Aaron Adams ’12 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.
Justin Doutrich ’09 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.
Darrin Foltz ’12 is currently employed at the Elmwood Park Zoo, where he works in zoo education.
Shiloe Mokay ’08 is pursuing her master’s degree at the University of Wurzburg and teaching a class called Modern Thinkers. Study abroad in Lille, France and the Gambia as well as French and Politics classes like International Law and Human Rights with Emil Nagengast have most helped her in her current role as graduate student and professor.
Bennett Rea ’11 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.
Tristan Reid ’12, who minored in philosophy at Juniata, is employed as a business technology analyst at Deloitte Consulting, LLP, in Camp Hill, Pa. His position is in IT project management.
Shawn Rumery ’08 is currently teaching English and advising student government at the Wroclaw University of Economics in Poland. Brad Andrew was his mentor at Juniata.
Mary (Gardiner) Stephan ’07 is pursuing her master’s degree in politics and government at Illinois State University. A leave of absence has enabled her to also teach English in South Korea, which is her current role. She teaches students and teachers who would like to learn various subjects in English. The key to her success has been studying abroad and the encouragement she received to do so by Xinli Wang and Emil Nagengast.