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This August, the Geology Department welcomed its newest faculty member, James “Jay” Zambito. A paleoclimatologist, Jay specializes in studying how climate change affects ecosystems.
In an article for Swimming World Magazine, Kaylie Williams’21 writes about how Beloit's Swimming and Diving teams aim to create an inclusive dynamic in—and out—of the pool.
The annual Weissberg Alumni Career Panel gives current students an opportunity to talk and network with alumni who are advocating for human rights and social justice in their professions.
We’ll help you discover your interests and cultivate your skills, so you can craft a personalized education that steers you towards remarkable success.
Apply to join a unique and fulfilling work environment, where close collaboration among students, faculty, and staff provides numerous opportunities for growth.
Through your generous donations—large or small—we’re able to continue our mission of empowering students to lead fulfilling lives of purposeful consequence.
A decommissioned power plant becomes a student union, recreation center, and athletic facility. Opening in 2019, this innovative and eco-friendly building will be a conduit for the campus and Beloit community to work, train, eat, and play together.