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Dane Olds is a character artist with a specialization in hard-surface modeling, designing guns, armor and other objects in the games.

These professionals got more than a souvenir when they quit their jobs and went abroad.

Here are a few things to consider when deciding how to prepare for grad school admissions tests.

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Most of her time is spent with clients seeking balms, butters, sprays or blends of essential oils to soothe whatever ails them.

You’ll see the most obvious benefits of an accelerated program in your bank account and iCalendar.

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For them, the experience is just as crucial — and they’re a good “get” for companies, too.

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With master’s degrees averaging tens of thousands of dollars, prospective arts students have to choose whether or not a graduate program is worth the time and financial expense.

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Kerry Rose spends her days tending to the artwork of the masters on display at the National Gallery of Art.

Professionals from around the world — including Embassy Row — rely on Marike Korn to get them up to speed with English skills relevant to their fields.

These days, it’s not enough to come up with a great idea for a product or medicine. Understanding the steps necessary for gaining regulatory approval is crucial.

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Want to make public transit more expansive, efficient and sustainable? A degree in transportation planning may be just the thing.

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Students interested in world affairs say studying in areas of conflict is a risk worth taking — if you travel wisely.

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It’s truly specialized rather than just general knowledge.

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A Georgetown program uses technology to blend online and in-person learning.

As the lead chef at Old Glory Bar-B-Que, Melanie Kurtz oversees a staff of 20 and is responsible for everything that comes out of the kitchen.

Whether you want to learn about bioethics or the letters of the apostle Paul, there’s probably a MOOC for that.

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As a pet photographer, part of Shelley Castle's is understanding animal behavior — many dogs are frightened by the clicking camera, she says. Fortunately, most are motivated by treats or toys.

Graduate school is a big investment. It can lead to big payoffs down the road, but paying for the actual schooling on the front end proves daunting to many students. The key is putting together a financing plan that's right for you and your career goals.

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