Student Work


Vu-Anh Le

Beloit student works with MIT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Mathematics and Political Science double major Vu Anh Le’25 participated in the Station1 Frontiers Fellowship Program 2023 , a summer research initiative established by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Department of Materials Science and Engineering faculty.

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.


Emily Eagle and Antariksh show the power of networking, having stayed connected after a chance meeting at the Buccaneer Boathouse in 2022.

Alumni gather around tech, ethics, and the liberal arts

During a Beloiter Days event, alumni, parents, and students talked about the connections between an education at Beloit and working in the tech field.  

Louise Claussen, second from left, presents her research.

Summer research through PPIA

Louise Claussen (POLS & ECON ’24) participated in the Public Policy & International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program in summer 2023.

Saumyaa Gupta presenting her research at MIT.

Summer research at MIT

Saumyaa Gupta (POLS & PSYC ’24) attended the 2023 MIT Summer Research Program.

Rebeca Galindo, State Senator Mark Spreitzer, Kitana Gulotta

Spending the summer at the state capitol

Beloit students intern with Wisconsin State Senator

IR/POLS 2023 senior banquet

Senior lunch held on May 4th

The IR and POLS programs celebrated this year’s graduating class over a meal prepared by Beth Dougherty


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