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 chair, network curriculum development and textbook review committee member, and contributor to student-centered innovations, including applied and service learning. Adam is also one of the most active members of the faculty teaching doctoral level classes.
“I’m excited,” Adam said, “to get even more involved with students on the academic operations side of their program.”
Regardless of his position or title, whether he is instructing on campus or contributing to administration of the programs, Adam’s focus is always on developing strategies to engage students as a way to motivate them to overcome the challenges of being a graduate student.
Adam holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota and a Juris Doctor from the William Mitchell College of Law and continues to raise the bar in Minneapolis with his dedication to excellence.