Monthly Archives: April 2015

Globe University Offers Pet CPR Training and Partners with Project Breathe

There are no official statistics kept regarding how many pets die in house fires every year, but according to the Invisible Fence® Brand website, the estimated number is between 40,000 and 150,000. Globe University-Wausau Medical Professionals Club partnered with Invisible Fence to do something about that staggering estimate. Invisible Fence Brand started Project Breathe, a pet oxygen
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Minnesota School of Business Partners with Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge

The Comprehensive addiction and treatment recovery service, Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge’s Rochester location, partnered with Minnesota School of Business-Rochester to host one of our mental health technician extern students. Adult and Teen Challenge has been effectively serving teens and adults struggling with alcohol and drug addiction for over 25 years. Their five Minnesota campuses offer
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Resources for Women in Business

Female entrepreneurs are taking the leap and starting their own businesses at an unprecedented rate. Women are taking control of their own careers and futures. Starting and running your own business is a big undertaking and there is lots of help out there. If you are considering your own leap or have already started your
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Globe Students Get Behind-the-Scenes Look at Target’s Asset Protection

By Angie Norbeck, Business Management Program Chair Globe University-Minneapolis students in the Fraud Examination course got a glimpse into the world of retail fraud while visiting the downtown Minneapolis Target Store. Guided by the store’s asset protection team leader, Scott Harris, the students were taken behind the scenes of the inner city store to see
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Globe University Paralegal Program Chair’s Influence Goes Beyond the Classroom

Since joining Globe University-Green Bay as the paralegal program chair, attorney Laura Nelson has not only made a positive impact with her students but in the local community as well. Nelson received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her law degree from what is now Western Michigan University in 1995. After practicing
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11 Terrible Workplace Email Blunders

Although it’s been around for more than 20 years, we’re still learning the dos and don’ts of email etiquette. We’ve all received an email that – although silent save for the sound of a mouse click – screamed so loudly to our sense of common courtesy that we wanted to fire back with a combination
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Fireball! Fletcher Brings Passion Into the Internet Marketing Classroom

Marketing expert and professional speaker Terra Fletcher spoke with students in Nicole Virant’s Internet Marketing course, sharing her expertise on using employees as brand ambassadors. Students enjoyed her personal style which included getting to know each of them and tailoring her topic around some of the shared goals the students had. Turning employees into brand
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Globe University-Sioux Falls Campus Library Gets a Makeover

The Globe University-Sioux Falls library has changed its layout to better provide services to students and staff. Most libraries today, both public and academic, place the service desk in the middle of the library. This give the library a more contemporary feel and puts the librarian in the center of the activity. Students have said that the library
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Community Service Pays Off for Globe University Students

Congratulations to the Winter 2015 quarter Community Service Scholarship winners DeeAnna Moore and Charity Zeigler. Both of these women have been committed to community service for several years. For the second quarter in a row, Globe University-Appleton awarded the Community Service Scholarship to two recipients. The financial aid office received many worthy applications and applauds all students that
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Globe Student of the Quarter: Megan Lissner, Medical Assistant

The faculty of Globe University-Wausau is pleased to name Megan Lissner of the medical assistant program as the Winter 2015 student of the quarter. At Globe University-Wausau, the award recognizes hard work, attendance, attitude, professionalism and exemplification of Globe’s “We Care” philosophy. These qualities are a perfect description of Megan. “In the time that Megan Lissner
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