Beloit’s new president is forward-thinking and exceedingly positive about the college’s future. Eric Boynton, a philosophy professor by trade and the college’s former provost, is also a husband, father of two, owner of three dogs, noted leader in higher education circles, master of power tools, and a good listener.
Successful careers in medicine, research, and public health are not uncommon among Beloit College graduates.
Atiera Coleman, Ph.D. officially assumed the role of Chief Diversity Officer for Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker’s administration on July 17, 2023.
Emily Eagle’06 returns to campus as the college’s third Executive-in-Residence, helping students explore the theories and practices of foundational human-centered design (HCD) thinking. HCD is a problem-solving approach that puts people at the focus of user-experience (UX) design.
Introducing and welcoming the Class of 2027 to Beloit College.
A cohort of high schoolers from across the country chose to spend half of the month of June on Beloit’s campus — but it wasn’t at all like the summer school you’d expect.
On a beautiful, unseasonably warm weekend in late September, the Beloit College Alumni Association honored five remarkable members of the college community in a ceremony in Eaton Chapel as part of the Beloiter Days festivities.
Anishinaabe poet and former Wisconsin poet laureate Kimberly Blaeser will share her luminous voice as Beloit College’s next Mackey Chair.