Student Work


100+ Years of Psychology at Beloit College and Beyond

In today’s world, psychology continues to play a pivotal role in addressing social issues and social change. Here are selected highlights and publications in a developing field and at Beloit College.

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.  

Kelli Badgley’22, at center, performs in “Shedding,” a dance choreographed by Professor of Dance Chris Johnson and performed at Chelonia. Badgley is joined by fellow students Adrianna Terrell, left, and Charline Davis-Alicea.

Bringing creative vision to life

Through the dance program at Beloit, Kelli Badgley’22 has broadened her vision of what dance can be while fine-tuning her ability to bring a creative vision to life.  

“My time at Beloit has taught me so much in and out of the classroom,” she says. “It’s a small school with so many

Swaroop Poudel’22 on the Highline in New York City

Understanding Decision-Making

Aided by his studies of psychology, business economics, and computer science, Swaroop Poudel’22 conducts research to understand the underpinnings of decision-making. His goal is to promote both fair and socially beneficial decisions at an organizational level and healthier choices and pro-social behavior at an individual level.  

Saumyaa gave a nice smile

I Felt Connected Even Though I Was the Only One On-Screen

Saumyaa Gupta’24 talks the strategies she used to deal with a huge time difference while studying remotely as a first-year student.


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