Category Archives: Veterinary Technology

MSB – Rochester Student Makes Impact with Service Learning Project

Service learning projects can be difficult to implement when the project is part of an online class. The project is often a one-person project and it’s sometimes hard to see the impact of one’s work. However, one student at Minnesota School of Business (MSB) -Rochester did see an immediate impact with her service learning project. “I
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Vet Tech Students Work with Wolves at Red River Zoo

Don’t worry, Three Little Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood, the veterinarian technology students at Globe University-Moorhead have your back. In May of 2016, 11 Globe University –Moorhead veterinary technician students had the hands-on opportunity of a lifetime. They were able to assist in four neuters of four large adult male wolves. Over the last eight
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MSB – Rochester Welcomes High School Graduates to Campus

As one journey ends, another one begins. The new journey can be nerve-racking for many, especially when you are a high school graduate and now an “adult.” The admissions team at MSB Rochester were pro-active to help eliminate any first quarter jitters. On Thursday, June 30, 2016, admissions staff hosted a high school mixer. The
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La Crosse Vet Tech Students Hold Spay/Neuter Day for Shelter Animals

On Friday, June 3, 2016, Veterinary Technology students and instructors at Globe University-La Crosse teamed up to host a spay/neuter day for shelter animals. All of the campus veterinary technology instructors participated in the event, as well as 13 veterinary technology students. “It is definitely a Vet Tech Team event,” said Amy Stinson, the Veterinary Technology Program Chair.
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Tips to Keep Dogs Cool for the Summer

Summertime and hot weather have arrived. For some of our four-legged friends, the warmer temperatures pose some unique challenges to staying cool. Here are some easy tips to help your pet stay safe from the heat. Rule No. 1 is never to leave your dog in a parked car alone. In many states it is
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Vet Tech Graduate Finds Dream Job in Lone Star State

Samantha Peterson walked across the graduation stage on Oct. 1, 2015. Two days later, she embarked on a two-day road trip that ended in Live Oaks, Texas, – 1,200 miles from campus and her longtime home. Texas was not a random destination. Samantha’s husband, who is a firefighter, moved down to Texas while Sam was in
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GU-Green Bay Student of the Month Combines Passion for Science and Animals for Future Career

Congratulations to Nicole Schrimpf, Globe University – Green Bay’s March Student of the Month! Nicole is in the veterinary technology program, working towards a career where she can combine her interest in science and passion for working with animals. She was nominated for putting her full effort towards her school work, doing very well in
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