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Globe University-La Crosse students earning degrees in criminal justice, business, medical assisting, and information technology were awarded for their exceptional creative writing in the campus’ annual Creative Quill Writing Contest. Published once a year, the Creative Quill is the university’s … Continue reading
According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, law enforcement is a great career choice! Recently, Policelink compiled a list of what labor experts believe will be some of the fastest growing law enforcement jobs over the next decade. For a Criminal … Continue reading
It is time again for eligible students to apply for the community service scholarship given to our students each quarter. Students who have won the scholarship in the past have done so by completing community service ranging from mission trips … Continue reading
Domestic Abuse Awareness Event Sheds Light on Issue Affecting our Students and Community Students in the criminal justice degree program at Globe University-Green Bay planned, facilitated and fund-raised for a presentation on domestic violence, given by TraJa on campus. Dave Peterson, … Continue reading
By Wayne Strong, Globe University-Madison East Criminal Justice Program Chair Investigators of the Madison Police Department’s Forensic Services Unit (FSU) were available between calls for service to display their equipment and answer questions from Globe University-Madison East students in the criminal justice program. … Continue reading
One of the most overlooked issues during a presidential election that has a tremendous impact on how the government is shaped is what type of judges the next president will select, especially justices for the U.S. Supreme Court. In the … Continue reading
Globe University-Madison West welcomed more than 100 students from three area high schools to experience informational sessions on many aspects of the criminal justice and paralegal fields. Molly Siegel, Globe University high school admissions representative, explained the preview day. “We like to … Continue reading