Alexander Weimer' 13, Biology and Philosophy (minor), now in PH.D program of Biology at University of Oregon, Eugene.
Aaron Adams ’12, Philosophy (distinction in philosophy), is currently pursuing a master’s degree in government and public service at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas. He was accepted to all of the five schools to which he applied.
Marie Boller '12, Health Sciences and Philosophy, will attend Albert Einstein College of Medicine, in Bronx NY in the fall of 2013. She was accepted by all five medical schools she applied for and two of them awarded her substantial financial aid based on her accomplishments. She has secured three prestigious scholarships to help her cover the full tuitions for the medical school (not common for medical school students at all).
Tristan Reid ’12, IT and Philosophy (double majors), is employed as a business technology analyst at Deloitte Consulting, LLP, in Camp Hill, Pa. His position is in IT project management. For his current project of implementing Obamacare at the state level, he serves as the team's "thinker out of box", thanks to his intensive philosophy training at the college.
Darrin Foltz ’12, Wild Life Conservation and Philosophy (minor), is currently employed at the Elmwood Park Zoo, where he works in zoo education.
Philip Legres '12, IT and Philosophy (minor), is a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon University studying human-computer interaction.
Kenneth Noga '11, Philosophy and Art History (distinction in philosophy), currently studies environmental laws in Vermont Law School (the best environmental law program in the nation), South Roylton, VT.
Bennett Rea ’11, Politics and Philosophy (minor), is currently working as a film writer, assistant and an extra. How does philosophy relate to it? “It definitely helped me to see the world and employment in a new way. And the writing skills and reasoning I've learned have been helpful in problem solving as an assistant and in writing in a creative sense,” Bennett says.
Chase Haven '11, Biochemistry and Philosophy (minor), is a Ph. D student of chemistry at Vermont University.
Jessica Fisher '10, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, is finishing her study at a law school.
Justin Doutrich ’09, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, after finished his master degree in politics, is employed as an agent at American General Life and Accident Insurance Company, a position he was well-prepared for thanks to a POE that included philosophy, politics and economics.
Brandon Grim '08, Literature and Philosophy, graduated from Widener School of Law in Harrisburg, PA.
Shawn Rumery ’08, Philosophy, Politics and Economics, is currently teaching English and advising student government at the Wroclaw University of Economics in Poland.
Ryan Hamilton '08, Philosophy and English Studies, after three year service in AmeriCorps in Hawaii as VISTA volunteer coordinator, started to pursue a law degree at Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, since 2011.
Mary (Gardiner) Stephan ’07, Philosophy and Human Rights Studies, finished her master’s degree in politics and government at Illinois State University. A leave of absence had enabled her to also teach English in South Korea for a few years. The key to her success has been studying abroad and the encouragement she received to do so by her academic advisors Professor Xinli Wang and Professor Emil Nagengast. She will start her study at Princeton Theological Seminary in the fall of 2013 for her second master degree.
Seth Robertson '07, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, after teaching English in S. Korea for three years, just finished his MA in Philosophy at University of Houston. He is admitted into the Ph.D. program in Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma and will start his Doctor degree in the fall of 2013.
Erica Vinson '07, Psychology and Philosophy (minor), is a Ph.D. student of Clinic Psychology at State University of New York at Oswegoat.
Michael Purnell '07, Philosophy and Religion, finished his study at Wesley Theological Seminary, W. D.C., and is a pastor.