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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...

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—

Advice for Success from a Solo-Mom Who’s Thriving in Graduate School

By Graduate Studies on May 20, 2020 in Graduate Student Stories, Graduate School Resources

Navigating a Ph.D. program can be challenging enough — but imagine trying to complete your doctoral degree, while your partner is in another country and you're trying to raise a child as well. 

It's definitely not a task for the faint of heart.

Attention Out-of-State Students with an Ohio Degree — Earn Your Grad Degree for the Price of In-State Tuition

By Graduate Studies on May 1, 2020 in Graduate School Resources, Graduate School Information & Events

Whether you’re just finishing up your bachelor’s degree, considering an advanced degree or have been thinking about a graduate school, but haven’t had that final push to submit your application — this news is a game-changer.