Hiram College

Rameen Aghbar ’18

Norah Ali ’19

Hallie Chavez ’18

Hallie is a junior double majoring in Biochemistry and Neuroscience, with a writing minor. She is from Parma, Ohio. She has made the Dean’s List and is a member of the Alpha Society. At Hiram, she is also a Garfield Presidency Scholar, an Eclectic Honors Scholar and works in the Biochemistry lab. She is a lifeguard during the summer.

Jory Gomes ’18

Jory is currently a junior majoring in Biomedical Humanities, with a potential minor in Sociology. On campus he is an incoming Captain of the Men’s Varsity Swimming & Dive Tea–as well as a writing assistant for the Writing Center. He has made the Dean’s List and is a member of the Honors Eclectic Scholars. In addition to his activities on campus, Jory is becoming a certified Community Health Worker with the hopes of improving the access to health care for those in the Portage county area. On top of this, for the summer of 2016, Jory is a National Institute on Drug Abuse intern doing public health research at the Georgia State University Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science. After graduation, he wants to go into public health policy with the intention of studying the state, national, and global politics surrounding public health matters.

Emily Hruska ’18

Emily Hruska is a junior with a double major in chemistry and music. Born in Boardman, Ohio, Emily graduated from Boardman High School in 2014. Along with her studies, she is involved with various activities on campus and holds several leadership positions in the Honors Eclectic Scholars, Student Senate, Chemistry Club, Rock Climbing Club, Funding You Board, SOAC, and Chamber Orchestra. She is a member of the Alpha Society and works as an RA, WA, and TA. In the next academic year, Emily will be serving as a transfer student and an organic chemistry TA as well as hosting the honors floor as the RA. Emily will be pursuing her PhD in a chemical field after graduation from Hiram in 2018.

Devon Jones ’18

Devon Jones, is a senior, Political Science and Religious Studies double major and Environmental Studies minor. Devon graduated from Horizon Science Academy in Dayton Ohio in 2014. Devon Jones is involved in various extra circular activities on the Hiram College campus being; President of Cultures Connected Religious Studies Club on Campus; Radio Station Manger; Member of the Garfield Center for the Study of the American Presidency; Garfield Center for Public Leadership; and Peer Mentoring; Comedian; Photography and Videography. Devon Jones is pursing a career in foreign service focused with Global Environmental Policy. He’s made the Dean’s list and his hoping to make it both semesters of his senior Year.

Julie Lenoir ’18

Julie is a junior majoring in Nursing with a minor in Biomedical Humanities. Julie is from Mars, Pennsylvania, where she graduated as Secretary of her class at Mars Area High School. Julie is a member of the Honors Eclectic Scholars at Hiram. She also is an active member of HPAC (Health Professions Affinity Community), the NET, Ultimate Frisbee Club and Nerf Club. She plans on traveling abroad before she graduates. After graduation, Julie plans to take her state boards and become a registered nurse. She later plans to attend graduate school to become a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.

Danni Lynn McDonald ’19

Abeera Mehmood ’18

Abeera is an international student from Pakistan. She is majoring in Biomedical Humanities and plans on minoring in Environmental Studies and Biochemistry. One of her major interests is policy making on current health issues. She is part of the World Life Organization in Pakistan as well as many other student-run welfare groups. After graduating from Hiram, she plans on going to medical school.

Nathan Metze ’18

Nathan is a junior Computer Science and Political Science major at Hiram College. He graduated from Canfield High School in Canfield, Ohio. Nathan is currently enrolled as an Eclectic Honors student and plans to remain in the program throughout college. He is also a member of the Alpha Society and is currently on the Dean’s List. Nathan is an employee at the Dray Help Desk and is also a member of the Computer Science Club. After graduation, Nathan plans to either attend graduate school or pursue a career using both Computer Science and Political Science.

Kimmy Morrison ’20

Jenna Nelson ’20

Christian O’Neil ’18

Christian is a junior with a major in biochemistry and a minor in physics. From Boardman, Ohio, Christian graduated from Boardman High School in 2014.  At Hiram, Christian plays the violin with the Hiram Chamber Orchestra. He is also the vice president of the Chemistry Club and the president of the Trading Card Club. Christian is a teaching assistant for organic chemistry lab and is an Honors Scholar.  He plans on furthering his education after Hiram by attending graduate school for chemistry.

Hanna Waldman ’20

Holly Wilkins ’18

Holly Wilkens is a Junior with a double major in Biomedical Humanities and Music. She graduated from Lutheran High School West in Rocky River, Ohio back in 2014. Her main musical instrument is the clarinet, but she can also play the trombone. On campus Holly is a Captain of  Hiram’s Women’s Rugby Club, a Student Ambassador, member of Terrier Activities Board, the Net, Wind Ensemble, and works with the Sports Medicine Aid. She loves traveling and is excited to Study Abroad with Hiram in Germany in Fall 2016. After graduation, she plans on more traveling and attending medical school to work in pediatrics.

Anneleise Williams ’19

Keegan Williams ’19

Jared Wright ’19

Jared is currently a sophomore majoring in Political Science and Management. Jared graduated from Revere High School in 2015. He is a member of the Hiram Men’s Lacrosse Team, the Hiram Alpha Society, and the Outdoors Club. Jared also works in the Admission Office.

Taylor Yamamoto ’19

Taylor is a sophomore majoring in Biomedical Humanities. She is originally from Honolulu, HI and graduated in 2013. At Hiram, she is a Garfield Presidency Scholar, an Eclectic Honors Scholar, and is involved in a variety of clubs including the Stone-Soup Co-op, Medicus Club, and Intercultural Forum. She works in the chemistry lab during the summer and will be a Resident Assistant in the fall. After graduation, she plans to attend medical school with the aim of working in emergency medicine, both in the United States and abroad.

Emily Yeckley ’19

Zachary Yedlicka ’18