An education founded on the study of Classics prepares one for a wide and interesting variety of career paths. Currently, approximately one third of our alumni are in the field of education, ranging from early childhood to college. Over a tenth of our alumni are in law-related fields of work. The rest are scattered among non-profits, the arts, business, health professions, science, and more. Take a look at what some of our alumni have been doing!
Samantha Wallace - 2011
Molly Mayfield Barbee - 2001
Molly earned her MDiv degree from Harvard Divinity School in 2004, then served as Assistant Director of Development for a non-profit organization, Peace X Peace, for five years. Along with her husband, she is now a Foreign Service Officer with the State Department. They have lived in Sudan, Montreal, and Iraq.
John Michael Shea - 1992
Having received his JD from the University of Colorado in 2001, Mike works as an attorney for the U.S. District Court, District of Colorado.
Andrea Nixon - 1989
With her MA from George Washington University and her PhD from the University of Minnesota, Andrea is an educational researcher who works at Carleton College. She conducts educational research projects that are designed to examine the efficacy of curricular and research support available to students and faculty.
Jim Anderson - 1973
Jim earned both his MA and his PhD from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and is the Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor of Classics at the University of Georgia. He is also Director of the University of Georgia's Classics Study Abroad Program in Rome each summer.
Noel Lenski Professor of Classics & History at Yale University
- Noel received his BA in Classics from Colorado College, (1989). He followed up with his MA & PhD at Princeton University. (1995)
- He returned to Colorado to teach at the University of Colorado in Boulder for nearly two decades before joining the faculty at Yale
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