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Take 3,600 cans of tuna, green and black beans, multiply that by five hours of stacking said cans, then add 10 volunteers and what do you get? One fun and rewarding day for The Students of Globe University team at … Continue reading
Really, there is a $2,000 scholarship opportunity from Globe University for those who volunteer. Just ask Scott Miller, alumni and returning student in the business management program. He was recently awarded the Community Service Scholarship at Globe University-Madison West. Scott … Continue reading
The essence of advocacy is to lend a voice to someone or a group that cannot speaker for them. Students in the Business Administration program at Globe University-Madison West decided to lend support to the homeless of Madison, specifically by … Continue reading
As a way to show their appreciation to students who submitted works to the 2012 Creative Quill, Writing Instructor Anne Pfennig along with Campus Librarian, Amy O’Shea held a cheerful reception. Attendees enjoyed pizza, refreshments and homemade cookies. Students Scott … Continue reading
Madison West students Cristina Carpentier, Lorri McGranahan and Scott Miller as well as Campus Director Brock Vander Velden and Campus Communications and Community Relations Specialist/Student Services Coordinator Jennifer Hilgendorf set off to the Inn at the Park to participate in … Continue reading
On Wednesday, April 25th Globe University – Madison East joined other career colleges across Wisconsin at the WCIE (Wisconsin Council of Independent Education) Hill Day. Madison East students Sarah Oliver and Katelyn Neumeier attended Hill Day with Campus Director Rocky Klitzke and Communications and … Continue reading