Knox graduates have careers or have pursued graduate study in film studies, including the following:
Graduate Student, MFA in screenwriting program at Chapman University, Orange, California. Maisie Maupin '12.
Ph.D. Candidate, Specializing in media studies in the English Department at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. Caroline Claiborn '07.
Production Assistant, Bob Industries, Los Angeles, California. Alexander Roth '09.
Technology Training Coordinator, AmeriCorps CTEP/CLUES, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Alice Fredrickson '11.
Program Director, Community Residential & Respite, Pueblo, Colorado. Lucinda Yaeger '10.
Graduate Assistant, Truman State University and Editor-in-Chief, The Wide Net. Anthony Meyer '09.
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.