Monthly Archives: January 2015

Student Spotlight: Business Management Student Jessica Readel

We wanted to introduce you to one of our amazing business management students, Jessica Readel. Jessica came to us after graduating with an associate degree from our sister school, IPR. Her dream is to work in the music industry as a concert producer. As you read her blog, you can’t help but sense her passion and
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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Erica Esser, Globe University’s Resident Vet

Dr. Erica Esser has become a familiar face around campus. She has been the resident veterinarian with the veterinary technology program at the Globe University-Wausau campus since July 2014. In that time, she has become a valuable part of the campus community. Dr. Esser graciously took some time to speak with me this week so
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Student Spotlight: Meet Vet Tech Student Tristan Olson

We wanted to introduce you to one of our amazing vet tech program students. Learn why she decided to pursue a degree in veterinary technology and how she came to choose Globe University. Tristan Olson will share her student experience, and what better way to share it than in her own words: All through my life,
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Globe University-Wausau Students Volunteer at Special Olympics Wisconsin

By Katie Heisler, student ambassador and business administration student The Special Olympics Wisconsin Winter Games took place recently at Nine Mile Forest in Rib Mountain, Wisconsin. The Special Olympics competition is always an exciting event, but it was particularly special this year as it was cancelled the previous two years due to weather conditions. Athletes come
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Globe University-Wausau Helps Prepare Future Leaders with DECA

By student ambassador and business administration student Katie Heisler with Phil Handrick and Nora Craven DECA, or Distributive Education Clubs of America, is a not-for-profit association “that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.” DECA has chapters locally throughout the United States, and is
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Honors and Highest Honors Announced for Globe University

Accolades are in order to the 157 Globe University-Online students who have had exceptional academic performance to meet the recognition of Honors or Highest Honors for the Fall 2014 quarter. In order to receive Honors recognition, a student must achieve a quarterly grade point average of 3.5 or above. To achieve Highest Honors, a student
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68 Globe University Students Achieve Perfect Attendance for Fall Quarter

Congratulations to the 68 Globe University-Online students who have dedicated themselves to meeting perfect attendance during the Fall 2014 quarter. To meet perfect attendance while taking online courses is defined as meeting the discussion board deadlines and expectations each week. Perfect attendance takes dedication, and these students have shown that to reach this accomplishment. Congratulations!

Come One, Come All: Globe University Invites Students to Bring Friends and Family

As a college student, your friends and family members probably wonder what you’re up to while at school. Maybe you’ve tried to explain your classes to them, but wouldn’t it be easier to show them? Globe University offers students that opportunity. From February 16 through February 20, students are encouraged to bring a friend or
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Globe University’s Lisa Palermo Connects Campus and Commerce

Globe University-Woodbury Campus Director Lisa Palermo showcases Globe University’s “We Care” philosophy throughout the campus and the community. Since becoming the campus director, Lisa has had the opportunity to serve on the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors where she was nominated earlier this year to sit as the Chamber’s Second Vice Chair, which
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Two Students Decrease Their College Debt by $2,000: Community Service Pays

Many of the students at Globe University-Green Bay regularly volunteer within their communities. It is one way they tend to fit in well with our campus culture. They understand that providing service and spending time with family is important to their success and health. The challenge seems to be finding time to write an essay
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