Tag Archives: CAD

New Architectural Student Club on the Woodbury Campus

College students seek professional growth and personal enjoyment through collegiate club participation.  Globe University supports several career oriented student clubs and is excited to introduce the newest student club at the Woodbury Campus – the American Institute of Building Designers! Every student in the Architectural Drafting and Design program at Globe University is eligible to
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Engineering and Architectural Programs Featured at Minnesota’s Premiere Technology Conference

NTI School of Technology Globe University attended the Minnesota Technology and Engineering Educators Association (MTEEA) 34th Annual Fall Conference as a featured vendor sharing information on Architectural Drafting & Design, Engineering Drafting & Design and our new Mechanical Engineering Technology programs. MTEEA is an association that supports technology education through leadership, continued education, advocacy for
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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: a Drafting Degree is Worth Much More!

When I tell people that we teach drafting and design at NTI School of Technology (Globe University), sometimes I get a blank look, then a question like “They still do that?”  or a comment like “My grandfather did drafting”.  The other day somebody asked me to define drafting and explain how it is still used
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NEW ARCHITECTURE STUDENT CHAPTER ON THE WOODBURY CAMPUS

This past week I had the opportunity to speak with Steve Mickley, Executive Director of the American Institute of Building Designers (AIBD).  The AIBD is an organization in which I’m proud to be an Educator Member.  On the conference call was Ron Ressler with Ressler Designs and David Pillsbury with Keesee & Associates. The purpose of our conference
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Mr. Architecture or is it Mr. Geissinger?

In life you will have many influential individual who have a significant impact in your life. For me this individual is Mr. Glenn Geissinger.  Mr. G, as his students have always referred to him as, is a talented educator of all things architectural, dedicated husband, talented master gardeners assistant, caring father, devout Christian and compassionate counselor, is RETIRING
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Architecture and Environmental Literature

Concern for our planet with regards to our increase in population coupled with declining natural resources is on the rise. Architecture once again has taken the forefront in rethinking urban and architectural design with sustainability in mind. The Architectural Drafting and Design program at Globe University is no different! Green building technology and LEED (Leadership
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Vikings Stadium Architecture?

Architecture is always subject to personal opinion.  While some may say that the newly purposed Vikings Stadium is a monstrous addition to the downtown Minneapolis skyline, others may say it speaks clearly to the glory of modern architecture. Great pride in civic architecture also brings with it great pain-financial crisis.  Yes…financial crisis! Although it takes close to
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