Alumni and Careers
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.
- Law Professor, Georgetown School of Law, and Former White House Chief of Staff
- Assistant Professor in Psychology and Neuroscience Program, Williams College, and winner of a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship at Duke University
- National Director, Parent Training Programs, Father Flanagan's Boys Home and author of Common Sense Parenting
- Industrial/Organizational Psychologist, Sears, Roebuck & Co.
- Assistant Professor of Marketing, University of Chicago
- Research Fellow, World Commission on Dams
- Child and Family Therapist, Kenneth Young Center
- Executive Director, Morgan Stanley International
- Research Specialist, Rollins Medical Research Center, Emory University
- Associate Professor of Psychology, Duke University
- Psychotherapist, Self-employed
- CEO, Wellborne Behavioral Health
- Neurology Specialist, Loyola University Hospital
- Senior Statistical Analyst, A.C. Nielsen
- Vice President of Human Resources, BUNN
- Special Agent, U.S. Department of the Treasury
- Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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- Neuroscience and Animal Behavior, Emory University
- Rehabilitation Counseling, University of North Carolina
- Biomedical Sciences, Medical College of Georgia
- Clinical Psychology, Chicago School of Professional Psychology
- Law, William & Mary Law School
- Economic Policy Analysis, DePaul University
- Medicine, Tufts University
- Business, Illinois State University
- Psychology, Kent State University
- Education, National University
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Arianna Timko '11
While at Knox, Arianna pursued undergraduate research and social activism in the areas of sexuality, sexual violence, and survivor advocacy. She recently graduated with a master's in rehabilitation counseling and psychology and is beginning work on her Psy.D. in clinical psychology.
Vince Singleton '03
The freedom Vince felt to explore all of his interests -- three sports, studying abroad, cartoonist for the student newspaper, a law enforcement internship -- was crucial to preparing him for the challenges he has faced in filmmaking.
P. Christopher Earley '80
Knox provided P. Christopher with non-traditional educational opportunities, like an independent research project that took him to England, Europe, and Ghana. Those experiences led to his passion for international and cross-cultural work and his decision to pursue a career in academia.