Tag Archives: Graduate Program

Minneapolis Rotary Club Welcomes Dr. Robert Kramarczuk

Each Friday afternoon, the Minneapolis chapter of the Rotary Club meets on the 50th floor of the IDS center. At a recent meeting, Dr. Robert Kramarczuk, Globe University-Minneapolis’ graduate program academic lead, was welcomed as a member and also as the featured presenter. Dr. Kramarczuk delivered an incredibly moving, candid story of how his family
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Students lay the groundwork for Peace House Africa benefit concert

In partnership with Peace House Africa, graduate students in the MG576 Applications of Project Management course laid the groundwork for a benefit concert by planning the main aspects of any event – starting with a broad timeline and working their way down to details such as venue, preliminary costs and marketing strategy. Peace House Africa
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Team Dynamics: Career Services and Business Program Chair Teaming Up to Enhance Corporate Alliances

Some things just happen naturally.  Sonja Simpson, Career Services Director for Globe University—IDS has been working hard over the past year in securing strong relationships between the downtown campus and local corporations.  Her efforts have fashioned Business Alliance Partnerships with the likes of Wells Fargo, TCF Bank, and Securitas.   At the same time, Tom
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Chicken Farming Offers Business Opportunity for Tanzanians

MBA students develop business proposal for Peace House Africa Alison Streiff and Joseph Russell, MBA students in Holly Tapper’s Politics of Leadership in a Global Economy at Globe University, developed a plan for a chicken farming business that could create a brighter future for children and families near Arusha, Tanzania. “The project was chosen because
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Aquaculture a Potential Source of Income, Nutrition, Career Skills

MBA students propose fish farming to benefit students at Peace House Secondary School in Africa Three students in Globe University’s master’s degree program proposed aquaculture as a way to create a brighter future for children in Tanzania. The MBA student team collaborated with Peace House Africa, a Minnesota-based nonprofit organization that strives to assist children
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Beekeeping Offers Promise and Hope to Tanzania Children

International team of MSB graduate students writes agribusiness proposal for Tanzanian school Four MBA students in Holly Tapper’s Politics of Leadership in a Global Economy class at Globe University proposed beekeeping as a way to create a brighter future for AIDS orphans near Arusha, Tanzania. The students, two in Minnesota and two in Slovakia, wrote
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