Monthly Archives: November 2015

Medical Assistant Students Fight Cold and Flu Season

As the temperature drops, coughs and sneezes can be heard when you are out and about.  Not only is this time of the year cold, but you can see people with colds walking freely. To help minimize the spread of germs and educate the public, the medical assistant students in the Patient Care Sciences 1 class
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MSB Lakeville Students Learn the Value and Power of Networking

Students in Mary Meisner’s Career Capstone class have the opportunity to attend a networking event and learn firsthand the value in making professional connections.  Recently, Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville student Abigail Flodin attended a networking event and made exciting career connections.  The networking event, called Master Networks, is a weekly event held at the Lakeville
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Graduate’s Final Project Turns into Reality in Liberia

Alvin Kanneh, a graduate from Globe University’s Master of Science in Management – information technology program, (MSM-IT) is putting his final project to use by opening a business in Liberia to support individuals who are blind, called Information Experience (iX). “Throughout Alvin’s final quarter he embraced the business project assignment by applying it to an
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Around the Globe: Get to Know Classmate Katilee Zenter

Name: Katilee Zentner Nickname: Katie Program: Medical Assistant (diploma) Expected Graduation date: March 2016 Why did you choose Globe University? I chose Globe University because I was very attracted to the small atmosphere and being able to have so much hands-on practice. What do you do to stay motivated? I remind myself that failure is
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They’re not Kidding Around! Vet Tech Students get hands-on Experience at Local Goat Farm

Globe University La Crosse students from the Vet Tech club SCNAVTA recently went on a field trip to help out at the Proksch/Hass Goat Farm in Genoa, WI. While at the farm, students assisted by cleaning pens and prepping them for new baby goats, moving baby goats into pens, bottle feeding baby goats, as well as observing and
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Globe University-Sioux Falls Students Participate in Drug & Alcohol Prevention Event

Globe University has a long tradition of supporting a drug and alcohol free environment on their campuses. Staff members at Globe University-Sioux Falls are eager to help students by providing resources around the community. It’s not every day we are able to discuss these issues with students, which is why a drug and alcohol awareness
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AVID Program Manager Visits Brooklyn Center Campus

The Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center campus was excited and proud to welcome AVID program manager Jonathan Grant Brown back to campus recently. Brown has worked with the campus for three years and has visited several times to train faculty and staff and to speak with students. Minnesota School of Business is one of three AVID for Higher
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Entries Now Being Accepted in the 10th Annual Creative Quill

Happy 10th Anniversary to the Creative Quill!  Why is this exciting, you ask? The Creative Quill is a literary journal that was first published in 2005. Its origins were from assignments in a Creative Writing class taught by Anna Martignacco at the Minnesota School of Business- Richfield campus.  It was such a hit that the
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How to Get The “College Experience” as an Online Student

You’ve signed up to take classes at Globe University Online College because the classes are convenient and flexible. You can earn your degree and still work. However, you feel like you’re missing that college experience of being on campus. How can you maintain a job, keep up with your classes, have a social life and
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