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Understanding 5 Career Paths in the Field of Translation

By Melody Tankersley on July 11, 2018 in Graduate School Resources

In light of our world’s increasingly connected global market and as communities all over the world continue to become more intertwined with the rise of technology, the need for professionals proficient in translation studies increases. In order to bridge this gap between cultures, translators...

Understanding the Value of a Degree in Exercise Physiology Through the Lens of a Professor in the Field

By Melody Tankersley on July 11, 2018 in Graduate School Resources

Are you passionate about the field of exercise science/physiology?

Are you fascinated about the ways in which the body works?

Are you interested in how you can educate others on the body's capabilities?

If so, pursuing an advanced degree in Exercise Physiology from Kent State University might...

Here’s What You Need to Know About the Demand for Translators in Today’s Economy

By Melody Tankersley on July 11, 2018 in Graduate School Resources

Is there a language you particularly enjoyed studying in undergrad? Have you always wished you knew how to turn your love of linguistic concepts and language learning into an interesting job opportunity?

If so, you may be glad to hear that even your limited French or German abilities could have...

The Trends That Are Transforming Health Care as We Know It

By Lana Whitehead on May 30, 2018 in Innovative Design, Design

The times they are a-changin’ for health care. Ballooning costs, shifting political and regulatory environments, consumer needs, and advances in technology are all driving major evolution in this complex industry.

And with major evolution comes major opportunity for a special group of architects...