Monthly Archives: December 2015

11 Child Safety Tips From a Retired FBI Special Agent

All it takes is a matter of seconds, and your child can be out of your sight and potentially in danger. Child safety is a real concern in today’s society, where distractions like your cell phone can cause serious consequences for little ones. We uncovered some tips to help keep your children safe from expert
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Leveraging LinkedIn: Making the Jump from Facebook

How many times have you logged on quickly to check something online and found yourself two hours later still glancing at friend’s wedding photos, irresistible pictures of little ones dressed up for an occasion, covered in cake or standing with their backpack for the first day of school?  Yes, you can get sucked into Facebook
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MSB- Plymouth Holds Food Drive for People and Pets

Students, faculty, and staff at the Minnesota School of Business – Plymouth campus participated in a food drive this December, but it wasn’t all for the recipients you’d think. The campus collected a wide variety of food for both people and pets. Donations were accepted for canned and non-perishable holiday food for Interfaith Outreach & Community
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Massage Therapy Alumnus Inspires Graduates at GU-Madison

What would you do if you were in your 20’s and your vision was rapidly deteriorating?  Now add to that the fact you have a wife and three small children. How are you going to support your family? This was the situation David VanSchyndel was faced with when he was honorably discharged from the United
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She’s here to Help! Meet the new Director of Career Services at GU – La Crosse!

Please help us welcome Alison Prodzinski as the new director of career services at Globe University La Crosse! Alison is no stranger to Globe University. Alison started working at the La Crosse campus as an adjunct instructor in July of 2015. Recently, Alison also took on the role as the La Crosse campus’ director of career services.
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GU-Appleton Graduate: Why a Non-Traditional College was Right for Me

This is a special time of year, and not only because of the holidays. At Globe University & Minnesota School of Business we are celebrating the graduation of approximately 360 students this winter quarter. Each has had their own unique journey full of challenges and successes that got them to this point. Jenni Eisch, a
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Hands-On Experience Helps Confirm GU-Wausau Student’s Career Goals

Globe University prides itself on instilling the value of volunteering in the community and the enrichment gained professionally and personally from these experiences.  Recently, Maria Petrowski, medical assistant student, gained confirmation that her chosen career field is the right one. “The time spent with the residents reaffirmed in me the passion to be in patient
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How to Reduce Stress During the Holidays

‘Tis the season for stress. Between finals, winter break with the kids and planning around those crazy holiday plans it gets difficult to remember to relax and actually enjoy this time of year. Therefore, Globe University – Woodbury Massage Therapy Program Chair, Denise Radcliffe compiled a list of effective massage methods to unwind during this festive
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MBA Grad Aids in Uniting Education for Girls in Liberia

Globe University-Minneapolis alumni, Nancy Lewis is using her education to help young girls a world away. Lewis, who graduated with her Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) with an emphasis in human resources, created a business plan for a non-profit agency in Liberia called Unite for Girls Education. It’s an agency providing mentoring programs for girls in elementary and middle
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