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The Garfield Center for Public Leadership
The Garfield Center for Public Leadership prepares students to assume the responsibilities of public leadership by developing expertise in matters of public policy, foreign and domestic, grounded in Hiram’s traditional liberal arts education. This learning process is enabled by bringing to the campus persons whose own public leadership has set them as examples to our community and nation. Working through the seminar series and other events, the Institute strives to train the next generation of public servants and educate the community at large about relevant political issues.
- ‘Tronies and Beyond’ exhibit opens at Gelbke Art Gallery The Hiram College Department of Art will present an…
- Art Exhibit ‘detour’ Explores Connections Between Artwork – Oct. 24 to Dec. 15 The Hiram College Art Department will present the…
- Upcoming Art Exhibit ‘Days to Decades’ is a ‘Personal Diary’ by Instructor Jack Carlton The Hiram College Art Department will present an…
- Photos: Students Study History of Photography in Rochester, Gettysburg and D.C. During the 3-Week semester at Hiram College, students…
Majors and Minors Offered
For advising and more information, please contact:
Christopher Ryan, Associate Professor and Department Chair
- Gelbke Art