Class of '14: Economics Major
I have spent my time at Beloit College thus far expanding my horizons both through academics as well as through extra-curricular and employment opportunities. I am currently serving as Financier of the Beloit Public Health Initiative and VP-Finance of the Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta, and have been employed as a Fixed Income Investment Intern at Aberdeen Asset Management, as well as an Strategic Analyst Intern at the Center for Entrepreneurship in Liberal Education at Beloit. These experiences have given me necessary exposure to corporate culture and the applications of academic and classroom skills in alternate environments, and have taught me the importance of adaptability that is inherent to a liberal arts background. Upon graduation in December, I hope to pursue a career in Finance, though I look to continue to learn about all the field offers before solidifying a subsection in which to focus.
Class of '15: International Political Economy and Sociology Double Major
As a senior economics and sociology double major, I have had the opportunity to work with amazing professors and classmates who have sparked my interest in both quantitative and qualitative research. I have had the opportunity to work on research projects both on campus and in Vietnam, in addition to my work with Belmark Associates. I have been able to gain further professional experience as a Senior Intern for the Admissions office and as a Duffy Partnerships Intern at the Rock County Council on Aging. Upon my graduation in May, I hope to continue my passion for research. My other interests on campus include Cross Country, Track, and programming for the Beloit College radio station, WBCR.
Class of ’15: Economics and International Relations Double Major
My education at Beloit College for the past three years has been enriched by intensive academic works and challenging research and working experiences. I worked full-time at the Cato Institute as a research assistant intern during my junior year vocation term, and spent the past summer with the Financial Market Working Group at Mercatus Center as a research intern. These research experiences have practiced my skills of quantitative and qualitative research, given me the opportunity to apply academic learnings to office-setting environment, and led me to discover my passions in Economics research. Currently, I work at the International Admissions Office as a Senior Intern. Upon my graduation in May 2015, I hope to pursue a PhD degree in Financial Economics or Macroeconomics.