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For-Profit Schools Globe University and Minnesota School of Business Recognized by Minnesota Twins in Pre-Game Ceremony for Service to Veterans
Globe representatives with Twins mascot (L to R); Mike Blumberg, Pamela Miller and Mike Hughes. Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business were recognized September 10 for its ongoing service to veterans in a pregame ceremony at Target Field. … Continue reading
Globe’s degree in mechanical engineering technology is a chance for students to gain practical knowledge in engineering drafting, solid modeling, stress analysis, manufacturing processes, and overall mechanical design. Globe University’s Woodbury, Minn. campus is enrolling students in its new Bachelor’s … Continue reading
By working closely with employers, colleges and universities can help identify what skills are required to fill job needs and the most effective path for acquiring those skills. With the nation’s unemployment rate stagnating at around 8 percent, it would … Continue reading
The story of Norcal Muscle Clinic Former Globe University graduate students Laura Miles and Derek Colderbank launch Norcal Muscle Clinic in San Francisco. With backgrounds in personal training, exercise science and post rehabilitation, Laura Miles and Derek Colderbank of San … Continue reading
Globe University Student Videos to Appear in BMW Commercial for “Make a Hero” During 2012 Summer Olympics
The Make a Hero foundation, founded by producer/director Kurt Miller, is partnering with Globe University and Minnesota School of Business students to produce videos highlighting the amazing accomplishments of local challenged athletes. Some of the video footage has been included in … Continue reading
Globe University marketing students launch initiative to support local nonprofit Caring Bridge. Strength and support through community and families An elephant by itself can be vulnerable, despite its strength and size. However, an elephant in a herd is almost invulnerable. Like … Continue reading