American Studies graduates have pursued a variety of career paths. These are just a few examples:
Attorney, Winston & Strawn, Chicago, Illinois. Reid Broda '94.
Americorps Member, Habitat for Humanity, Washington, D.C. Alison Campbell '96.
Optometric Technician, Lifetime Eyecare Center, Middleton, Wisconsin. Kristin Baker '98.
Post-baccalaureate Fellowship, Public History Exhibit celebrating 150 of Knox's Old Main, Seymour Library, Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois. Johanna Blume '07. Dramatic Literature and History minor.
Budget Analyst, Dearborn Financial Publishing, Chicago, Illinois. Mary Jo Anderson Shiroiwa '96.
Chicago Fellow, State of Illinois, Office of Lt. Governor, Chicago, Illinois. Michael Calomese '97.
Social Studies Teacher, Louis Wirth Public Schools, Chicago, Illinois. Janak Paranjape '89.
Environmentalist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, Illinois. Marcia Damato '87.
Attorney, Winston & Strawn, Chicago, Illinois. George Doyle '86.
Attorney, Corbett & Matthews, Chicago, Illinois. Victoria Vrhel '86.
Vice President for Advancement, Knox College. Brian Williams '86.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, American Studies Program, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Matthew Pustz '90.
Medical Student, University of Chicago Medical School, Chicago, Illinois. Brian Kendall '92.
Competing against student newspapers from all over the country, The Knox Student captures fourth place in the News Story category and honorable mention in the Editorial/Opinion category.
The Knox College chapter of Habitat for Humanity sponsors a contest in which team of students competed to build the tallest structure, using only marshmallows and toothpicks.
Harambee, the student African cultural club at Knox College, presents events for campus and community to celebrate African Week 2013.