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After Beloit


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.

Krista Robbins’14 designed her own major at Beloit and continues to push disciplinary boundaries in her work as a therapist.

Interdisciplinary Education Transforms Approaches to Therapy

Krista Robbins’14 is at the cutting edge in her doctoral program at Purdue University, bringing anthropological approaches to the mental health profession. She credits Beloit for fostering her interdisciplinary passions.

Grace Holdinghaus’14

Grace Holdinghaus’14, Game Developer, Fantasy Flight Games

Beloit alum creates other worlds as a game designer.


Alumni Authors: Lisa Ampleman’00, poet and editor

Since graduating from Beloit with a major in Creative Writing, Lisa Ampleman has published three volumes of poetry, appeared on Poetry Daily and Verse Daily, and is the managing editor of the Cincinnati Review. She began developing her writing talent and editing skills for the English department’s literary magazine, Pocket Lint, and the college’s student newspaper, the Round Table.


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