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MAE&T Volume 10, Issue 5

In This Issue

"Graduate School? Why Bother?"

"Graduate School? Why Bother?"

The focus on educational requirements for the job market centers primarily around baccalaureate degrees, but there are laudable reasons to consider graduate school—even the...

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2015 Guide to Colleges & Universities

2015 Guide to Colleges & Universities

MAE's 2015 Guide to Colleges & Universities.  ...

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A Personalized Approach

A Personalized Approach

Adaptive learning and fast-track challenge exams help students achieve...

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Corporate Connection: Kwan Reid

Corporate Connection: Kwan Reid

A corporate connection Q&A with Kwan Reid, Director of Global Staffing at WRSS (DynCorp's recruiting subsidiary). ...

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Making the Transition: A New Partnership

Making the Transition: A New Partnership

D. Wayne Robinson is the president and CEO of Student Veterans of America...

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On-Campus MBAs

On-Campus MBAs

Traditional MBAs Are No Longer Business as Usual.

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Q&A: Eddy Mentzer

Q&A: Eddy Mentzer

Exclusive Q&A Interview with Eddy Mentzer, Program Manager, Spouse Education and Career Opportunities (SECO) Program Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense...

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Refining and Redefining

Refining and Redefining

Meet the advisory board established by MAE&T to improve our annual survey...

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Special Section: IN-STATE TUITION FOR VETERANS

Special Section: IN-STATE TUITION FOR VETERANS

. The Veterans Choice Act: Deciphering the fine print, and what it means for veterans. ...

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Transferring Leadership Skills to the Business World

Transferring Leadership Skills to the Business World

Online MBA degree programs for veterans and servicemembers...

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University Corner: ECPI University

University Corner: ECPI University

An interview with Mark Dreyfus, President, ECPI University.

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Veteran Entrepreneurs

Veteran Entrepreneurs

The means for creating the next “Greatest Generation.”

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