have been accepted at some of the nation's finest law schools,
Harvard, Yale, William & Mary, and Boston University. Several
graduates have enrolled in M.A. or doctoral programs in history,
ministerial studies, and archeology. Others have entered the field of
history or received degrees in library science. Some have pursued
in law enforcement, business, and the military.
Here is a sample
of what ENC History Department graduates have done. (See also, Latest Alumni
Akers ('47) is professor emeritus, Oakland University. Among his
books is a classic biography of Abigail Adams (revised version published
by W. W. Norton & Co.)
Yoji Akashi ('55)
is professor of history emeritus at Japan's Nazan University.
('57) has been a history professor at the University of Wisconsin-Eau
since the early 1960s. He has served as department chair, director of
honors program, and coordinator for the Network for Excellence
Schubert ('58) after receiving his J.D. from Yale University School
of Law, went on to become a top executive for Bethlehem Steel Corp. He
has served as Undersecretary of Labor, President of the American Red
founding president of the Thousand Points of Light Foundation, chair of
the Peter F. Drucker Foundation, and vice chair of
the Josephson Institute
for the Advancement of Ethics.
Hobson ('64) has had a distinguished career with
of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. From
1996-2000, he was Canadian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, with concurrent
accreditation to Yemen, Oman and Bahrain.In addition, he has been
to the Canadian Delegation to the GATT in Geneva (1979-83), the OECD in
Paris (1987-91), and as Minister-Counsellor for Economic and Trade
at the Canadian Embassy in Washington (1991-93). In Ottawa, he served
Director General, Export and Import Controls Bureau (1993-96), in which
capacity he was responsible for policy development and administration
Canada’s import and export controls, and was chief negotiator for
bilateral agreements on textiles and clothing, and in the negotiation
of the post-Cold War multilateral export controls agreement on military
and dual use goods. Currently, he is a Fellow at the Centre for Foreign
Policy Studies at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Ward ('66) earned a Ph.D. in music from the University of Texas at
Austin and is the classical music critic for the Houston Chronicle.
('65) has worked for the United Nations of over thirty years. He is
director in the Divisional for Sustainable
('67) is a professional actor who has portrayed conservationist John
at Yosemite National Park for over twenty years.
He is also a member of
the Mariposa [CA] County Board of
Yerdon ('70) was executive director of Hancock Shaker Village for
years. He is now president of Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth, NH. He is
currently president of the New England Museum
('73) is executive director of the Bible Society of Maine.
Niblett ('76) is senior vice president and director, Social Change
Group of the Academy for Educational Development. He
was deputy assistant
administrator, Bureau for Food and Humanitarian Assistance, USAID
the George H. W. Bush administration. Before moving to
he was president, Niblett/Devine, Inc. and also served as the
head of public
relations for the Gilette Razor Blade Division.
('82) has been a career officer in the U.S. Army. He has taught history
at West Point.
David Stewart ('87) is associate professor of history at Hillsdale
College. He is the author of two books.
('88) is senior vice president of the Wellesley, MA office of Morgan
('89) received his J.D. from Yale University School of Law and is head
and Exchange Commission's
Boston District Office.
Hilary Gettman ('92)
received her degree from Harvard University School of Law in 1995 and
as an attorney for the Washington, D.C. firm of Sutherland Asbill &
Brennan. She is currently completing a PhD in industrial/organizational
psychology at the University of Maryland.
('92) received his law degree from Boston University School of Law and
is involved in the entertainment industry. He is a studio owner and
and has been executive producer for some of Wyclef Jean's CDs.
Farrell ('94) senior pastor of the Bethel Church of the Nazarene.
is completing his D.Min. at Asbury Theological Seminary.
Amy Brown ('95) has taught 7th grade
World Geography since 1998 in the Plymouth, MA public school system. In
2008 Amy won the John
Reilly excellence in teaching award as the Massachusetts Geography
teacher of the year.
Gschwandtner ('96) received her PhD in philosophy from DePaul
She is a professor of philosophy at the University of Scranton.
('99) has been working with the Harvard AIDS Institute, currently as
program coordinator of the KITSO AIDS Training Program in Botswana.
('99) completed his law degree at the University of Toronto,
where he was
a Blakes Scholar. After working as an attorney for Blake Cassels &
Graydon LLP in Toronto, he founded his own firm, Patriquin Law,
in small business solutions.
Eric Skidmore ('00)
after working on Howard Dean's campaign in NH and Maine, he was hired
the 21st Century Democrats,
a Washington D.C. PAC.
Hendon ('01) completed her J.D. at William and
Mary School of Law in
May 2004 and is working as an attorney at the Georgia Public Defender
('02) is doing oral history in Fairbanks, AK where he serves as
History Project coordinator.
Kim ('04) is a student at Calvary Bible College &