- Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Some people make a point to exercise or eat right daily, but Rebecca Hazelton Stafford has set out to write a poem every day throughout the month of October as part of an activity with her friends.
- Wednesday, October 12, 2011
The work of Assistant Art Professor Scott Espesethis currently on exhibition in Brooklyn, N.Y.’s SUGAR gallery (http://sugarbushwick.com/home.html) as part of a series of both single and two-person shows His work currently on display includes drawings in both graphite and ballpoint pen.
- Tuesday, October 4, 2011
In his 30-plus year career at Beloit, Chemistry Professor George Lisensky has worked with about one student per semester and summer on countless research projects including ones on hydrogen-powered fuel cells, renewable energy, and nanoparticles.
- Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Do you know who Iraq’s political figures are? What about how many international airports it has?
Readers can find out everything there is to know about the Middle Eastern country when Beth Dougherty’s second edition to A Historical Dictionary of Iraq is expected to hit shelves next year.
- Tuesday, September 20, 2011
“All’s Not Fair in Love – it’s War!” “Be Loved, Be Prey, Be Eaten.”
Those are some of the captivating titles under consideration for an upcoming series on animal behavior that Biology Professor Ken Yasukawa is editing this year.
- Tuesday, September 13, 2011
A group of Beloit College students will be heading to Jamaica this December as part of the anthropology department’s first-ever field school in the country.
- Monday, September 12, 2011
Pablo Toral’s recently published, Multinational Enterprises in Latin America since the 1990s, marks the associate professor of international relations’ third book since 2001. Released in June by Palgrave Macmillan, the book explores the impact and contributions of multinational corporations in Latin America and analyzes such questions as whether or not they helped these countries to develop and reduce poverty rates.
- Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Conducting research on the physiological effects of high heels versus flats is one of the ways Kathryn Johnson has engaged her own students, but this summer she worked on ways to make science more of an involved learning process for future college students as well.