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Nursing Graduate Excels in Career with Help from Globe University & Minnesota School of Business

Originally, Ashley Whipps wanted to study art. She began her college education at a larger state university, then transferred to another similar institution. She says didn’t care for either of them, so she decided to make a change. “Nursing was always in the back of my mind and has always been a passion of mine,”
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MSB-Richfield’s Graduation Ceremony Takes Unexpected Turn

The graduation ceremony for the fall class of 2014 at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) was one heck of a doozy! There was music and singing, there were hugs and tears, there was laughter and reflection – and bejeweled graduation caps! The nursing students kicked the day off by hosting a beautiful pinning ceremony at
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Career Services is Here to Help You Begin Your Journey

So you’ve graduated. Now what? If you already have a job, congratulations! If you don’t, we hope you are seeking the assistance of Minnesota School of Business-Richfield’s (MSB) Career Services department. Just what can Director of Career Services Liz Ashantiva or Associate Director Diana Welter do to help you land your dream job? Let’s find
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MSB-Richfield Congratulates Its Staff and Faculty of the Year

This guest post was written by Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) Campus Director, Stacy Severson. Congratulations to our spotlighted employees: Faculty of the Year: Richard Heller, adjunct accounting instructor. Richard continues to showcase the impact an invested educator can have on students. He works diligently to explain difficult accounting concepts until he ensures every student
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MSB-Richfield Nursing Students Share Advice for Incoming Class

Twice a year, we here at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) say goodbye to a seasoned graduating class of nursing students. Soon thereafter, we welcome a fresh-faced incoming class of nursing students. We asked a group of nursing students set to graduate this week if they had any advice for the newbies who will be
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3 Things Nursing Students Should Do Before Graduation

Completing a nursing degree program is a major accomplishment that requires a lot of hard work and dedication. As graduation approaches, many nursing students are busy finalizing their course work, finishing clinical experiences and preparing for the real world. Among the many items on a soon-to-be nursing grad’s to-do list should be the three following
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Minnesota School of Business Nursing Experts Discuss Profession and Career Opportunities

On the evening of Wednesday, May 7, 2014, at the Minnesota School of Business (MSB)-Richfield campus, students, staff and community members packed a classroom to listen to four nurses discuss the profession of nursing. May 6-12 is National Nurses Week, and to celebrate, the campus hosted a panel discussion about nursing and possible career opportunities.
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Nursing Instructor Gives Back to Community, Locally and Abroad

Tanya Velishek is not only an adjunct instructor for the Minnesota School of Business (MSB) nursing program at the Richfield campus, but she is also a full-time professional working in the field, an instructor at another institution and a philanthropist. In 2009, Velishek and other members of five different churches came together because they saw
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Need Another Reason to Check Out Our Nursing Program? Meet Karen Miller

Meet Karen Miller, Minnesota School of Business-Richfield’s (MSB) Nursing Program Admissions Representative, otherwise known as Staff of the Quarter. I don’t think there’s a quarter that goes by that Karen doesn’t get nominated for Staff of the Quarter – which speaks volumes about her dedication, hard work, and overall likability. Karen’s been part of the MSB
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TechNurse: Saving Lives Through the Internet

Minnesota School of Business-Richfield’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program puts a strong focus on integrating technology into the classroom. This focus means nursing students are not only learning the clinical aspects of providing care, but are also learning how to educate themselves and others via digital resources. One of the many ways they do
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