What happens when the lab, traditionally the domain of the sciences, inspires teaching and learning in all subject areas? One of several efforts underway in support of Beloit’s new curriculum, the Labs Across the Curriculum initiative is being funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. A look at three unique Beloit classes—the Beloit Fiction Journal practicum, the Repertory Dance Company, and the interdisciplinary Cognitive Robotics—illustrates this creative method of teaching.
Ding Darling (1900) lived most of his life in the last century, but his editorial cartoons—and his activisim—grappled with many of the same issues that confound us now.
Inspired by the success of Econ Day, Director of Community-Based Learning Carol Wickersham developed Chicago Field Day, making use of one of the college’s “most valuable assets”—its alumni.
- Prairie Hill
- The Beautiful Music All Around Us: Field Recordings and the American Experience
- No-Name Baby
- Troy Unincorporated
- Beloit College Magazine: Digitized and Searchable
- Relays Revival
- Being a Minority, Abroad
- A Night of Discovery
- A-twitter About Lacrosse
- Be Nice, or Neutral
- Where in the World do Beloit Applicants Come From?
- Examining Greek Life, Then and Now
- A friendship still resonates after 50 years
- Stories from a Chicago Food Pantry
- Nicholas A. Karris’58: benefactor, namesake of Karris athletic fields
- Getting to the Core of the Matter