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Student Work


Biology students practice their learning in many ways.

Serve as a teaching assistant

McKensie Finan (left) serving as a Teaching Assistant.McKensie Finan (left) serving as a Teaching Assistant.

Tutor other students

Lydia Wilson (on left) tutoring a student.Lydia Wilson (on left) tutoring a student.

Work in the greenhouse

Emma Koeppel working in greenhouse.Emma Koeppel working in greenhouse. Credit: Trevor Johnson

Stories

Seva Poitevin-Mills ’21 pictured above in Ghana.

Practicing and Learning about Public Health in Ghana

This week the Office of International Education sat down with Seva Poitevin-Mills ’21 to talk about studying and interning Ghana last fall. Poitevin worked at the West Africa Aids Foundation while abroad. In our conversation, she discusses the intersections of practicing and learning about public health while in Ghana. 

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Seakguech’s first trip in New Zealand to Milford Sound

From Beloit to New Zealand & Cambodia: Preserving the planet, one endangered plant at a time

Seakguech Sok’21, an environmental biology major and lover of plants and flowers, is studying abroad in New Zealand and traveled to her home country of Cambodia to work on making the world a greener place, one plant at a time. Guech came to Beloit College as a SHE-CAN scholar.

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Lauren Glaser’20

Rigorous Academics and Group Work

Lauren Glaser’20, through opportunities to play basketball and join a sorority, recognized how to best work as a part of a team, a skill she will take into her work in pre-health.

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Everett Baxter’19 enjoying a bike ride with fellow students while studying abroad at Akita International University in Japan.

Biology research in Japan

Despite seeming unlikely at first, Everett Baxter’19 was able to assist with biology research while studying abroad in Japan.

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Rachel Bergstrom

Rachel and Charlie get mindful about STEM

As part of the McNair Scholars program, Charlie Holguin’20 and Professor Rachel Bergstrom looked at the intersections of mindfulness and group work in STEM classrooms, with the aim of making STEM more inclusive.

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Emily Sneed’17 holding one of her research sloths

Biological research during study abroad

Emily Sneed ’17 researched sloth behavior during her study abroad experience in Costa Rica.

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