7 (Of the Many!) Ways Our Grads Are Finding Success After Knox
1. Some are in grad school.
- Ph.D. Student, Washington University - St. Louis. Evan M. Balzuweit '14.
2. Some work in education.
- Software Development Instructor, Dev Bootcamp. Ellie Poley '10.
- Assistant Professor, Southwestern University. Carin Perilloux '03.
- Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Yaa Akosa Antwi '02.
- Associate Professor of Mathematics, Transylvania University. Ryan Stuffelbeam '98.
- Associate Professor of Economics, Elmira College. Mariam Khawar Spear '91.
3. Some work in software engineering and design.
- Software Engineer, Microsoft. Lauren Harris '14.
- Software Engineer, IBM. Kathleen Chalas '13.
- Software Engineer, Yammer, Inc. Ojaswirajanya Thebe '09.
- Software Engineer, UX Developer, EPAM Systems. Yvonne I. Ramirez Takane '08.
- Senior Technical Architect, AHEAD. Michael Caplan '06.
4. Some work with information technology and communication.
- Technical Consultant, Perficient. Avinab Rajbhandary '14.
- Application Specialist, Fieldglass, Inc. Mary E. Brennan '13.
- Director of Web Development and Digital Media Solutions, Infobase Learning. Chris Plapp '02.
- Information and Communications Technologies Coordinator, Millennium Villages Project, Columbia University. Matthew Berg '00.
5. Some take on leadership positions.
- Founder/CEO/CFO/President, Craig Technologies. Carol Craig '89.
- VP Special Projects/IT Supervisor and Social Media Coordinator, Scientific Device Laboratory. Steven Lipton '88.
- President and Founder, ICEX, Professor, Boston University School of Management. Richard Swanborg '76.
6. Some work in a variety of fields outside of computer science.
- Head of Project Management Office, Bloomberg Tradebook. Nikhil Krishnaswamy '00.
- Business Unit Leader, Hospital to Home APAC. Fernando Javier Erazo '01.
- Director of Fiscal Operations, Millikin University. Ruby Brase '88.
7. One even co-wrote the BASIC programming language.
- Co-author, BASIC Programming Language and Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at Dartmouth University. Thomas Kurtz '50.