Tag Archives: Student Organizations

Is Understanding World Music Really Going to Get Me a Job?

How Does Taking a Humanities or Social Science Class Relate to My Program? At the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, a woman with a Ph.D. in Psychology is teaching business courses. Why? Northwestern is expanding its horizons to show students and the world that even business and marketing have an element of psychology
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Globe-La Crosse Has a New Director of Career Services, Carolyn Moe

Carolyn’s Advice for Current Students about Finding that Dream Job Carolyn Moe has been a part of Globe-La Crosse from nearly the beginning. She started in 2009 as part of the Education Team, helping students with scheduling, personal crisis, and academic woes. In August of 2011, Carolyn made a change and began working with students
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Campus Organizations Add Pizazz to Resumes

Check out the Campus Organizations while Enjoying Kickball and a Hotdog on Thursday Joining a campus organization can really boost one’s resume. The activities and connections made while in college are often ones that last well into a person’s career. At Globe-La Crosse, there are several organizations and activities to take part in. On Thursday
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Criminal Justice Students Tour University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department

Students from the GU- Madison West campus paid a visit to the University of Wisconsin-Police Department in downtown Madison. Central Campus Community Officer Kristin Radtke served as the tour guide as the student organization, Global Justice for All toured their facility learned all about the inner workings of their precinct. Officer Radtke briefed students on
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Madison West Vet Tech Student Organization Raises $400 for Local Nonprofits.

The Student Chapter National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (SCNAVTA) recently held a lunch fundraiser on campus. Various delicious soups, sandwiches, desserts and soft drinks were sold in the commons area during the early afternoon hours. From their efforts, the group raised $400. Catt Gottschalk, SCNAVTA Editor proudly explained where their profits went, “We are donating
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