After Beloit


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Mustafa Quadir’20 at work in the lab, with his professor and peer.

On the Job, Applying Skills Developed at Beloit College

Mustafa Quadir’20, an associate scientist at the pharmaceutical company PPD, relies daily on skills developed at Beloit College to collaborate with colleagues.

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Sabrina Sanchez’17

Looking Upstream to Understand Disparities in Health Outcomes

Sabrina Sanchez’17 is pursuing graduate studies to better understand and fix the structural factors that result in health outcome disparities.

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Caitlin Rankin’14

Central question

Why did residents of what’s now Cahokia, Illinois, abandon their thriving settlement a millennium ago?

Geoarchaeologist Caitlin Rankin’14 and her colleagues are untangling this mystery with the latest tools, an interdisciplinary mindset, and a willingness to challenge long-held assumptions.

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Quinn Tahon’21, standing, second from right, with graduating museum studies students and museum staff.

Gaining the Skills, Independence, and Confidence Needed for a Professional Career

Nurtured by supportive relationships with faculty and staff and equipped with both industry-specific and transferable skills, Quinn Tahon’21 is well on his way toward a career in the world of academic and cultural institutions.

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Dan Weyl’10

Partnering to Advance Social Justice

As an undergraduate at Beloit College, Dan Weyl’10 sought to apply his anthropology studies to social justice. Today, as a co-founder of Four Corners Global Consulting Group, LLC, he and his partners work with non-profit organizations in the U.S. and abroad to help them maximize their social impact.

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Hannah Fisher’20

From Experiential Learning to Career Preparation

An anthropology major and education and youth studies minor, Hannah Fisher’s studies and career trajectory have been deeply influenced by experiential learning.

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Drew Agnew (’18) and AmySue Greiff (18)

Beloit Anthropology alums featured for the Society for American Archaeology’s “Paper of the Month”

Alums discuss the politics of archaeological knowledge production

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