Among more than 1,000 current Knox alumni who majored in political science and international relations are the following (See also Integrated International Studies Careers):
Economist, World Bank, Washington, D.C. Talip Kalic '03.
Policy Manager on Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Implementation, National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), Washington, D.C. Stephen Herzog '09. International Relations major.
Counselor, Embassy of Botswana, Brussells, Belgium. Benetia Chingapane '95. French and International Relations major.
Homeland Security Specialist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Arlington, Virginia. Derk Lion '00. History and International Relations major.
Environment and Technology Analyst, State Department, Bureau of Oceans, Environment, and Science, Washington, D.C. Christine Kjelland '03. Environmental Studies and International Relations major.
Senior Vice President, Bank One Corporation, Chicago, Illinois. Scott Baranski '72.
Deputy Ambassador, Botswana Embassy. Addis Abada, Ethopia. Benetia Chingapane '95.
Legal Program Assistant, Midwest Immigrant Human Rights, Chicago, Illinois. Krista Batey '05. Spanish and International Relations major.
Researcher, the Atlantic Council, Washington, D.C. Maks Czuperski '12.
Professor of Comparative Politics, Knox College. Karen Kampwirth '86. International Relations major.
Protocol Officer of the Mexican Congress, Mexico City. Rebecca Ortiz '97.
Attorney, Sporer & Llic, P.C., Des Moines, Iowa. Glenna Frank '01. International Relations major.
Welfare Reform, Maximus, Inc., Mesa, Arizona. Julie Burdette Leonard '95.
Attorney, Dorsey & Whitney, L.L.P., Minneapolis, Minnesota. Eric Sjoding '97.
Sustainability Analyst, Price Water House, United Kingdom. Ruchira Joshi '02. Economics and International Relations major.
Career Diplomat, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, New York City, New York. Anna Tolonen Saloranta '89. German and International Relations major.
Diplomat, (Department of State). Peter C. Lyon '95. International Relations major.
Senior Consultant, IBM Business Consulting Service, Reston, Virginia. David Mika '97. History and International Relations major.
Researcher, Department of Energy. Heather Papp '04. Spanish and International Relations major.
President, S&E Entertainment, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri. Matthew Nagel '04. Computer Science and International Relations major.
Global Alliance Marketing Manager, Interwoven, Inc., San Francisco, California. Mayur Bhatnager '00. Economics and International Relations major.
Director for Agreements, International Trade Administration, Washington, D.C. Judith Wey '84.
Analyst, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Washington D.C. Mirelle Warouw '95.
Senior Researcher, Population Action International, Washington D.C. Elizabeth Leahy Madsen '04.
Corporate Relations Manager, Center for Strategic and International Study, Washington D.C. Suchi Bansal '02. Economics and International Relations major.
John Podesta, a Knox College graduate and member of the Board of Trustees, will join the White House staff as a senior counselor to President Barack Obama, according to media reports.
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.