Category Archives: Applied Learning

Globe University Students Learn Swedish Massage Technique

The summer quarter massage therapy  students at the Globe University-La Crosse Campus  learned their first massage therapy technique last month and put their skills to the test on outside clients on Aug. 30. This is the first time the students were able to practice on other individuals other than each other. Students treated the scenario
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Globe University Vet Tech Students Travel to Thailand to Work with Elephants

Two veterinary technology students from Globe University – Woodbury campus took their love for animals to a new level by traveling to Thailand to work with elephants. Haley Schommer and Shannon Vesledahl stumbled across a college veterinary service summer program called Loop Abroad. They did some research and decided to apply. Little did they know
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Vet Techs at Eau Claire Campus Host Spay and Neuter Day

The veterinary technology program at the Eau Claire campus is known for helping out. They are always giving of their time and efforts. Recently, the department came together to help out both the Rusk County Animal Shelter and Bob’s House for Dogs. Students and faculty volunteered their time and skills to offer spays, neuters and
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Eau Claire Massage Therapy Students Help Women Veterans

If you spend five minutes with the current massage therapy students at Globe University-Eau Claire you will be inspired. This is a group of caring and selfless individuals. They are constantly looking for ways to give back to the community and share the gift of massage. Recently, the students provided free massages to women veterans as
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MSB – Rochester Student Makes Impact with Service Learning Project

Service learning projects can be difficult to implement when the project is part of an online class. The project is often a one-person project and it’s sometimes hard to see the impact of one’s work. However, one student at Minnesota School of Business (MSB) -Rochester did see an immediate impact with her service learning project. “I
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Globe Vet Tech Students Work with Wolves at Red River Zoo

Don’t worry, Three Little Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood, the veterinarian technology students at Globe University-Moorhead have your back. In May of 2016, 11 Globe University –Moorhead veterinary technician students had the hands-on opportunity of a lifetime. They were able to assist in four neuters of four large adult male wolves. Over the last eight
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Medical Assistant Students Get Hands-on Learning Experience at GU-La Crosse

Students at Globe University  are often given the opportunity to take the knowledge they learn in their classes and apply it to real-world situations. Medical Assistant students in Darci Keenan’s CMA Review class at Globe University-La Crosse were given such an opportunity last term. The class conducted research, made homemade lip balm and bath soak, and shared their products and
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Globe University – Wausau Assists with Ink-a-Palooza Event

At Globe University, our mission consists of two simple, yet powerful words: We Care. We care about our employees, our students, and the communities we serve. We demonstrate We Care by preparing career-focused, community-minded graduates for the global workforce. The Angels of Miracles is a Wisconsin community-based organization that reaches out through multiple networks in
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La Crosse Vet Tech Students Hold Spay/Neuter Day for Shelter Animals

On Friday, June 3, 2016, Veterinary Technology students and instructors at Globe University-La Crosse teamed up to host a spay/neuter day for shelter animals. All of the campus veterinary technology instructors participated in the event, as well as 13 veterinary technology students. “It is definitely a Vet Tech Team event,” said Amy Stinson, the Veterinary Technology Program Chair.
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Globe University-Sioux Falls Project Management Students Propose Community Garden

Globe University – Sioux Falls project management students have an idea – what if our campus created a community garden that students work on as part of their applied learning requirements? And what if that garden was able to produce enough extra food to donate to students and their families, as well as local charities? That’s
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