Monthly Archives: February 2015

Globe University-Sioux Falls Medical Assistant Students Volunteer at Go Red Event

February is American Heart Month, a time to raise awareness about heart health, especially in women. Globe University-Sioux Falls medical assistant students were eager to volunteer at the Go Red for Women event recently to support the cause. The event was held at the Sioux Falls Convention Center and featured members of the Sioux Falls community.
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Faculty Spotlight: Films in Society Instructor Joel Kopplin

Meet Globe University-La Crosse‘s new Films in Society instructor, Joel Kopplin. Joel is a huge film aficionado and published writer. Each week, the students are kept in suspense until the very last minute, never knowing what film they will see until Joel shows it in the classroom. This makes for some lively discussion and anticipation. The two times
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Globe University Massage Students Help Relieve Chronic Pain

“Suzette, I wanted to let you know that last evening and today is the first time since my cancer that I haven’t been in pain.”  This was the first sentence of a note that Suzette Plemel, massage therapy program chair of Globe University-Green Bay, found in her mailbox the day after her and two students, Amanda
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Feminism: What It Is and Why It Matters

Do you know what feminism means? If you Google it, or look it up in a dictionary, it is defined as “the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social and economic equality to men.” It’s a pretty straight-forward definition — women should have the same rights and opportunities as men to make their
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Massage Therapy Students Gain Hands-on Experience at Senior Center

The special populations massage therapy class at Globe University-Wausau is back out in the community this quarter, having recently visited the Stoney River Assisted Living center. This visit proved to be meaningful for both the students and clients alike. The first trip into the community for this class usually brings a sense of anxiousness from doing
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Globe University-Madison West Volunteers at Ronald McDonald House

Helping a sick child fight their illness takes a big emotional toll on a family. Adding a financial strain can make it all almost too much to bear. The Ronald McDonald House Charities helps address those problems, whether they involve housing that’s near a hospitalized child, the expense of staying together in another city, or
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Globe University-Madison West Students Volunteer at Local Senior Center

Through an applied learning project in Professional Communications I at Globe University-Madison West, four students were able to visit the Middleton Senior Citizen Center. After receiving a tour of the center, which was a repurposed old bank, we were able to sit down and talk with seniors who were knitting hats for babies and cancer
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Local High School Students ‘Solve A Crime’ at Globe University Legal Preview Day

Written by Josie Young, Globe University-Green Bay director of admissions Students from area high schools had the opportunity to “solve a crime” and participate in a mock trial at Globe University-Green Bay’s second annual Legal Preview Day. Students get firsthand experience and education in programs like paralegal, criminal justice and legal administrative assistant. The day consisted
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Student Spotlight: Lindburgh Neal, Exercise Science Program

Have you ever met a person whose passion you can feel when you are talking with them? I recently met that person. Lindburgh Neal is a current student at Globe University. Neal is also an Army veteran, father of two girls, husband, and a volunteer for his local church. Just those responsibilities would deter some
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