Category Archives: Applied Learning

Globe University Students Learn Swedish Massage Technique

The summer quarter massage therapy  students at the Globe University-La Crosse Campus  learned their first massage therapy technique last month and put their skills to the test on outside clients on Aug. 30. This is the first time the students were able to practice on other individuals other than each other. Students treated the scenario
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Vet Techs at Eau Claire Campus Host Spay and Neuter Day

The veterinary technology program at the Eau Claire campus is known for helping out. They are always giving of their time and efforts. Recently, the department came together to help out both the Rusk County Animal Shelter and Bob’s House for Dogs. Students and faculty volunteered their time and skills to offer spays, neuters and
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MSB- St. Cloud Students Promote Sports Training from the Inside Out

“I’ve never done anything like this before. It’s been so awesome,” said Minnesota School of Business massage therapy student, Aimee Carag. Carag and 17 other massage and medical assistant students from the St. Cloud campus spent the day putting their skills to use in a big way at the Spartan Challenge at Rocori High School
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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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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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Online Exercise Science Student Kick Starts Senior Fitness with Free Classes

Kick starting an exercise program for your community is no easy feat. Online exercise science student Jen Bauer, of Honey Brook, Pennsylvania, was up for the challenge when she decided she would offer free senior fitness classes to her community. Jen not only created a program, she also joined the township’s parks and recreation committee
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MSB – Lakeville Students Apply Ethics to a Good Cause

Students often don’t think about how the concepts they’re learning in the classroom can apply to their real lives.  For the students in Lisa Folch’s applied ethics class at Minnesota School of Business – Lakeville, this isn’t strictly the case. Recently, the applied ethics class held a fundraiser for victims of domestic violence.  The class worked
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Medical Assistant Students Conduct Five Year Well Checks on Real Life 5-Year-Olds!

In the medical assistant program at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine, students often practice their skills on each other, as well members of the community. For the first time, the students in the advanced patient care class with Dawn Bunn, CMA, and MSB-Blaine medical assistant program chair, practiced their skills on real life 5-year-olds! “We are
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MSB – Plymouth Students Go Behind the Scenes at Chipolte

The Business Club at Minnesota School of Business – Plymouth Campus recently took advantage of a unique opportunity to learn more about Chipotle. It is hard to find someone without a positive opinion of the fast-casual dining chain. In fact, the location on Wayzata Boulevard in Wayzata, Minn. has become a very popular spot for students at the Plymouth
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