Tag Archives: IMGD

The Power of Feedback

Stacy Severson, campus director at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield, recently gave a presentation to fellow educators at the annual Minnesota Career College Association conference on the power of feedback. What she had to say applies to all of us, whether we are providing or receiving feedback. Stacy said that an instructor provides feedback to students
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Business Management Student Wins Trip to See Kevin Spacey

Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) is both proud and excited to officially announce the winner of the internet marketing program’s inaugural Content Marketing World Conference Essay Competition for 2014. And the winner is (drumroll, please) … Sara Boothe! Sara is attending MSB to earn her Bachelor’s degree in Business Management with an emphasis on salon
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Three MSB-Richfield Instructors Accepted into the Master Teacher Program

Three of Minnesota School of Business-Richfield’s (MSB) very own instructors have been accepted into Globe Education Network’s Master Teacher program! Just what is the Master Teacher program, you ask? It is a two-year learning experience for faculty, wherein they take three courses annually in order to explore the strategic use of instructional and learning technologies
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Interactive Media and Graphic Design Students Get Published

Several students in the interactive media and graphic design (IMGD) program here at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) are working on an applied learning project that will certainly beef up their portfolios. Students Galen Grieman, Chris Koepsell and Andrew Bengtson are tasked with the conception, writing and designing of two pages in the next MSB
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A Chance to Chat with the Leaders: Coffee with the Campus Director

Last week students in the information technology (IT), interactive media and graphic design (IMGD), business, and nursing programs enjoyed coffee from Starbucks and pastry from Denny’s Bakery as they connected with Minnesota School of Business-Richfield’s (MSB) Campus Director Stacy Severson. Stacy invited students to ask questions, or share a concern or idea for the campus.
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How to Take a Nontraditional Path to College

Tabatha Nentl feels that she didn’t exactly come to college through the front door. As a middle-aged woman and mother, she found herself at a crossroads in her life, needing to decide which path to take next. She explains, “[I could] stay on the same path I had been on and not truly be happy,
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Why I discourage graphic design students from wanting to be freelancers

Many of my students at Globe University/Minnesota School of Business look at freelancing as a romantic journey where they will be their own boss and control their own destiny. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. Freelancing, especially for new grads, is a hard way to try to earn a living. Let’s start by taking
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What should I charge for a logo design?

A lot of students and beginning artists ask “What should I charge for a logo design?” This is one of the most difficult things to judge for an artist. We could spend a little time with the client mulling over ideas. Then a few hours sketching, reviewing with the client, refine the sketches, more meetings,
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