Student Work


Food being delivered

Food Recovery Network at Beloit: sustainably serving the community

Students working for Beloit’s Sustainability Channel have recently restarted a campus chapter of the Food Recovery Network, and have partnered with DEFY Domestic Abuse Beloit to deliver food from campus to help their important work.

Camille Ledoux

Camille Ledoux is the spring 2024 intern at Nature at the Confluence

She will sharpen her knowledge of conservation, law and justice.

Martu aspires to apply to law programs and master’s programs in public policy.

Future public policy leader

Martu Kollie’24 traversed the country to the University of Washington for its Junior Summer Institute, learning about public policy through seven-week courses in economics, quantitative methods, policy analysis, and contemporary global issues. “There are lots of nuances playing into policy making,” she says.  

Students on a water run in Pablo Toral’s Environmental Justice summer course at the Wilderness Field Station in Ely, Minnesota.

Exploring environmental justice in the wild

Nestled deep within the pristine wilderness of Ely, Minnesota, lies the Wilderness Field Station, a haven for nature enthusiasts and a hub for immersive learning. Here, I had the opportunity to take an environmental justice course, which opened my eyes to the intricate web of environmental issues and their impact on communities.


Crossing Lake Wisconsin on the Merrimac ferry

New students learned about the ecology of the Beloit area

They visited Lake Wisconsin and Devil’s Lake

Aldo Leopold shack, April 26, 2023

Students learn about restoration during spring day field trip

Led by the Environmental Studies program and the Sustainability Channel, students visited the Aldo Leopold Foundation in the morning to learn about restoration. 


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