Yaffa mentors students in biology, environmental studies, and sustainability.
Tackle climate change. Take on environmental issues.
This channel is for you if…
- You expect to pursue a career in environmental consulting, education, engineering, law, or policy.
- You see yourself collaborating in community or international development activities related to climate change or natural resources.
- You plan on going to graduate school in environmental fields, such as environmental management, forestry, landscape architecture, urban and regional planning, sustainable agriculture, or water resources management.
- You are passionate about tackling real-world sustainability problems like food security, energy production, and access to clean water.
Students manage the Beloit Urban Garden (BUG) that produces sustainable, organic, and ecologically-sound food connections to the Beloit College campus. Working as part of a team, you will grow produce, learn how to sell it, and research how the food you grow fits into our local food ecosystem and infrastructure. BUG maximizes Wisconsin’s growing season and is designed to be aesthetically pleasing to humans and important pollinators.
From Beloit to New Zealand & Cambodia: Preserving the planet, one endangered plant at a time
Seakguech Sok’21, an environmental biology major and lover of plants and flowers, is studying abroad in New Zealand and traveled to her home country of Cambodia to work on making the world a greener place, one plant at a time. Guech came to Beloit College as a SHE-CAN scholar.more
Art in Service of a Greater Cause
Kerry Randazzo’20 combined his love of theatre arts with a major in environmental arts and communications. “I began to think more about my art and how it could best be put to use in service of a greater cause, with more focus on applying my performance art and costume design to get my audiences to engage with environmental issues.”more
A Fashion Statement that Speaks Louder than Words
Qurat ul Aain’s interest in sustainable fashion led her to start a business with the support of Beloit’s Entrepreneurship Center and the Theatre Department’s Costume Shop.more
If designer and biologist Aaron Nesser’11 has his way, your next pair of tennis shoes won’t last thousands of years in a landfill.more