Monthly Archives: May 2015

Globe University and Minnesota School of Business Response to AERC Communication

Dear students: On May 28, 2015, the Animal Emergency and Referral Center of Minnesota (AERC) sent an email notification regarding changes we are considering to the academic delivery model at Globe University and Minnesota School of Business, specifically in regard to the proposed changes to our veterinary technology program. While we often solicit and receive
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Globe University-Wausau Walks For a Cause

Recently, the Student Ambassador group at the Globe University–Wausau campus chose to participate in the local multiple sclerosis awareness walk as their monthly project to provide campus community enrichment or community service. According to the National MS Society, multiple sclerosis affects more than 2.3 million people worldwide. This is an unpredictable and often debilitating disease of the
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Eau Claire AMVETS March to Raise Awareness of PTSD

Globe University graduate, Salvador Fuentes is passionate about raising awareness for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. A veteran himself, Sal is working to spread the word about the disorder. Salvador is one of nine participants who completed a 22-mile march this month to help raise awareness for PTSD and help support those veterans who are currently suffering. The
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Project Creates Position For Master’s Graduate

By: Angie Norbeck, Business Program Chair Globe University Minneapolis graduate, Afton Glander, took her final master’s project to the next level when a new position was created by her employer for her based on her presentation. Afton’s project included a review of patient appointments over the course of one year at a local orthopedic clinic, research
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GU-Appleton Students Make Dog Toys for Area Shelter

Globe University-Appleton’s Winter 2015 Global Citizenship class tested out their crafting skills while completing their Applied Learning Project for the Neenah Animal Shelter. The class made over 50 tie toys for dogs served by the organization. Globe University-Appleton’s veterinary technology program has been partnering with the shelter for several years.   Before beginning the project,
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iPad’s for Interviewing: Students Gain First-Hand Knowledge via FaceTime

Globe University-Woodbury campus economics class used FaceTime to interview Larry Montgomery who works in an oil rig in Williston, N.D. The students interviewed Montgomery about how the current economy is effecting the oil industry and how that impacts the oil workers and the surrounding area. “Interviewing Larry via FaceTime was not only a convenient method,
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