La Crosse as part of the company’s wellness program. “The La Crosse UPS contacted me wanting to
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