Press freedom advocate Joel Simon, Beloit’s 2019 Weissberg Chair, was a catalyst for exploring the role of journalists and the growing movement to silence them.
After participating in the Public Health Scholars Training Program this past summer, Alexandria Kohn'19 is working on campus to raise awareness of issues regarding mass incarceration.
Professor Pablo Toral is as passionate about the natural world as he is about his students. Using a canoe as his classroom, Pablo helps his students fall in love with the world around them.
After discovering his love for the coast in the Peace Corps, Todd Braje'98 now works for the California Academy of Sciences researching when and how humans arrived in the Americas.
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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.