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It’s Tuesday, January 30. 

It’s always a great day to be a Beloiter.

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    In the Classroom

    A data centered, career forward class

    An innovative capstone course ensures that sociology students put their learning into practice and launch into satisfying careers. Professor of Sociology Kate Linnenberg designed the capstone course, which is taught each fall semester, to help students feel prepared for their lives after Beloit College through a partnership with a local organization.

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  • Career Ready Programming Fund

    All faculty and staff are eligible to apply for funds to be used to create programming for students that advances their career-readiness.

  • Faculty & Staff Study Hall

    The study hall is a time to sit together in the same room with colleagues, drink caffeinated beverages, and “Get. Stuff. Done.” on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 2-4 pm in Weeks Faculty Lounge.

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Hello Alumni

This page may be more for our Beloiters currently on-campus, but know we are always thinking of you too. Hopefully everything you see here is bringing back fond memories of your own time on campus.

If you’re interested in coming back to campus, look for our upcoming alumni events or opportunities to volunteer.

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    Homecoming has always been a beloved tradition at Beloit. In addition to the parades and events, students would make house decorations we...
    Homecoming has always been a beloved tradition at Beloit. In addition to the parades and events, students would make house decorations were commonly placed in front of fraternities and sororities and vied to win contests.
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    Many alumni fondly remember the Beloit Plan and its required Field Term that sent students off campus and around the world. This Beloit g...
    Many alumni fondly remember the Beloit Plan and its required Field Term that sent students off campus and around the world. This Beloit group is at the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru, circa 1970s.
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    Dr. Woodard, or 'The Chief,' as he was fondly known, was truly inspirational to his students. He exhibited enthusiasm, integrit...
    “Dr. Woodard, or ‘The Chief,’ as he was fondly known, was truly inspirational to his students. He exhibited enthusiasm, integrity, a deep knowledge of his subject, and a rare combination of caring for students while maintaining respect and admiration.” – Bruce Bartleson’56
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    The Basic Elmos' experiments with rocket sleds in Chapin Hall were inspired by a physics class. Seated is Len Pagliaro'76, with Phil Eric...
    The Basic Elmos’ experiments with rocket sleds in Chapin Hall were inspired by a physics class. Seated is Len Pagliaro’76, with Phil Erickson’76 and Andy Persily’76 at right.
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