March 26, 2023

Presidential search reaches final stages

The search for Beloit College’s 12th president is intensifying, with the selection process entering its most rigorous phase and candidates advancing as finalists.

In a March 20 email, Trustee and chair of the search committee Nina Weissberg’84 shared updates and thanked the college community and members of the search committee for their dedication to the important work of identifying the college’s next president.

This spring, the committee will recommend one candidate to the Board of Trustees.

In October, 11th College President Scott Bierman announced his plans to retire in June after 14 years of service.

Also In This Issue

  • Capturing the magic of all Reunions, it shows current students crossing paths with returning alumni — in this case, alumni from the 1920s classes, celebrating their 50th reunion that year.

    Cows in the belfry and a way back reunion photo

  • Nadir Carlson’16

    How they landed their first five jobs (and what they learned along the way)

  • The Col. Robert Morse Library will undergo a $10 million renovation starting in May. Improvements will include upgraded technology and user-friendly spaces and adaptations that position the library to become the hub of community-facing initiatives.

    Morse Library renovation to begin in May

  • A major grant will expand the reach of the Center for Collections Care, a college-run professional development program for those who work with collections. The high quality of the Wright Museum of Art, College Archives, and Logan Museum of Anthropology collections, shown here, made possible the program’s launch in 2018.

    NEH grant boosts collections care training program


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