Tag Archives: Minnesota School of Business-Richfield

Entries Now Being Accepted in the 10th Annual Creative Quill

Happy 10th Anniversary to the Creative Quill!  Why is this exciting, you ask? The Creative Quill is a literary journal that was first published in 2005. Its origins were from assignments in a Creative Writing class taught by Anna Martignacco at the Minnesota School of Business- Richfield campus.  It was such a hit that the
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MSB Students Brace Themselves for Website Redesign

By Richard S. Grossman, Internet Marketing Program Chair  Minnesota School of Business Students Brace Themselves for Applied Learning Project with Global Leader in Ankle Protection Visionary educator Sir Kenneth Robinson stated, “Collaboration is the stuff of growth.” A select group of talented Minnesota School of Business-Richfield students discovered the truth of those words firsthand during
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Veteran Nursing Student Wins Community Service Scholarship

When Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) nursing student Michael Kallberg observed a meeting of the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps (USNSCC) for a health promotions class last year, he had no idea it would lead to a lasting volunteer position and a $2,000 MSB Community Service Scholarship. From Michael’s scholarship essay: “The USNSCC is
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From Music Man to Internet Marketing Expert

Richard Grossman is a man familiar with wearing many hats. At present, he is the internet marketing program chair at both Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) and Globe University-Woodbury (GU). In his past he has been a musician, songwriter, producer, agent, music publisher, audio engineer, videographer and, most importantly, a teacher. So how does this unique
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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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MSB-Richfield Nursing and Medical Assistant Students Help Fight Kidney Disease

Written by Kendra Saal, nursing program chair According to the National Kidney Foundation: One in three American adults are currently at risk for developing kidney disease One in nine American adults have kidney disease (most don’t know it) The two leading causes of kidney disease are high blood pressure and diabetes Early detection and treatment
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Healthcare & Filmmaking at MSB-Richfield, Part I

Students in Richard Grossman’s Film and Society class at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) recently had an opportunity to screen a documentary made by local filmmaker Chris Newberry. Even better, he hung around to discuss the filmmaking process and answer questions from the students. “American Heart” is a story about the American healthcare system as
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Digital Video Student Wins Community Service Scholarship

Teresa Berg-Hamilton, a student in the digital video program at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB), is the winner of a community service scholarship this summer. This scholarship awards $500 per quarter (up to $2,000) in tuition assistance for qualified students who volunteer in their community. Teresa was awarded the scholarship after she submitted a brief
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