Tag Archives: Criminal Justice Degree

Writers Rule at the Creative Quill Poetry Slam

This post was written by Globe University-La Crosse Campus Librarian Dana Wallace. Music and written word were the order of the night for Globe University Library’s Creative Quill Reading and first ever Poetry Slam. Globe students gathered in the commons … Continue reading

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At the Capital: Globe Students Speak Out

“Education is in a state of transition,” said Senator Shelia Harsdorf at the Wisconsin Council for Independent Education (WCIE) Hill Day. Globe University-La Crosse graduates are helping lead that transition. Representing the voice of the university, graduates Courtney Newton and … Continue reading

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7 Ways the iPad® is Transforming College at Globe University

At Globe University-La Crosse, every student has an iPad®. As part of our university-wide edUX transformation, faculty and students are now equipped with tablets to enhance their college experience. How are iPads transforming the college experience at Globe University? Students and faculty share seven … Continue reading

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Why the County Jail is a Place Students Want to Be

The county jail might not seem like a place you would want to visit, but criminal justice degree students from Globe University-Madison East jumped at the chance.  This quarter students in the Behavioral Science and Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice … Continue reading

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4 Volunteering Secrets Revealed: United Way Shares All

We know that volunteering strengthens communities, but can volunteering be more powerful than that? Absolutely! Find out the secret ways volunteering can benefit the volunteer! Students in June Vatland’s Business Communications class got a firsthand understanding of the power of … Continue reading

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4 Interview Secrets REVEALED By Successful Grads

We all know to dress professionally, be courteous and practice our handshake for an interview, but what are the interview secrets job seekers might not know about? Successful Globe University-La Crosse graduates reveal their interviewing secrets: 1. Be Yourself (Your … Continue reading

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Yes, Teachers Do Play Favorites

Did you know teachers play favorites? Students have favorite classes, but has anyone asked a teacher what their favorite class is? “If you don’t want anyone to know anything about you, don’t write anything,” said Pete Townshend, award-winning musician and … Continue reading

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Classy, Sassy or Civilly Disobedient: Which are You?

Each era has it classiness, sassiness, and civil disobedient-ness which makes it idealized to a particular audience. Classics are something to which I feel an ingrained connection. There is something about watching “Casablanca,” reading “The Great Gatsby,” listening to jazz, … Continue reading

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Writing Students or Zombies?

Acting Like Zombies Creates Stronger Writing Who is your speaker? Where are they from? Who was their first love? Are they a zombie? Many times writers create stock characters—people who are just plain ordinary. But veteran writers know readers need … Continue reading

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A Criminal Justice Career Isn’t Like the Ones on TV

How would you like to see what the life of a person working in probate and parole would be like? Our criminal justice degree students at Globe University-Green Bay in the Corrections class and the Probation and Parole class welcomed … Continue reading

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