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The study of history is critical for our understanding of the human experience. Through the study of history, we develop an understanding of who we are, where we came from, how and why our society has changed over time and how humans have interacted with each other and with the natural world.

The history major at Hiram College prepares students for a wide variety of careers. Alumni have gone on to become business leaders, lawyers, teachers and professors, political leaders, government workers, librarians, and leaders in non-profit organizations. History majors are superbly prepared for active citizenship and for informed, thoughtful decision-making throughout their lives.

The Hiram College History Department works closely with students to help them with career planning and preparation. The History Department also brings speakers to campus to discuss career opportunities for history majors.

Hiram College Garfield Presidency Scholars Present at Second Annual Garfield Symposium
James A. Garfield, the 20th president of the U.S. and the second principal of what became Hiram College, is an important part of the College’s...
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History professor named a Kathryn Davis Fellow for Peace
Merose Hwang, assistant professor of history, has been chosen among a highly competitive pool of candidates to study linguistics and policy while making a difference...
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Students, faculty collaborate to present panel at ‘Gender Matters’ conference
Hiram College students and faculty recently collaborated to present a panel on Oriental gender and sexuality at Governors State University’s “Gender Matters” conference. The conference...
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New Student Scholar Group Examines the American Presidency
A new group of scholars at Hiram College, the Garfield Presidency Scholars, recently spent the weekend studying Abraham Lincoln’s presidency in Springfield, Ill. This newly...
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Students Share Hands-On Learning Experiences at Undergraduate Research Symposium
Hiram College has a long academic tradition of providing students hands-on learning experience. At the Celebration of Undergraduate Research Symposium on Sept. 25, 2014, students...
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For advising and more information, please contact:

Janet Pope, Professor of History

  • 330-569-5173
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  • Pendleton House