Knox graduates who complete advanced course work in Japanese or who are interested in the cultural, political or economic life of Japan enter a wide range of careers. Some are currently living and working in Japan, with many others working for Japanese companies in the United States and other countries, including:
Graduate Student, University of Colorado-Boulder.Rachel Rucker '02.
Founder, Hope English School, Japan. John Norman '81. German and Political Science major.
Professor,Graduate School of Information Science, Tohoku University, Japan. Atsushi Suzuki '60.
President,Adachi Associates, and former business development manager, Sanyo Electric, Chicago, Illinois. Junichiro Adachi '81.
English Teacher, Japanese Board of Education.Rebecca Slaughter '97.
Chairman and CEO,Okura Electrical Co., Ltd. Tokyo, Japan. Jumpei Okura '51.
Manager,The Waianae Store, Waianae, Hawaii.Kyle Okimoto '99.
Analyst, American Life Insurance Company, Tokyo.Eishin Takahashi '97.
Software Engineer,Electronic Arts-Tiburon, Maitland, Florida. Shu Cheah '96.
Director,International Licensing, Saleco, Inc. Tokyo, Japan. James Reed '93. Philosophy major.
Volunteer,Baha’I World Center, Haifa, Israel. Kathryn Draves Mulodmede '93.
Teleconferencing account executive,AT&T, New Brunswick, N.J. Kurt Selden '93.
Public Relations Coordinator,Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Chicago. Robin Stahl '94.
A Knox College graduate and vice president of development at the Greater Peoria Business Alliance, Jim Lynch is among the young leaders recognized by InterBusiness Issues magazine.
Known for his plain, direct translations of ancient works, the scholar meets with students and reads from his translations of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey.
In Knox College classroom visits and a lecture, John Hooper of The Economist magazine and The Guardian newspaper describes some of his experiences covering news in Spain, Italy, and elsewhere.