Monthly Archives: January 2016

MSB – Rochester: Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Small class sizes, night classes and an easy-going atmosphere are just a few things that made Minnesota School of Business stand out from other colleges for Morgan Howard. Besides taking her best friend’s word that MSB-Rochester was an “excellent school”, Howard said she liked the fact that the school would work around her full-time job with
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MSB – Plymouth Sees Growing Number of Men in Massage Therapy

The Minnesota School of Business – Plymouth campus has seen a recent increase in the number of male massage therapy students. A little over one-third of our massage students are men. Many of these men are looking for careers that are the direct opposite from the types of jobs they have had in the past which include military,
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GU – Appleton Vet Tech Student Helps in Cat Hoarding Case

All too often, our newsfeeds are clogged with stories about animal hoarding situations. Whatever happens to those animals once they are rescued? One Globe University – Appleton vet tech student got to find out first hand. Veterinary technology student, Katie Toshner, works as the cat kennel manager at Fond du Lac Humane Society (FHS). The
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Fall 2015 Graduation Ceremony: an Inspiring Experience at GU-La Crosse

Globe University- La Crosse celebrated its fall graduates during a ceremony at Stoney Creek in Onalaska, Wisconsin, in December. The large hall was packed with family and friends. Many GU-La Crosse staff and faculty were also in attendance. In addition, Jeanne Herrmann, Chief Operating Officer for GEN, attended the ceremony. The graduate speaker was Christopher Anderson, who majored
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GU-Woodbury’s Alumni of the Quarter: David Spangler

A diverse hands-on background in electrical and mechanical design and manufacturing gave Alumni of the Quarter, mechanical engineering technology graduate, David Spangler, the edge to get the position he currently holds as a senior process engineer at Boston Scientific. Spangler started in a small medical company that was since acquired by Boston Scientific. According to
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MSB-Rochester Accounting Student Counts Job Offers Before Graduation

For Logan Everson, going back to school needed to fit his lifestyle and help him achieve his goals. He decided to go back to school to get his bachelor’s degree after changing his mind about his career path. Everson initially wanted to own a bar since his parents successfully ran once since 1997. He said as he
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