Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI) Senior Fellow Juliana Geran Pilon and her husband Roger Pilon, member of the AHI’s Board of Academic Advisors, participated in the University of Chicago’s Ninth Annual Career Conference for graduate students and postdocs on April 6, 2018.  The Pilons, who between them have five U of C degrees in philosophy – Juliana’s three (BA, MA, and PhD) and two of Roger’s (MA and PhD) in philosophy  – addressed over a hundred participants. While Roger spoke on a panel contrasting careers in think tanks, government, and academia, Juliana was rewarded for her multifaceted career path with the honor of a Keynote conversation. Her interviewer was David Nirenberg, the Executive Vice Provost  and Edgar D. Jannotta Distinguished Service Professor of Medieval History and Social Thought.  Many students came up to them both after their presentations to thank them for reinforcing the message that studying the classics of Western Civilization is excellent preparation for a wide range of careers, to say nothing of life as such.