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A glorious fall view of Pearsons Hall from the green roof of the Sanger Center for the Sciences.

College to launch schools to strengthen college to career pathways

Beloit College is planning to create two schools—the School of Business and the School of Health Sciences —to further strengthen the college’s ability to ensure students find successful and fulfilling careers after graduation.

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Morse Library renovation to conclude in early summer

Beloit College’s Col. Robert Morse Library is on track to complete its $10 million renovation on budget by mid- to late-June. While the footprint is unchanged, the library will feel like a whole new building on the inside, with the utilities and interior being reworked from the dirt floor up with new brick, insulation, and glass. 

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Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. – The Continued Fight for Human Rights

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Beloit College’s Robin Zebrowski speaks about the ethics and issues of AI and ChatGPT.

Embracing the mad science of machine consciousness

Robin Zebrowski, professor of philosophy and chair of cognitive science at Beloit, shares insights into the current state of artificial intelligence (AI) development, stressing that, “we are nowhere near making conscious machines.”

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Re-imaging the Logan Museum

The Logan Museum of Anthropology welcomed dozens of students, faculty, staff, and community members in November to its re-opening after a short renovation. The first floor features three new exhibits, new LED lighting, and vibrant graphic design elements. Four students worked closely with the museum’s director to complete the project. 

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Emily Eagle’06, Executive-in-Residence

Emily Eagle’06 brings human-centered design to campus

Emily Eagle’06 returns to campus as the college’s third Executive-in-Residence, helping students explore the theories and practices of foundational human-centered design (HCD) thinking. HCD is a problem-solving approach that puts people at the focus of user-experience (UX) design.

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Taja Hereford’15

Pathways to Medicine

Successful careers in medicine, research, and public health are not uncommon among Beloit College graduates. 

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Point of No Return: Speaking out for democracy and freedom

Anastasia Voronovsky’21 grew up in Vladimir Putin’s Russia, but as an international student on Beloit’s campus, she gained a new perspective on her home country and grappled with what she learned.

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International students lead the Fall 2023 convocation parade, their country’s flag in hand.

Class of 2027 hails from around the country and the globe

Introducing and welcoming the Class of 2027 to Beloit College.

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Prospective Beloiters keeping it real at the CELEB podcast studio during Summer Academy.

Summer Academy introduces prospective students to the Beloit experience

The inaugural Summer Academy , a two-week residential, for-credit course, allowed the high schoolers from across the country to experience college life, before beginning the college application process, as rising juniors or seniors. 

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