Category Archives: Richfield Campus

Writing Tips: Commonly Confused Words

It’s pretty easy to get them confused and most spellcheckers won’t help you correct them either. The English language has a lot of words that either look alike, sound alike or, worst of all, look and sounds alike but have completely different meanings. Here is a list of often confused words: affect/effect WRONG: No amount
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Nursing Students Volunteer at American Diabetes Association EXPO

Minnesota School of Business-Richfield nursing students spent a Saturday volunteering for the American Diabetes Association EXPO held at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The students worked several different booths at the event and provided much-needed education to children and adults. Some of the booths that they volunteered at included the kid zone with a bouncy house,
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Breast Cancer Awareness: Being Aware Can Save Your Life

When we think of October, it’s common to think of pumpkins, apple orchards, leaves changing colors and the color pink. Pink? Yes, pink representing October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “Awareness is key,” said Minnesota School of Business Nursing Program Dean, Kendra Saal. “Be sure to always talk to your doctor about self-breast exams and
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Passion for Helping Students: MSB-Richfield Director of Career Services

“It’s an awesome feeling to get the chance to get the full perspective of the education process,” said Diana Welter, instructor and director of career services at the Minnesota School of Business (MSB) – Richfield campus. Diana has worked in the education field for more than 20 years. She continues to comment on how she
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Is Information Technology the Right Fit for Me?

Globe University – Woodbury Information Technology (IT) Program Chair, Tunji Akanbi, has been teaching IT with Globe for the past eight years. Prior to teaching, he worked as a web developer and is fluent in the following web development languages HTML 5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP & SQL. “I have always been fascinated by computers and how
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Actor’s Death Highlights Hope for a Cure for Alzheimer’s

Gene Wilder, one of the funniest actors of the 1970s, has recently passed away from Alzheimer’s disease. His death highlights the toll this disease takes on society’s best and brightest, slowly taking away their personality and ability to function, followed by taking their lives. In the NOVA PBS documentary Can Alzheimer’s Be Stopped?, journalist Greg O’Brien
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Staff, Faculty Show Appreciation During ‘The Great MSB Get-Together’

“This was the best student appreciation yet,” said one of the nursing students in response to this quarter’s Student Appreciation. Each quarter every campus hosts a student appreciation to illustrate how much the staff and faculty care and appreciate each and every student. This quarter, in honor The Minnesota State Fair, the Richfield campus decided to
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