Monthly Archives: August 2016

Staff, Faculty Show Students Appreciation During ‘The Great MSB Get-Together’

“This was the best student appreciation yet,” said one of the nursing students in response to this quarter’s Student Appreciation. Each quarter every campus hosts a student appreciation to illustrate how much the staff and faculty care and appreciate each and every student. This quarter, in honor The Minnesota State Fair, the Richfield campus decided to
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Health Care Jobs Expected to Grow at Fast Pace

As the health care field rapidly changes, it’s an exciting time for a career in health care management. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, health care jobs and industries are expected to have the fasted growth and add the most jobs between now and 2024. Change is being seen in how care is
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Globe University Massage Student Helps Treat Teen with Rare Disease

Fun and outgoing is how many people would describe 14-year-old Chris. Most teens only have the anticipation of entering high school, but not Chris. He is looking forward to both entering high school and his surgery to help correct a rare disease he has called Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI). OI is a genetic disorder characterized by
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Project Management: Little Details Make a Big Difference

Project management is one of the fastest growing areas in the business world today. By definition, it must not be something a company does as a normal part of their business; it must be a separate entity. Project management class is designed to show the student all aspects of how to plan, design and implement
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Earning More Money But Feel Like There Still Isn’t Enough?

Nine out of 10 Americans do not understand inflation. Inflation is a growth in the money supply. The Federal Reserve creates additional money, and it enters circulation. Since there is an increase in the number of dollars available, each dollar buys a little less. Think of it this way: you have a used car. It
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