Tag Archives: Medical Assistant Program

Globe University MA Students use Creativity to Educate Local Elementary Kids about Germs

“Cover when we cough. Cover when we sneeze. Use a tissue.  Wash our hands. Let’s keep our own germs please!” This simple yet memorable song is exactly what Globe University medical assistant students spent an afternoon teaching to local first graders at Meadowview Elementary School in Eau Claire. Students from the Microbiology and Patient Care 1 classes came
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3 Ways to Become a ‘Student of Recognition’

Students, staff, and faculty at Globe University-Green Bay were asked to nominate an individual they felt deserved to be recognized as our fall 2014 quarter student of recognition. This quarter’s student of recognition goes to an individual that excels in and out of the classroom. Kayla Taddy, a medical assistant program student, shows us that if something
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Medical Assistant Students in the Field: Everyone is “Fair” Game

Welcome to fair season! It’s the smell of the fried cheese curds, the thrill of the carnival rides, the almost-impossible-to-win carnival games and … the free blood pressure checks? Yep! That’s what happens when Globe University-Wausau goes to the fair! Kerry Miller-Mouzon, medical assistant program chair, along with several students in the medical assistant program,
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Globe University Students Gain Firsthand Networking Experience at the 2014 Business Expo

How do I know who to talk to? What do I say? How do I get a conversation started? These questions are all important to think about when networking in the business world and pursuing an ideal career. The Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Business Expo, held recently at the Patriot Center in Rothschild, provided
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Medical Assistant Students Hold Blood Typing Event

What’s your blood type, and why does it even matter?  The Certified Medical Assistant Review class visited Onalaska Luther High School recently to show sophomore biology students the answer to that question. The medical assistant (MA) students were accompanied and supervised by hematology instructor Pearl Havlick and Medical Assistant Program Chair Jackie Lee. Jackie Lee described
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Writers Rule at the Creative Quill Poetry Slam

This post was written by Globe University-La Crosse Campus Librarian Dana Wallace. Music and written word were the order of the night for Globe University Library’s Creative Quill Reading and first ever Poetry Slam. Globe students gathered in the commons to share their poetry and works in progress, as well as enjoy the sweet sounds
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Student Spotlight: Why Busy Isn’t an Excuse

Everyone, at some point, has used the “busy” excuse. For Kimberly Szozda, a medical assistant student who is graduating in June 2014, the impact of the word “busy” didn’t stop her from pursing higher education. Recently awarded “Student of the Month,” Kim spoke with me about the impact of her support system, advice for others, and why she
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The Honor Roll: Two Reflections, 62 Reasons to Celebrate

With another successful quarter behind us, Globe University-Madison West recognizes the following students who went above and beyond to achieve high honors and honors status for the Fall 2013 quarter. Achieving honors is more than just your name on a list. When added to your resume, it could make the difference in getting that interview
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Function and Design Give Globe Students a Better Campus Experience

Globe University-Woodbury has long had a resource center to serve our student needs. Originally, the space was essentially a mini computer lab, with available computers and faculty staffing the room to assist students. While a great concept, the space was underutilized, until Denise Radcliffe, dean of faculty, stepped in to give it a fresh new perspective.
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