Monthly Archives: April 2016

Support at Globe University Stands Out for Marine Corps Veteran

After serving in the Marine Corps and nearing the end of his term, Johnathon Michler got into an accident and broke his leg. His recovery took him awhile and during his physical therapy, he got to know the people who worked with him. From there, he decided working with people and fitness was something he
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Minneapolis Campus Adds New Graduate Program Associate Administrator

To support the continued growth of the graduate programs at Globe University – Minneapolis, Adam Spees J.D., has taken on a new position as Graduate Program Associate Administrator. Adam isn’t new to supporting students to achieve their academic and career goals.  Over the past six years with Globe, he has held a variety of positions including paralegal program
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Meet Madison East’s New Associate Campus Director

Globe University-Madison East has a new smiling face around campus. Ashley Tanner recently took over as the associate campus director. However, Ashley is not new to Globe University or the higher education industry. Ashley has over a decade of experience in higher education and most recently worked at the Globe University-Madison West campus as the
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Meet the Admissions Staff at Minnesota School of Business – Blaine

We have a unique bunch in our admissions department at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine, and they have one very important thing in common… they care about student success. Shaun Lis: “If my background in sports has taught me anything, it’s the importance of setting goals and working as a team to achieve them. I believe
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Get Educated About Autism Disorders

April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder that causes difficulties with social communication and interaction and restrictive and repetitive patterns of behavior. Autism is not a single medical condition. In 2013, autism disorders such as Asperger syndrome, classic autism, childhood disintegrative disorder and pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified were grouped together under
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5 Ways to Succeed at Minnesota School of Business

Minnesota School of Business – Richfield (MSB-Richfield) features an excellent and caring staff and experienced faculty. Below are five ways to utilize the campuses resources to be the most successful student and future alumni as possible. “I am proud of each member of my staff and how they help our students. It is my hope that
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GU – Sioux Falls Student of the Quarter Nicholas Privett, Business Management

Globe University – Sioux Falls is proud to announce our Winter Student of the Quarter is Nicholas Privett, from the Business Management program. Nicholas is a member of DECA on campus and has helped with many fundraisers and events for the organization. Nicholas was recommended for Student of the Quarter by his program chair, Angela Livingston. “He
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Globe University Grad says Support Led to His College Success

For many people, the family is often defined as a mom, brother or cousin. Often, though, there are others that you may consider family. These are individuals who have supported you while you have gone through a journey. For recent graduate Alec Fischer, he considers Globe University online staff and faculty to be part of his
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