After Beloit


Mark Anderson’17

From Physics to Food Safety in a Candy Factory

Mark Anderson’17 graduated from Beloit College as a physics major, but much as he liked the brain work involved, he wanted a career where the impact on people would be more immediately clear. Today he works in food safety at Badger Murphy.

Jonathan Palmer ’19 in the chemistry lab holding pipet and vial

Designing molecules to be better medicines

Jonathan Palmer’19 uses chemistry to discover molecules that could become effective drugs.

Larkin Miers ’17 biochemistry

Infection Prevention: COVID-19 and beyond

Larkin Miers’17 describes how Beloit prepared her for her current role as an Infection Preventionist

Bobby Harris’08 is site director for an innovative center that provides shelter and care for people with Covid.

Meeting People Where They Are

Bobby Harris’08 is part of a diverse, multidisciplinary team serving Baltimore’s most vulnerable citizens during the pandemic. He was drawn to public health as a way of fighting social injustice.

Shanna Dell’10 opted to take a clinical post during the pandemic so she could care for sick people the way she would want to be treated.

Fighting Covid on Multiple Fronts

Public health professional Shanna Dell’10 typically works with nurse-centered HIV pre-exposure prevention, but Covid has changed everything. In her new roles, she’s taking inspiration from fellow nurses who were working with HIV patients long before the disease’s transmission was understood.

Acclaimed biologist Mark Moffett’79, described as a “daring eco-adventurer,” has photographed and researched ants, tree canopies, and frogs, just to name a few of his subjects. His new book is about what we can learn about human societies from the animal kingdom.

The Human Swarm

A new book by Mark Moffett’79 takes the biologist’s epic insight about insects and animals and uses it to think about human societies.

Angela Moten Russell’99 lead diversity and inclusion efforts at CUNA Mutual Group.

Game Changer

After studying biochemistry at Beloit, Angela Moten Russell’99 planned to become a pediatrician. But she discovered an interest in public health and social justice that led her down a surprising path in a corporate setting.


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