Prof. Jennifer Esperanza recently weighed in on job prospects for recent college graduates. The good news: anthropology majors are well-positioned to secure employment after graduation! Read more…more
Beloit students taking Navigating Your (Business) Career can learn about being a young professional on a work team that addresses the world’s uncertainty. And they don’t have to be business or economics majors.
The Gear Shack, which loans outdoor equipment from Beloit’s Powerhouse student union and recreation center, launched a new bike share program in October in conjunction with student leaders.more
Abby Bender’s (Class of 2021) senior year certainly isn’t what she expected, but being back on campus feels right.more
We talked recently to Nana Heaton about her role in Beloit Campus Mounds Sustainability and Advocacy Initiative, the group’s history, and what Indigenous People’s Day means and why it’s so important for us to celebrate it.more
Thinking about the current pandemic inspired Assistant Professor of History Kate Johnston to develop a new course that examines health and healing in America’s early history.more
Beloit College is partnering with Abbott Laboratories in Chicago to provide weekly on-campus COVID-19 testing for the entire 2020-21 academic year.more
Four faculty members were awarded major prizes for teaching excellence and innovation this spring.more