Tag Archives: Madison

GU Criminal Justice Chair: Fight to Wear Pasta Strainer in Driver’s License Photo is Important First Ammendment Issue

A Madison man’s fight to wear a pasta strainer on his head for his driver’s license photo is an important one for the First Amendment, according to Executive Criminal Justice Program Chair Wayne Strong from Globe University – Madison East. Michael Schumacher’s desire to wear the colander on his head for the photo received criticism from
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How One Laptop Helps Madison’s Homeless

Thanks to a generous donation by G.U.T.S., Globe University-Madison West’s information technology student organization, a local charity group can move forward in improving their mission. Members of G.U.T.S. (Globe University Technical Society) donated a new laptop computer to Friends of the State Street Family, a grassroots outreach charity which sets out to provide essential items and
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Business Administration Students Advocate for State Street Families

  The essence of advocacy is to lend a voice to someone or a group that cannot speaker for them. Students in the Business Administration program at Globe University-Madison West decided to lend support to the homeless of Madison, specifically by working with State Street Families.     State Street Families, a grassroots outreach charity, sets out
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Intense Field Trip Yields Quick Critical Thinking

Students Take Part in Real Life Police Scenarios Through Firearm Simulation Globe University – Madison East criminal justice students in the introduction to criminal justice class took part in a firearms training system simulation at Truax Field  Air National Guard Base in Madison.  After a brief tutorial on how to load and handle a rifle, students participated
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Top 10 Reasons to Attend Madison East’s Community Appreciation Day

Join us on Tuesday, July 31st from 11:30am – 1pm and 5:30pm – 7:30pm at Globe University – Madison East for our 3rd annual Community Appreciation Day! Why attend?  There are several reasons to attend this year’s Community Appreciation Day, but the top 10 reasons are listed below! 1. It’s FREE. Need I say more?  There will
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From Extern to Employee: One Vet Tech’s Journey to Success

Allison Swart was not your typical vet tech student. With an associate’s degree in music recording technology engineering, Allison worked in Nashville for a recording studio where she met numerous musicians including Faith Hill and Reba McEntire before returning to Wisconsin to work as master controller at a Wausau television station.  She enjoyed her work, but it wasn’t as fulfilling as she had hoped and Allison decided to make
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An Edzoocational Experience: Vet Tech Students Learn About Zoo Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering is a natural way to give back to the community, but it can also be a great way to gain experience and expand your network. Lynn Pawelski, Associate Director of the Friends of the Zoo, visited Globe University – Madison East to share information with over 25 vet tech students about the Henry Vilas
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Health and Wellness Career Day Sparks Interest in High School Students

Portage and Horicon high school students and teachers gathered at Globe University – Madison East on Friday, February 10th for Health and Wellness Career Preview Day. The event showcased Globe’s medical assistant and massage therapy career fields allowing students to participate in four break out sessions. The sessions included a Microbiology Labratory, Phlebotomy and Injection Labratory, Medical Administration Billing and
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Student of the Month: DAnn Koebke

There are very few people as committed to their future and family as DAnn Koebke.  DAnn is a full time Medical Assistant student at Globe University who works both a full time job and a part time job to help support her family. DAnn understands that to get what you want in life you need to set priorities.  She
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Globe University-Madison West Launch Area’s First Forensic Accounting Degree Program

With fraud cases on the rise, government and business are clamoring for accountants with special skills in investigating and analyzing financial evidence. MINNEAPOLIS—January 31, 2012—Globe University and Minnesota School of Business (MSB) announced today that it is launching the region’s first forensic accounting bachelor’s degree. According to Network Dean of Accounting Melanie Torborg, forensic accounting
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