Student Work


Farah Tolu-Honary

An IR and French major’s busy international year

Paper by Farah Tolu-Honary’24 (IR, French) published.

Rebeca Galindo, State Senator Mark Spreitzer, Kitana Gulotta

Spending the summer at the state capitol

Beloit students intern with Wisconsin State Senator

Elena Patilliet

Elena Patilliet Posla ’22 awarded the Wisconsin Women in Government (WWIG) scholarship

The WWIG is a statewide nonpartisan non-profit organization of professional women in government service. It awards three undergraduate scholarships every year to students interested in a career in government or public service.

International students lead the Convocation march, proudly hoisting their countries’ flags.

International Education Week at Beloit

Beloit College’s commitment to international learning is woven into academics, activities, and everyday life on campus. 

Elena Patilliet Posla explores Israeli food while studying in Jerusalem

Elena Patilliet Posla awarded State Department’s Critical Language Scholarship

CLS Spark is a highly competitive program sponsored and overseen by the U.S. Department of State to expand the number of U.S. students studying and mastering modern languages that are critical to national security and economic prosperity.

Martu Kollie’23, Shruthi Chandrasekar’23, Veeka Malanchuk’24, Autumn Green’24, and Magali Gray’24 take a break from their lobbying conference to take a photo outside the Capitol.

‘It starts with young people’

Five Beloiters recently traveled to the nation’s capital to learn more about lobbying for immigration rights. Funded through the Weissberg Program in Human Rights and Social Justice , the trip showed the students how young people can advocate for lasting change.  

Amy Ward’22, center, had an opportunity to do applied research in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters last summer. A group of creative writing students also sharpened their craft in the wilderness.

Into the Wilderness

Students who traversed the Boundary Waters wilderness area in northern Minnesota last summer learned – among other things – how to think about equity in their surroundings, understand a mining controversy, and explore the nature of nature itself.


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