The Beloit Residencies


They are Nobel Prize winners, U.S. Poet Laureates, and internationally renowned human rights leaders. They are ground-breaking scholars and artists who champion causes and new ideas.

The 2017 Weissberg Chair in International Studies, Eskinder Negash shares his knowledge in a with... The 2017 Weissberg Chair in International Studies, Eskinder Negash shares his knowledge in a with Beloit students in a classroom.

Hailing from around the world and across a broad spectrum of fields, they share one distinction: all are thinkers and doers. And all have joined the Beloit College community for an extended stay as a part of the college’s distinguished residency program.

Each year, Beloit welcomes as many as seven such individuals to campus to teach and work with our students, engage with our faculty, perform or present, as well as live on campus. During their time at Beloit, students have met and interacted with almost two dozen luminaries in these diverse fields.

Sep29th

“Thinking Like a Planet: The Land Ethic and the Earth Ethic”, Crom Philosopher keynote

J. Baird Callicott explores the work of Aldo Leopold and our need for Earth ethic to address growing global environmental concerns.

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Adriel experimenting with an electric guitar in the Maple Tree Recording Studio, summer 2021.

Chasing the mix

After years of work (and play) in CELEB’s Maple Tree Recording Studio, Adriel Limas’20 now engineers music for emerging artists in the Sound Arts and Industries master’s degree program at Northwestern. After editing multiple projects with college alumni band Saturn Hat, he’s one of three Ferrall Artists-in-Residence, leading a group of students to write and perform their own original songs.

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