Classics major John Miller, III ’60 taught Philosophy at Radford College (1965-1966), University of Florida (1966-1969), Chapman College's Semester at Sea (Fall, 1969), North Texas State University (1970-1989), University of Pittsburgh's Semester at Sea (Fall, 1970), and St. Petersburg Jr. College and Hillsborough Community College since 1970.
Classics major Barry Kerchner ’61 is thinking about retiring after fifty years in the legal field. Barry has held the Assistant District Attorney position in Montgomery County, PA and then Assistant US Attorney in Philadelphia. He returned to private practice in Pottstown, PA.
Today he is an attorney active on several zoning boards and not satisfied with sitting still very long has obtained his FAA license to fly as a private pilot.
Classics major Ken Diable ’68 received his Ph.D. in Old Testament at Drew University in 2007. He has completely retired as and ELCA pastor after 40 years but continues to teach 5 postulants at St. Francis University in PA. The subjects are Ancient Philosophy with an emphasis on the Greeks and Romans, Medieval Philosophy focusing on the Greek and Roman Philosophers.
Classics major Scott Morschauser ’77 received his M.A. at John Hopkins University in 1980 as well as his Ph.D. in 1987 in Near Eastern Studies and Egyptology. He also received his M. Div., from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1991. Scott taught at John Hopkins from 1987-1988, Princeton Seminary in 1994, and at Rowan University from 1994 to present.
Scott is Professor of Ancient and Medieval History and has published a book entitled "Threat-Formulae in Ancient Egypt"(1994) Ed. with Ann Kort, and journal articles: "Biblical Literature and Related Studies in Honor of Samuel Iwry Published Articles" in The Journal of Biblical Literature, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Studien zur altagyptischen Kultur, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, Journal of Film and Religion Ordained pastor in Presbyterian Church U.S.A.
Scott was also the Pastor of Bethany Presbyterian Church, 1991-2002.
Classics major Darren Poley ’90 continued his studies earning his M.A. in Religion from The Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary and his M.S. in Library and Information Science from Drexel University. Since 1998 he has been a librarian at Falvey Memorial Library, Villanova University. He currently is the Associate Director for Research Services and Scholarly Engagement, as well as the theology, humanities & classical studies librarian. He has also been a regular faculty adjunct at Villanova from 2000 to the present, including now teaching in the Augustine and Culture Seminar Program.
Classics major Tam Atwood ’93 has worked in public television in a variety of rolls for over 20 years. He currently works as the Director of Business and Data Analytics at WGBH Educational Foundation.
Classics major Elizabeth Tee ’94 has run her own public relations company, Troncossi Public Relations of 16 years in Bermuda.
Classics major Amy Yarnell ’05 recently finished her last qualifying exam, and is now ABD in the Classical Studies Department at Indiana University-Bloomington.