After Graduation -- Alumni
Nathania Johnson (2011) currently lives in Geoghang, South Korea, and teaches English at the Chungdahm Institute.
Adrian Matthews (2010) joined Intern Latin America, studying Spanish in Medellin, Colombia, and volunteering with FIFA to help stage the Under-20 World Cup of soccer. He moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and works at a counseling agency as a behavioral support for children with developmental, behavioral, and emotional disorders. Adrian has participated in a project in Tijuana, Mexico, called Esperanza, to build homes.
Kels Ginikos (2010) interned for a year at The Fabri-Form Company. In February of 2011 she accepted a job at Cardinal Health in Dublin, Ohio, and recently accepted a promotion in the Pharmaceutical Contracts and Pricing department.
Hugh Martin (2009) recently received his MFA in creative writing from Arizona State University and will be a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University in the fall of 2012. He has taught composition and creative writing classes, and he spent the summer of 2011 teaching introductory creative writing at the National University of Singapore.
His first book, The Stick Soldiers, won the A. Poulin Jr. Poetry Prize and will be released through BOA Editions Ltd. in March of 2013.
Levi Shaw (2009) was the pitching coach for the Muskies and a substitute teacher after graduating from Muskingum, and then he entered the Marine Corps Officer Candidate's School. He has been a Second Lieutenant since March of 2011 as an artillery officer.
Todd Warhola (2008) spent some time working in Cleveland before moving to St. Joseph, Missouri. Currently, he is teaching English to children in Seoul, South Korea. He is married to Meg Thompson (2004).
Whit Arnold (2008) Following graduation, Whit Arnold began working in Los Angeles for the daytime talk show, “The Bonnie Hunt Show.” After two seasons, he left the show and moved to the Republic of Korea to teach English. Currently, he teaches at an adult language institute called Min Byung Chul in Bucheon, South Korea.
Meg Thompson (2004) After graduating from West Virginia University with an MFA in creative writing, Meg Thompson taught English at Missouri Western State University for four years. Currently she teaches in Seoul, South Korea, with her husband, Todd Warhola (2008). Her poetry and prose have appeared in journals such as South Dakota Review, elimae, and Harpur Palate.
Erin Stevic (2002) completed an MA in Early American Culture from the University of Delaware through the Winterthur Museum, returned to Muskingum as an adjunct professor of history in 2004, and spent four years as curator of the Windsor Historical Society in Windsor, Connecticut. She is currently a contract curator whose most recent project was an exhibition celebrating Muskingum’s 175th anniversary.