Tyree Smith’19 majored in media studies, minored in journalism, played varsity football and ran track, and interned at Fox Sports in Los Angeles. A few weeks after graduating from Beloit, he began work as a sports anchor and reporter at ABC 10, WKUP/WBKP in Marquette, Michigan. He is now a multimedia journalist working for ESPN West Palm on WPTV.
Simone Rawal’20 majored in environmental geology, minored in computer science, interned at the World Wildlife Fund in Nepal, studied abroad at the University of Canterbury, and completed a thesis that examined how accelerated changes in land use and anthropogenic biomes affect carbon output. After graduation, she enrolled in a master’s program in resources, environment, and sustainability at the University of British Columbia.
Danny Corral’15 double majored in history and education and youth studies, was a member of the baseball team, and completed research as a McNair Scholar. After Beloit, he earned a Ph.D. in educational leadership and policy analysis at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and became an assistant professor at the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
Rita Chang’18 majored in sociology, was a mentor at Community Action and a tutor at the Stateline Literacy Council, and held a range of on-campus jobs (student programmer, peer advisor, research assistant). She then became a civic engagement coordinator at the St. Louis Inter-Faith Committee on Latin America.
Gjergj Ndoci’20 majored in econometrics and quantitative economics, was president of Tau Kappa Epsilon, and completed internships in marketing, logistics, and corporate tax accounting. After graduation, he joined Hendricks Holdings in Chicago as an associate.
Shujie Xu’15 majored in business economics, minored in physics, was a member of the indoor and outdoor track teams, performed in the Chelonia Dance Show, and completed an honors term as an energy budget analyst for the Powerhouse. After Beloit, she completed a master’s in environmental science and policy at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago and became a forecasting data analyst at ICF in Oak Brook, Illinois.
Faviola Ramirez’20 double majored in health and society and Spanish, was a Resident Assistant, a president of Voces, and a programmer at the Health & Wellness Center. She was also head coordinator of the Beloit Public Health Initiative, a student-run nonprofit that works with local schools. She then earned a master’s in public health at the University of Minnesota, and is now an assistant principal at Carmen Middle School of Science and Technology in Milwaukee.
Henry Jacobsen’19 majored in business economics, played varsity football, and interned at accounting firms in Beloit and Atlanta. He works at Ernst & Young in Miami.
Dianne Lugo’19 majored in biology, minored in journalism, served as editor-in-chief of the Round Table (the student newspaper), and interned at Science magazine. She earned a paid internship at NPR’s Code Switch, in Culver City, California, and later joined the Statesman Journal in Salem, OR, as the Equity and Social Justice Reporter.