Knox computer science graduates pursue careers in business, industry and academia. Many also receive advanced degrees from schools such as Stanford, Brown, Cornell and the University of Illinois at Urbana. Among alumni who majored in computer science are the following:
Information and Communications Technologies Coordinator, Millennium Villages Project, Columbia University, New York City, New York. Matthew Berg '00.
Founder/CEO/CFO/President, Craig Technologies, Melbourne, Florida. Carol Craig '89.
Software Developer, Adobe, Seattle, Washington. Ellie Poley '10 (right.)
Sergeant, United States Army, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. John M. Doyle '02.
Professor of Computer Science, Leicester, United Kingdom. David Elizondo '86.
Research and Development, Epic Systems, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin, Adam Whitlach '06.
Software Engineer, R.R. Donnelley & Sons, Downers Grove, Illinois. Kathryn Kistler '97.
Software Consultant, IBM Corporation, Washington, D.C.Yvonne Ramirez '08.
Graduate Student, Computer Science Program, IIT, Chicago, Illinois. Kyle Sibley '09.
Co-author, BASIC Programming Language, Lebanon, New Hampshire. Thomas Kurtz '50.
Professor, Taylor's College, Malaysia. Lean L. Loh '85.
Project Manager, Greenbrier & Russel Software, Schaumburg, Illinois. Steve Stefani '90.
Senior Analyst, Research and Development, United Airlines, Chicago, Illinois. Fabio Van Roon '88.
ASIC Design Engineer, Apple Inc., San Francisco, California. James Ng '00.
Programmer and Analyst, Microsoft Corporation, Woodinville, Washington. Joseph Fernando '88. Mathematics and Computer Science major.
Medical Student, Ph.D Program in Structural and Computational Biology and Molecular Biophysics, Baylor University School of Medicine. Rebecca Cooper '06. Computer Science and Japanese Studies (Independent major.)
Graduate Student, Computer Science Program, SIU-Carbondale, Illinois. Andrew Hickey '09.
Network Analyst, AT&T Global Network Services, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Matthew Brugam '00.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Carin Perilloux '03. Psychology and Computer Science major.
Software Engineer, Partek, Ballwin, Missouri. David Bennett '03.
Software Developer, STL Technology Partners, Bloomington, Illinois. Samuel Reiss '04. Mathematics and Computer Science major.
Professor and Computer Consultant, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois. Ralph Johnson '77. Biology and Computer Science major.
Software Engineer, Intel, Chandler, Arizona. Thaddeus Letnes '00.
President and C.E.O., Biotest Services, Chicago, Illinois. Steven Lipton '88.
Senior Programmer and Analyst, Belt Railway Company of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Jan Kirby Tyrell '71.
President and Founder, ICEX, Cohasset, Massachusetts. Richard Swanborg '76. Mathematics and Computer Science major.
Professor of Mathematics, Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky. Ryan Stuffelbeam '98. Mathematics and Computer Science major.
Software Engineer at Wall Street on Demand, Boulder, Colorado. Philip Fordjour '02. Economics and Computer Science major.
Software Systems Architect, Customer Development Corporation, Dunlap, Illinois. Mark Fiddes '83.
Research Software Design Engineer, Microsoft Research, Kirkland, Washington. Dipanwita Sarkar '99. Physics and Computer Science major.
Design Engineer, Computer Intel Corp., Iowa City, Iowa. Paul Cotton '08.
Interface Design Specialist, State Farm Insurance, Normal, Illinois. Erin Jacoby Easter '00. Psychology and Computer Science major.
Program Analyst, Caterpillar Inc., Peoria, Illinois. Heather Pizor Kagy '00. Physics and Computer Science major.
Consultant, Crowe Chizek & Co., Indianapolis, Indiana. Troy Walker '97.
Developer, Swiss Bank Corporation, London, England. Craig Creado '91.
Programmer Analyst II, Zurich Kemper Investments, Chicago, Illinois. Chelsy Hopper '96.
Software Developer, Electronic Arts, Orlando, Florida. Volga Aksoy '02.
Software Developer, Midway Entertainment, Chicago, Illinois. Erdem Erdenen '02.
Knox's new Creating Opportunities and Access in Science and Technology (COAST) initiative will offer academic and financial support to students planning on careers in biology, chemistry, and biochemistry.
Capping off Earth Month, members of the Knox College and Galesburg community gather for a Day of Service and an Earth Day Festival featuring, music, art, and information focused on the environment.
Panelists share their experiences in the world of sustainable business, and they discuss the promise of 'green jobs' at a discussion hosted by the Bastian Center for Career and Pre-Professional Development.