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After Beloit


Students attend an alumni panel on “Unexpected Career Trajectories” hosted by the Worldbuilding Career Channel.

Students and Alumni Discuss “Unexpected Career Trajectories”

Beloit College alumni joined current students for a conversation about how their humanities majors—from Religious Studies to Modern Languages and Literatures—prepared them to navigate new and exciting career paths, helping them adapt to fields as diverse as autism consulting, fiction writing, financial investment, and advising experiential learning.

Marlena Fraune’13 headshot

Freeing You from Unrewarding Tasks

In which ways and in which contexts can advances in technology improve the quality of human lives? Learn with psychologist Marlena Fraune’13.

Kurt Sundstrom’87 inside the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Kalil House

It Was the Best: Learning to Read, Write, and Think Critically

Kurt Sundstrom’87 arrived at Beloit thinking he might pursue medicine. He left devoted to the humanities, which helps explain his role today as Senior Curator at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH.

Ben Katz led the Beloit Fiction Journal’s editorial team last year.

Putting pen to paper

As he transitions from college to career, Ben Katz’21 hopes to combine his interests in public service with writing in the nonprofit sector — and pen stories for literary journals on the side.

Joe Breiter

How persistence, a pandemic, and the New Yorker magazine spurred a degree at 61

“I’m like a lot of people who are sort of reassessing their existence during the pandemic.”

Zoila M. Ganuza Hoaglund, ’05, Ph.D., NCSP

From Mentee to Mentor at Beloit and Beyond

Zoila M. Ganuza Hoaglund’05, Ph.D., NCSP, was inspired by summer research and the support of one special professor at Beloit to pursue her dreams. Today, she inspires other students from underrepresented backgrounds to pursue scholarship and advanced careers.

In this watercolor painting, Joselyn Lutdke’14 visualizes her interdisciplinary approach to integrated art education.

Alumni Integrating Art and Education at Beloit and Beyond

While at Beloit, a film class with a beloved professor transformed how Joselyn Ludtke’00 thought about visual analysis, writing, and history. Now, she’s an innovative teacher who integrates art into the curriculum.


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