Monthly Archives: March 2016

How to Make the Most of Your Vet Tech Externship

It’s a stressful time. You’ve spent countless hours with your nose in books, practiced techniques in the classroom and aced your competencies. Now, you must prepare for what it’s like in the “real world” by going to your externship. Many students are intimated or nervous because it’ll be the first time their skills are put
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MSB – Rochester Massage Student: ‘Background Does Not Define Future’

For some, a better life doesn’t come easy. “Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence,” according to a quote from Colin Powell, an American statesman, and a retired four-star general in the United States Army. Dwan Gregg came from a family of six and lived on a Native
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MSB Nursing Alumni Making a Difference in the World

In January 2008, Nathan Pineault decided to advance his education and start on the journey to becoming a professional nurse. Nathan graduated in December of 2011 with his Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Recently, Nathan was able to take a few moments to catch up on what he has been doing since then. Nathan
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Think Twice Before Buying an Easter Pet

You might think Easter is the perfect time to buy a pet rabbit, chicken or duck for your family, however, you might want to think more about it first. First off, you should know that rabbits can live 8 to 12 years, almost as long as cats and dogs live. Rabbits can make great pets, but
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GU-La Crosse Vet Tech Students Educate Local Animal Shelter

Students in the vet tech program learn a range of skills on how to care for animals. On Feb. 28, 2016, five vet tech students from GU – La Crosse went to the Chasing Daylight Animal Shelter in Tomah, Wisconsin, to share the skills they have learned in class with the workers at the shelter. Amy Stinson, CVT, and
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Staff Member Hits 10 Year Milestone Helping Students with Financial Aid

For most college students, financial aid can be one of the most stressful aspects of starting college. However, that does not have to be the case for the students who qualify at Globe University & Minnesota School of Business. One of the many examples is a very seasoned and dedicated individual who helps make a difference at Minnesota
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Reaching Out to The Community: Soul Fest 2016

On Feb. 24, 2016, I had the opportunity to represent Globe University & Minnesota School of Business-Online at Soul Fest. This event was held in celebration of Black History & Culture at Washburn High School in Minneapolis. Soul Fest hosted a packed house for students and their families. There were more than 200 guests in
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GU-Green Bay Student of the Month Combines Passion for Science and Animals for Future Career

Congratulations to Nicole Schrimpf, Globe University-Green Bay’s March Student of the Month! Nicole is in the veterinary technology program, working towards a career where she can combine her interest in science and passion for working with animals. She was nominated for putting in her full effort towards her school work, doing very well in her
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