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David Birdwell'94 and Jamey Brumfield'92 celebrating Reunion.

When David Birdwell’94 and Jamey Brumfield’92 aren’t designing websites and marketing plans for their clients, they always stay connected to Beloit. They have a vibrant relationship with their College: participating in the alumni association, giving to the Annual Fund, hosting and attending events, mentoring students, and creating the Beloit College Alumni Facebook group with other Beloiters. They are constant supporters in every way.

(Re)Connecting Alumni

Keeping and forming new connections with the smart, driven, compassionate, unique, talented people you met at Beloit is valuable and can be a challenge once your are off campus. Alumni connections can help you make new friends, further your career goals, and even find a place to live while you are in graduate school like Aimee Oda’16.

Beloiters thrive when they are together, whether at work or play. Here at the Alumni Office, it is our goal to help you maintain the bonds you made and forge new ones. We make sure the good that comes from being part of our community does not end with Commencement.

What have you been up to?

Have you moved to a new city? Do you have a new job? Are you going by a different name? Have you stopped looking at that old email account?

Please take a moment to update Beloit College with your info.

Having accurate information allows us to keep you up to date about the College, let you know about events in your area, and connect you with other alumni as well as current and prospective students. It is the glue that keeps our network strong!


Meghan Stein ’21 interning at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab

Meghan Reilly’s Internship Working with Spinal Cord Rehabilitation

Meghan’s internship at  the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab which specializing in spinal cord injuries was supported by funds from the Common Grant.  Meghan says,”It has impacted me tremendously in figuring out what I want to do after graduation from Beloit by allowing me to have one on one patient interactions.”

Erika Weiss Moczulewski receives the Young Alumnae award, 2019.

Three Duffy Alums are VIPs at 2019 Commencement and Reunion

“What makes a good society?” is the guiding question of the Beloit College Duffy Community Partnerships.  Three Duffy alums, Ruth Hamilton’07, Erika Weiss Moczulewski’09, and Mauricio Sosa Cardenas’19 give compelling answers in terms of the work they do to make the world a better place. They were honored for their accomplishments at the 2019 Commencement and Reunion.

Evelyn Roman ’19 stands in front of her artworks celebrating Latinx women in Pearsons.

Evelyn Roman’19 Honors Trailblazers Through Art

Evelyn Roman’19, a major in sociology, decided to cap off her Beloit experience by giving back through art. 


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