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2013-2014 Annual Report


Voices from Japan: Cities in Transition Blog


Congratulations to the following students who have been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to help support study abroad in fall 2014: Maddie Hallberg - Class of 2016, who will be in Morocco studying elements of Moroccan textile design and how globalization impacts the textile industry; to Milica Mihajlovic - Class of 2016, who will be studying literature and history in Russia; and to Rikako Nishimura - Class of 2016, who will study veganism and the Russian language in Moscow.


Beloit College is pleased to announce a new student exchange agreement with Rikkyo University in Tokyo, Japan. The exchange of students will begin in academic year 2015/16. 


In May, Beloit College joined the Generation Study Abroad campaign, pledging to increase, diversify, and strengthen study abroad participation.


[Edgeware Road by Emily Starck'14]

Congratulations to Emily Starck'14 for placing 2nd in the ACM's 2013-14 Photo Contest, Places Category!  Her photo entitled Edgware Road and other winners can be seen here. 


Time Line of Beloit College's International History, 1846-2010.


Book published by Beloit faculty
Stylus Press has released Integrating Study Abroad into the Curriculum: Theory and Practice across the Disciplines. 
The book features examples of teaching from the Beloit College campus as well as Kalamazoo College, and has contributions from Marion Fass (Biology), Nan[Integrating Study Abroad into the Curriculum]cy Krusko (Anthropology), Pablo Toral (International Relations), Daniel Youd (Chinese) and Elizabeth Brewer (International Education), who co-edited the book with Kiran Cunningham, Kalamazoo College.