What do our psychology majors do after leaving Knox? The answer: a little bit of everything! Since psychology applies to so many different fields, you'll find our alumni at grad school in psychology and at work as family therapists, creative directors, attorneys, crisis counselors, and more.
|Yuna Engle Ferguson '04
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Penn State Shenango
Yuna completed an independent research project her sophomore year and an Honors project her senior year that helped her understand what it is to be a scientist. Those experiences also prepared her for graduate school.
|Vince Singleton '03
Director, Film Collective Productions
Instructor, Chicago Filmmakers Co-op
The freedom Vince felt to explore all of his interests -- three sports, studying abroad, cartoonist for the student newspaper, a law enforcement internship -- while in a supportive environment was crucial to preparing him for the challenges he has faced in filmmaking.
|P. Christopher Earley '80
Dean, Purdue University's Krannert School of Management
Knox provided P. Christopher with non-traditional educational opportunities, like an independent research project that took him to England, Europe, and Ghana, which led to his decision to pursue a career in academia and his passion for international and cross-cultural work.
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.