Thought and Action
What is it to live well, and rightly? What does it all mean, and why does it matter?
Fundamental questions like these, about ourselves and our world, are at the heart of the human experience, and also of the philosophy program at Beloit College. They are what make philosophy the wellspring of the liberal arts, and the connective tissue uniting the disciplines.
…and practical skills for our dynamic world.
Thinking carefully and critically through complex problems and concepts. Finding connections across disparate contexts. Hearing the ideas of others with patience and charity. Taking positions of your own, and offering reasons for them, that balance confidence and humility. Communicating your ideas in writing, as well as in discussion.
These are the skills that are central to the study of philosophy, and they are also the skills employers want in an evolving global marketplace, where the careers you find may not even have been invented yet.
Three alumni enter public health programs in the Twin Cities
Hannah Yee’19, Favi Ramirez’20, and Jack Collins’21 first met in the Beloit Public Health Initiative (BPHI), a campus group that provides health-related resources to the Beloit community. They encouraged each other to get master of public health degrees, and now they’re together at the University of Minnesota.more