Sabrina Sanchez’17

Looking Upstream to Understand Disparities in Health Outcomes

Sabrina Sanchez’17 is pursuing graduate studies to better understand and fix the structural factors that result in health outcome disparities.

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Bre Partida’21 participated in Beloit’s first History Harvest course in spring 2019, which focused on the legacy of the Black Migration in Beloit. Here, she records an oral history with a member of the Beloit’s historic Black community.

Ahead of the curve

Bre Partida’21 was surprised to find herself more prepared than her older peers in the University of New Mexico’s tight-knit history masters program. A former soccer player, RA, and member of Theta Pi Gamma sorority, Bre reflects on how Beloit shaped the person she is today.

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Tamara Fouché’10

Q&A: Coming full circle

Tamara Fouché’10 is glad to have grown up at Beloit as a student. Now she’s helping the college grow and thrive as a director of development and liaison to the college president.

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Kidan Araya’13

Strategizing Climate Change Policy and Natural Resource Governance Solutions in Africa

Kidan Araya’13 lives a life of purpose as an advocate in the U.S. and abroad for communities harmed by environmental crime. Her Beloit education helped prepare her.

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DeVon Wilson’90 and his team ramped up their efforts to retain and recruit underrepresented students.

Helping Students Succeed in a New Reality

As director of the Center for Academic Excellence at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, DeVon Wilson’90 is helping to clear the many hurdles Covid is placing in front of the underrepresented, first-generation, low-income students he and his team support.

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