After Beloit


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Marcos Arroyo’16, left, and Bob Norris’66 met when Norris visited an environmental studies class on campus. Since then, the two have become good friends.

Kindred spirits across five decades

Bob Norris’66 and Marcos Arroyo’16 consider each other close friends, talking for hours on the phone every few months. Although they graduated 50 years apart, these Beloiters have…

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Grace Scott’22 in her film Grenadine

Grace Scott’22 selected to present at prestigious international dance film festival

Grace Scott, who graduated magna cum laude with a biochemistry major this past May, had her dance film Grenadine chosen from among the scores of submissions to the

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Ron Watson, Dan Murphy ’08, and Steven Soli ’22, Health & Healing Channel logo

H&H Channel Spotlight #1

In this series of Health & Healing Channel spotlights we will profile a current faculty or staff member, an alum, and a current student.

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Kaela Evans19 works with a fellow peer in the lab.

Making a positive difference

Newly minted chemical engineer Kaela Evans’19 (BS’21, Washington University) is passionate about doing good in the world and paying it forward.

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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.

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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

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Panelist De’Wight Walker’17 advises students to “be flexible and power through tough times.”

Channeling your passions into a career

An anthropologist, political scientist, and classics major walk into healthcare careers. Seven alumni share advice on how they translated their Beloit education into unexpected positions in healthcare.

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