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Gisela Sarabia-Sandoval’22

Gaining Resilience on the Way to a Career in Public Policy

International Relations major and SEL scholar, Gisela Sarabia-Sandoval’22 is acquiring the knowledge, experiences, and skills - academic, personal, and professional - needed for a career in public policy.

Maura Hanley’22 interned at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center in summer 2021.

Learning to Implement Change in a Federal Government Setting

An internship in summer 2021 with the Milwaukee VA Medical Center has given Maura Hanley’22 a better feel for a potential career in environmental management.

Phidor Kong’23 seated on the Beloit College sign.

Honing Writing and Analytical Skills to Develop Policy

Passionate about policy making and advocacy, Phidor Kong ’23 is taking every opportunity while at Beloit College to hone her communication and analytical skills by taking challenging courses, by serving as a research assistant, and creating policy alternatives as an intern for a Cambodian think tank.

Ke “Duke” Ding’22

Work hard, play hard

Ke “Duke” Ding’22 chose Beloit for the relationships he knew he’d foster here — studying with classmates, running track, and helping fellow international students apply for jobs. “Going to a liberal arts college is not the common choice for Chinese students. But for me, if I had to choose again, I would still choose Beloit, 100 percent.”

Amy Ward

Amy Ward recognized for outstanding academic achievement by American University

Amy Ward’ 22,  double majoring in Environmental Studies: Justice and Citizenship and French, was recognized by American University (AU) for outstanding academic achievement in the spring semester of 2021. As part of Beloit College’s off-campus study opportunities, Amy took courses at AU’s Washington Semester Program (WSP) and completed an internship with Earthjustice.

                                   Mural for Merrill Community garden, 2020, 4x12 feet, house paint and oil on plywood.

Where the Sidewalk Ends

Beloiters engage with the city they love by creating an art piece for the Merrill Community Garden inspired by Shel Silverstein’s 1974 classic “Where The Sidewalk Ends”.

The Oregon coast

International Friday: Nature Appreciation

In honor of Earth Week, we collected photos from Beloiters that reflect the beauty of nature and the wonders it holds. The images serve as an invitation to reflect on our relationship to the planet and the impacts of our actions on our shared home.

Thank you to everyone who participated!


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