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7 Tips for Busy Moms Studying for the GRE or GMAT

By Lana Whitehead on August 31, 2020 in Graduate School Resources

Mamas — we see you, and we appreciate you.

If no one has told you yet today, you are doing an outstanding job. If you have not been thanked yet today — thank you for your heroic work. We know you go to bed later than your family so you can straighten up the house and you wake up earlier than...

Full-time Mom, Full-time Ph.D. Student — How This Mother Made It Work

By Lana Whitehead on June 18, 2020 in Graduate Student Stories, Graduate School Resources

Motherhood is filled with joys and challenges. For moms working towards a graduate degree, pursuing their dreams can introduce a whole new set of challenges as well as unexpected joys for those who are open to opportunities. 

Megan Odell-Scott is a full-time mom currently earning her Ph.D. in...

5 Careers for Experts with a Master's Degree in Engineering Technology

By Kent State Admissions Team on June 11, 2020 in Aeronautics and Engineering

The field of engineering technology is dynamic and competitive. In order to succeed as a thought leader in this results-oriented and multifaceted field, professionals need to be prepared to exercise the sought-after skills employers are looking for.

So, as you consider establishing yourself as...

Introducing Kent State's Guide to Graduate Programs in Aeronautics and Engineering

By Lana Whitehead on June 4, 2020 in Graduate School Resources, Aeronautics and Engineering

The challenges the world is facing today in the fields of aeronautics and engineering also represent tremendous opportunity for professional growth, industry innovation and outside-the-box problem solving.

The aviation industry is experiencing a capacity crisis—