Monthly Archives: October 2015

Instructor Spotlight: Get to Know Kari Laumb

Want to know more about one of your veterinary technology instructors? Here’s your chance! Kari Laumb has been a veterinary technology instructor at Globe University La Crosse since 2011. In addition to her role as an instructor at Globe, she also helps out with SCNAVTA and takes massage therapy classes at Globe. “I wanted to take massage
Read More

Medical Assistant Student Finds Success in Her Externship

Globe University-Appleton’s medical assistant student Santrelle Thompson says she chose the school and the program because of the small class sizes and hands-on experience. Now in her last quarter, she is doing an externship at Aurora Family Practice in Oshkosh. She also just recently accepted a position as a medical assistant at Catalpa Health in Appleton, a
Read More

Globe University Student Honored at Dare to Dream Event

Globe University-Minneapolis criminal justice student, Jacy Brown honored at this year’s Urban Venture Dare to Dream event where she was able to share her story. Urban Ventures Dare to Dream is an annual fall event that illustrates how hope is powerful and celebrates stories like Jacy’s. According to Urban Ventures, when you have hope, you
Read More

Medical Assistant Students Tour Local Radiation and Oncology Center

Pink ribbons, pink shirts, pink hair, even NFL players in pink. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month which means you have probably noticed a lot of people wearing pink to help raise awareness of breast cancer. Most of us know someone who has been affected by cancer. Whether this person is a family member, a
Read More

Campus Director Travels to D.C. for the Gateway Corridor

Campus Director, Lisa Palermo from the Globe University-Woodbury campus traveled to Washington D.C. with The Gateway Corridor Commission to represent the campus and to connect with the federal-level partners and urge their continued support for the corridor. The Gateway Corridor is a proposed bus rapid transit line that would operate in an exclusive lane between
Read More

MSB-Blaine SCNAVTA Group Assists at RAGOM’s Goldzilla Event in Their 40th Year

On Sunday, September 13, members of the SCNAVTA (Student Chapter of National Veterinary Technicians in America) group at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine participated in RAGOM’s (Retrieve a Golden of Minnesota) Goldzilla event. Under the supervision of Kelly Noyes, CVT, SCNAVTA Advisor, and veterinary technology program instructor, SCNAVTA students Brittany Rivera, Ashlie Kerr, Kelly Xiong, Melanie
Read More

Globe University – Wausau Students Enjoy More Community Involvement

The Wausau area offers many wonderful family events throughout the summer and fall. One of these great events is the popular Rib and Balloon Fest. Thousands of people arrive at the local airport to watch the light show, enjoy amazing food, visit gift and food vendors, and of course, check out the many colorful hot-air balloons. This
Read More