Dr. Tamanisha John

Alumna Tamanisha John’15 earns PhD, becomes IPE professor at Clark Atlanta University

Dr. Tamanisha John’15 earned her PhD in International Relations from Florida International University in May 2021. Her dissertation, called “Canadian Banks and Imperialism in the English-Speaking Caribbean,” received the highest praise from her committee members and has been nominated for FIU’s best dissertation award.

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Jessi celebrating the Lunar New Year in Vietnam.

Learning about child welfare services through a virtual internship

Jessi Nguyen interned with the the Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice and Research in Spring 2021.

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2021 Pi Sigma Alpha induction ceremony

Nine students inducted into the national political science honor society in 2021

Nine Beloit College students were inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society, on May 20th.

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Elena Patilliet

Elena Patilliet Posla’22 awarded the Congressional Award Gold Medal

This is the highest honor Congress may bestow upon a youth civilian.

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Ying Pang’90, shown in 1989, stands in front of Middle College holding a computer science textbook.

Becoming an International College

Beloit’s first forays into international education started with missionary work. As the college’s international outlook evolved, it led to developments like a historic exchange program with a top Chinese university and an integrated approach that thrives today. 

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How the secular becomes religious

Kaveri Sarkar’20 recently had an article examining the current political climate in India published in the Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics.

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Summer research allows rising junior to connect interests in Chinese language, Latin American studies, and immigration.

Studying migration from China to cities in northern Mexico along the U.S. border taught Gisela Sarabia-Sandoval the importance of taking an interdisciplinary approach to research.

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Alumn writes op-ed in The Washington Post on The Federal Bureau of Prison’s response to Covid-19

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Alumnus article appears in Foreign Affairs

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Duffy student Uzma Sayed

Observing Help and Hope During a Pandemic

When field experiences ended suddenly, students continued to learn from the world around them, wherever they were, by observing social reactions to COVID-19.

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