Resources & Opportunities

Doing what biochemists do. 

Research Opportunities at Beloit

You learn best by doing, and it doesn’t hurt if you get paid at the same time! Opportunities for students to do research for credit or salary abound both during the summer and the academic year. This includes opportunities at Beloit College, in summer research programs, off-campus programs, and worldwide.

Current on-campus research includes such areas as the mechanism of cellular aging, in vivo expression of proteins, biochemical evolution of the genetic code, and the sexual development of guinea pigs. Research by four undergraduates at Beloit on excretion of vitamin C was reported on the front page of USA Today.

Off-campus, students do research at national labs and at distinguished companies, universities, and hospitals throughout the world.

Read more student work completed by biochemistry majors at Beloit.

Health Professions Advisory Committee

The Health Professions Advisory Committee at Beloit assists students in developing an academic plan to reach their goal of admission to a health career preparation program of their choice through advising and organized programs. Please use the navigation to the left to learn more information about preparing for a career in a health profession.

Student Grant Request for Science Conference Travel

Are you interested in attending or presenting your original research at a scientific conference, but need assistance in funding your conference travel? Check with your advisor about possible funding opportunities and fill out the student grant request for science conference travel.

Professor of Chemistry Ted Gries shows students how to perform an experiment in his lab in the Sa... Professor of Chemistry Ted Gries shows students how to perform an experiment in his lab in the Sanger Center for the Sciences.

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