Tag Archives: Ree Nae Roberge-Greene

Celebrating Success: 45 Globe University Students Become Graduates

In the past few weeks I have been given (along with my wonderful team) the dreaded task of making sure our students’ digital files match the paper files. In the process, I have been lucky to check through and see all of the successes—the graduates. Although we have graduation four times a year (more often
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Honoring Those Who Serve: Globe-La Crosse Appreciates Veterans

Yellow ribbons are a symbol for supporting and honoring military men and women who are currently serving for us, especially overseas, and veterans of service. Since the early 1980s the symbol’s origin has been in question.  Many people want to draw its origins back to the Civil War, but no definitive facts can do that.
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Veterinary Technology Faculty Praised: Students Speak Out!

Around the third week of each quarter, the Globe University-La Crosse education team gets ready and excited for registration. We discuss how to let students know that it is (again) time to register (already), and that they need to be concerned about the courses they will be beginning almost three months from now, when they
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Wisconsin Winter Weather is Dangerous: Be Prepared

Winter weather in Wisconsin has several hazards that Globe University-La Crosse students must take into account when determining whether they should get on the road to get to class. Snow can be dangerous. Snow is possible in Wisconsin every day of the year (depending on where you live within the state), but a February snowstorm
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Writing Well Matters: 5 Professionals Share Why Writing is Important

Being an English teacher, I obviously believe that writing well is important, but my telling this to people–students in particular–is NEVER going to be as effective as having professionals who work with the language in their everyday jobs explain it. Rhonda Staats, program chair for the health care management degree (HCM) program and former professional
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Globe University’s Own Humanitarian: Brady Lowe, Paul Harris Fellow

“Since the first time I met Brady Lowe, I knew he had a special ‘spark’ to him,” says Carolyn Moe, director of career services at Globe University-La Crosse, about her co-worker and friend. “He is the type of person that sparks motivation in others to be better people and to help the community. Brady consistently
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10 Movies to Complement College Classes

Learn what 10 movies can complement your college classes! Check out this post from Student Services Coordinator/Online Learning Coordinator Ree Nae Roberge Greene. Recently, I was voted “Most Likely to be Someone’s Imaginary Friend.” After pondering what this might mean, I was reminded of a movie I loved when I was a tween: Drop Dead
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Giving Thanks and Giving Back: Globe University Students and Staff Create Holiday Cards for Soldiers

What kind of little things make “the liver and onions” on your plate easier to stomach? It seems that for most people, being recognized for the day-to-day things they are already doing, make doing them worthwhile. Using this sentiment, I believe that active duty service people probably want to know that we are thinking about
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Scholarship Search Stops Here: Globe University’s Community Service Scholarship

It is time again for eligible students to apply for the community service scholarship given to our students each quarter. Students who have won the scholarship in the past have done so by completing community service ranging from mission trips abroad to small local work here in the Coulee Region. Big or small each one
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