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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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Fall 2015 Graduation Ceremony: an Inspiring Experience at GU-La Crosse

Globe University- La Crosse celebrated its fall graduates during a ceremony at Stoney Creek in Onalaska, Wisconsin, in December. The large hall was packed with family and friends. Many GU-La Crosse staff and faculty were also in attendance. In addition, Jeanne Herrmann, Chief Operating Officer for GEN, attended the ceremony. The graduate speaker was Christopher Anderson, who majored
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Massage Therapy Alumnus Inspires Graduates at GU-Madison

What would you do if you were in your 20’s and your vision was rapidly deteriorating?  Now add to that the fact you have a wife and three small children. How are you going to support your family? This was the situation David VanSchyndel was faced with when he was honorably discharged from the United
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What’s Your CareerPath?

You’ve likely heard the term CareerPath by now. And if you haven’t, you will. It’s the new buzzword on campus. But what is it and what does it mean for you? The first thing you should know is CareerPath is much more than a buzzword. It’s a multifaceted approach to help Globe University & Minnesota
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Globe Graduate: Find Your Inner Superhero

Commencement speech of Patricia Behrendt, accounting graduate, Globe University – Wausau campus “Congratulations graduates! Today we are the superheroes of the story, donning gowns and mortar boards instead of a cape or disguise like Superman, but superheroes nonetheless. Embrace it, own it, and make it matter. The definition of a superhero is someone who uses their knowledge
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A Calculation for Success: Globe U Instructor’s Advice to Grads

Graduation is a time of celebration. It brings together students with their family and friends. Students sometimes miss out on time with those family and friends while they are dedicating themselves to their schoolwork. Recently, students from Globe University and Minnesota School of Business-Online were able to celebrate their success and dedication as a student! Student
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Every Path is Different: Winter 2015 Graduation

There are many rewarding and uplifting milestones throughout a student’s collegiate journey. Each is celebrated in its own way and represents individual success and being one step closer to completion. All of these milestones throughout a student’s education culminate with the most celebrated accomplishment of all: graduation. Recently, graduates of Globe University-Madison East and Globe University-Madison West
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Graduate/Employee Knows the Student Struggle and Rising Above Obstacles

Laurie Anne Caamal, admissions representative at Globe University’s Madison-West campus, may be a familiar face to most. But did you know she started out as a student herself? Her inspiring story of becoming a student and later working to help others with their dream of going back to school is quite amazing.  As the Madison-West graduate
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December 2014 Graduation: Just the Beginning

“Tonight, I will focus on beginnings,” said Laurie Anne Caamal, Globe University-Madison West graduate. Completing one part of the journey and starting a new journey—all in one night. Let’s celebrate our fall 2014 graduates! Joy, laughter and tears were spread throughout the audience. Hearing the obstacles that were overcome and the journeys that led them to becoming Globe
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Faculty Spotlight: Life Changing Lesson in Teaching

Not all instructors started out their careers knowing they would one day end up teaching, but for some, that shift was a natural transition. Take Globe University-La Crosse adjunct instructor, Andy Jandt, for example. “Teaching for me is life changing,” he said. From the first day of a class until his students leave with their
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