Category Archives: Richfield Campus

Is Information Technology the Right Fit for Me?

Globe University-Woodbury Information Technology (IT) Program Chair, Tunji Akanbi, has been teaching IT with Globe for the past eight years. Prior to teaching, he worked as a web developer and is fluent in the following web development languages HTML 5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP & SQL. “I have always been fascinated by computers and how raw data
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How to Break into a Medical Coding and Billing Profession

As the population continues to age and the new coding rolls out for ICD-10, the need for medical coding and billing professionals is continuing to grow. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statics, employment of health information technicians is expected to grow 15 percent from 2014 to 2024, which is much faster than
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Actor’s Death Highlights Hope for a Cure for Alzheimer’s

Gene Wilder, one of the funniest actors of the 1970s, has recently passed away from Alzheimer’s disease. His death highlights the toll this disease takes on society’s best and brightest, slowly taking away their personality and ability to function, followed by taking their lives. In the NOVA PBS documentary Can Alzheimer’s Be Stopped?, journalist Greg O’Brien
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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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10 Key Qualities for IT

Working in IT allows you to play a key role in a business’s success, and while you’ll need plenty of technical know-how, there are some other skills that will help you out as well. Great Communication Skills: In IT, you need to be able to not only implement ideas and keep up with technology, but
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What is the Pinning Ceremony for Nursing Grads?

On a Friday in June, 25 students stood in front of their family, friends and instructors as they participated in the nursing pinning and candle lighting ceremony. This ceremony is a rite of passage for the bachelor of science in nursing degree as they exit the world of nursing education and into the role of a professional nurse.
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Minnesota School of Business – Richfield Makes Positive Impact in Local Community

Minnesota School of Business – Richfield campus spent community service day volunteering in the city of Bloomington cleaning their parks. For the past nine years, the Globe Education Network (GEN) has dedicated one day to closing each campus and sending the staff and faculty out to volunteer in their local communities. “I love community service
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Cord Blood Awareness Month

Did you know that a baby’s cord blood could save a life. Cord blood is the blood left in the placenta and umbilical cord after your baby is delivered and is rich in stem cells. Stem cells are immature cells from which blood cells and the immune system are formed. Every three minutes, someone is
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