Monthly Archives: February 2016

MSB – Rochester Practices Dalai Lama’s Message in Health Care Teachings

The Dalai Lama made a special presentation in Rochester on Monday, Feb. 29, at Mayo Clinic, where he has been receiving treatment for a prostate condition. During a private address, the famous Tibetan Buddhist talked with staff about valuing education and compassion in health care. It is something Minnesota School of Business – Rochester stresses
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2016 Health Care Management Outlook

As the health care field continues to grow, there is an ever-pressing need to fill positions in both the practitioner and administration roles.  According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the projected growth in 2016 is 16 percent when compared to 2015.  Business management skills are among the most highly sought after abilities
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Speakers Help GU Graduate Students Develop New “Life Hacks”

Globe University-Minneapolis campus hosted two guest speakers on the topics of financial investment decision making and emotional intelligence, for Globe’s Saturday graduate classes. John Degelmann, CIMA, spoke on the self-discovery of financial investing, the challenges in legislation impacting the financial industry, and how to effectively make personal and business financial decisions. “I had a great
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Alumni Spotlight: Globe Graduates Journey Comes Full Circle

Have you ever started something knowing exactly where you wanted to end up? For Globe University graduate Angie Simpson this was the case. In 2012, Angie started her journey with Globe University’s business administration program. From the very beginning, she felt Globe was special and knew after she graduated she wanted to part of other
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GU Criminal Justice Chair: Fight to Wear Pasta Strainer in Driver’s License Photo is Important First Ammendment Issue

A Madison man’s fight to wear a pasta strainer on his head for his driver’s license photo is an important one for the First Amendment, according to Executive Criminal Justice Program Chair Wayne Strong from Globe University – Madison East. Michael Schumacher’s desire to wear the colander on his head for the photo received criticism from
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Medical Assistant Students Conduct Five Year Well Checks on Real Life 5-Year-Olds!

In the medical assistant program at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine, students often practice their skills on each other, as well members of the community. For the first time, the students in the advanced patient care class with Dawn Bunn, CMA, and MSB-Blaine medical assistant program chair, practiced their skills on real life 5-year-olds. “We are
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MSB Lakeville Staff Spotlight: Jennifer Benson

Jennifer Benson is one of the full-time veterinary technology instructors at the Minnesota School of Business (MSB) – Lakeville Campus. She brings a plethora of professional experience from working in the field to her classroom teaching.  Having graduated from Argosy University in 2008, Jennifer worked in a variety of fast-paced small animal hospitals as well
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Get to Know Globe University Business Program Chair Tom Hakko

Globe University’s Business Program Chair Thomas (Tom) Hakko is known as a motivated professional who is recognized for excellence in both the classroom and online teaching formats, creating course curriculum, and updating class content and syllabi. “Tom is an asset to the campus and to the business program”, Dean of Education, Kelley Aliffi, said. “His
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9 Ways to Get Your Kids Active During Winter

For parents, the winter months can wreak havoc on your patience. It is no easy task being cooped up with children 24/7. With the kids bouncing off the walls and not always the option to say “just go outside”, we caught up with Globe University exercise science instructor and personal trainer, Jill Jenks. She shares
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