Quynn Evans doing site specific choreography on campus.

Finding More Than She Was Looking For

Talents can appear in many facets and forms and sophomore Quynn Evans is an example of extraordinary talent at Beloit College. A dance major on the pre-med nursing track, Quynn comes from a dance background and realized her interest and enthusiasm for the art form even before coming to Beloit.

Patrick Cornbill talks to media after hurricanes hit the Virgin Islands in 2017.

The New York Outbreak and its Personal Toll

Patrick Cornbill’88 writes about his experience with FEMA’s New York State pandemic response team during the first three months of the Covid pandemic.


The methodology of conducting research: Historical trauma, physician trust, and preterm birth in African American women

Biology major Ardita Fardilovski ’21 worked with professor Helen Werner to examine trends in preterm births in African American women.


Using data mining techniques for predicting and clustering of Chronic Kidney Disease

Mathematics and Computer Science major, Mahima Sharma ’21 worked with Professor Eyad Haj Said to apply data mining techniques to predict Chronic Kidney Disease.

Gabrie Simmons

Life after pandemic: Lessons from post-mortality crisis Germans

This summer Gabrie Simmons ’22 worked with anthropology professor Leslie Williams to examine the prevalence of periodontal disease in response to stress caused by the Black Death in Germany.

Simone Harstead at a women’s health clinic in Nicaragua.

Working to empower women

Simone Harstead ’16 pulls together experiences and internships at Beloit into a career empowering women.

   Mustafa Quadir’20

Unexpected Interests

Mustafa Quadir’20 discovered a passion for anthropology at Beloit, and with help from faculty, he crafted a way to weave that passion with his research interests and plans to study medicine. 


Public Health Go-Getter

Amanda Mehl ’06 has translated her Beloit College study abroad and internship experiences into leadership in public health.

Marist Professor Tommy Zurhellen prepares for his walk across America for VetZero.

Tom Zurhellen Walked All the Way Across America

After Tom Zurhellen’91 discovered disturbingly high rates of suicide and homelessness among veterans, he set out to walk some 3,000 miles to try to turn the situation around.

Dasheema Jarrett-Jones’09

Ensuring that Native Americans have good health & wellness

Dasheema Jarret-Jones’09, a proud native of Janesville, WI and a Health and Society major, works as a Public Health Advisor for the Centers for Disease Control,