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  • Music professor to publish on gender, sexuality in Irish traditional music

    Thursday, May 15, 2014

    Gender and sexuality in Irish traditional music will be the topic of a forthcoming book by Tes Slominski, a postdoctoral faculty fellow in the music department.

  • 278 students to graduate in Sunday Commencement

    Tuesday, May 13, 2014

    Beloit, Wis.—On Sunday (May 18), 278 graduates are expected to collect their diplomas when Beloit College hosts its 164th Commencement exercises at 11 a.m.  The Commencement address will be delivered by award-winning poet Kevin Young, Beloit’s 2012-2013 Lois and Willard Mackey Chair in Creative Writing.

  • Board of Trustees approves three new members

    Monday, May 5, 2014

    The Beloit College Board of Trustees approved three new members at its spring meeting in late April. The trustees, who will each serve a three-year term expiring in 2017, are Michael D. Doyle, Greg L. Hopper’80 and Donald P. Kent’78.

  • Kathryn Johnson, Georgia Duerst-Lahti honored with awards

    Thursday, May 1, 2014

    Two Beloit College faculty members have received recognition from national and state of Wisconsin organizations. Assistant Professor of Biology Kathryn Johnson and Professor of Political Science Georgia Duerst-Lahti recently won the prestigious awards in their respective fields.

  • Board of trustees approve tenure, sabbaticals

    Thursday, May 1, 2014

    The Beloit College board of trustees approved at its meeting in late April the tenure and promotion of two faculty members along with two sabbaticals.

  • Beatrice McKenzie, Ellen Joyce awarded for excellent teaching, innovative technology

    Monday, April 28, 2014

    Associate Professors of History Beatrice McKenzie and Ellen Joyce were singled out at Friday’s (April 25) annual faculty and staff recognition event at Beloit College. McKenzie was awarded the James R. Underkofler Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award, and Joyce received the Phee Boon Kang’73 Prize for Innovation in Teaching with Technology.

  • Beloit announces internships funded by the Think BIG! grant, student participants

    Friday, April 25, 2014

    Beloit College received an $80,870 Think BIG! grant from the Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation last fall to fund paid internships for 15 students this summer. After a competitive application process, the student participants have been selected along with their respective internship sites and positions.

  • “Perception: Where Mind Begins” topic of April 30 Selzer lecture

    Thursday, April 24, 2014

    University of California, Los Angeles Philosophy Professor Tyler Burge, this year’s Selzer Visiting Philosopher, will speak on “Perception: Where Mind Begins” on Wednesday, April 30. Taking place at 7:30 p.m. in Moore Lounge of Pearsons Hall, the lecture is free and open to the public. Those who cannot make it in person may watch it in real time at

  • Tom McBride on “The Lost Art of Classroom Wisdom”

    Thursday, April 24, 2014

    What should professors teach? How does the “infosphere” affect what they teach? Should they try to “raise the consciousness” of students about issues like poverty and global warming or should they adopt a more neutral stance instead?

  • Beloit makes strides in sustainability on Earth Day, year-round

    Tuesday, April 22, 2014

    “Take what you need, but need what you take.” After seeing that phrase on a napkin dispenser at a pizza restaurant, she now uses it a lot in her role as the sustainability coordinator at Beloit College.

  • Carol Wickersham to be honored at annual Zonta Tribute to Women Awards Dinner

    Thursday, April 17, 2014

    Carol Wickersham of Beloit College has been selected as one of this year’s nine honorees at the 37th Annual Zonta Tribute to Women Awards Dinner. Taking place Tuesday, April 29 at the Country Club of Beloit, the event recognizes and celebrates the achievements of women in the community who go above and beyond in areas including volunteerism, education and community service.

  • Culture, entrepreneurship to be explored in new economics course

    Monday, April 7, 2014

    In a new course called The Economics of Culture and Identity, students will be conducting ethnography in order to discover their classmates’ perspectives on the world. The course will be taught in the fall by Miller Upton Teaching Fellow Arielle John, who will at that time be joining the faculty as an assistant professor of economics.


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