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    Studying Humans in Space

    Forty years ago today, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the moon. But four decades later, how much do we know about how space flight affects the human body? A new master’s degree in human space exploration sciences at the University of Houston (UH) aims to open up the science behind human spaceflight. Read More
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    Michigan Tech Unveils Peace Corps Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering

    Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan, recently announced a new mechanical engineering degree program that combines academic study with Peace Corps service. Students in the program, which will begin in the fall of 2009, start on the Michigan Tech campus with classroom and research work, like other master’s degree candidates. Read More
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    More Masters Degree Opportunities, but for Whom?

    While our lead article this week discusses the question asked by many undergrads, "Should I Do a Ph.D.?", many bachelors-degree grads are already jumping at the chance to do a masters degree. The New York Times this week delves into dual explosions in masters degrees, both in the numbers of students enrolled in masters programs… Read More