Heinrich and Storr

What is Liberal Arts Education and Why Do We Need it Today?

The world needs an education that works. Three alumni working in three different sectors - business, non-profit, and higher education - discuss how a liberal arts education has diversified and enhanced their work experiences.

Lea Krohn (’05)

Accelerate your search with a strong resume and LinkedIn profile

Two alumni offer resume and LinkedIn advice

Student and alumni network during the 34th Econ Day (2019)

The secret sauce to enhancing your professional network

Professional networking with alumni Kejia Patterson’15 and Aidan Whinnery ’16

Shivangi Ambardar’21

Shivangi Ambardar ’21

Since freshman year, I had attended all Miller Upton Forum Keynotes on campus and looked forward to the day when I would be in a room with a Nobel Laureate.

Ulysses Smith ’13, Investment Advisor Representative for Primerica

A conversation on investment management with Ulysses Smith (’13) and Bob Gray

Aaron Bauhs ’05

Thinking Like a Designer

The Business and Entrepreneurship Career Channel held the first of two workshops hosted by Aaron Bauhs, ’05, Associate Partner with IBM Consulting, in late October.


A Dream turned into Reality

Yucheng Tu 21’ a Business Economics major had been wanting to start a clothing business of his own since he was in high school.

Salma Mohammad Ali ’21

Salma Mohammad Ali’21 interns remotely at Filene Research Institute

Salma Mohammad Ali’21 highlights Filene internship

Greg Hopper ’80 giving a talk on Investing Strategy to Investment Club members and econ majors and faculty at Beloit College, Feb 6th. 2020

Being an Investor While in College, Why Not?

Mashfik Siddique ’20 and Saugat Pandey ’21 found a place for students to become investors while still in college.

Garrett Cornelius Moore, Kelly Elizabeth McLean, and Beryl Sibyl Odonkor sharing their networking experiences.

Advice From the Wise Networkers

Not knowing an effective way to create a wider network for internships and jobs? Ask the seniors!