Meet the Teaching Assistants

Teaching assistants help integrate new students into the Hiram community through their work with First Year Colloquium and Writing Seminar courses. These peer assistants will come to class, participate in discussions and review rough drafts. They also are resources to assist students in such areas as time management, study skills, and serve as a liaison between other offices who can give more specific support.


Whitney Adams

Sociology of Sex, Love and Relationships


Thea Angeli

What is a Life Well-Lived?

Natalie Bendel

Rebels and Reformers in US History


Hannah Bennett

The Art of Making Dough

Megan Chaplin


Hallie Chavez

The Promise of Stem Cells

Mikenzi Daniels-Smith

Sluts, Nuts and Gangsters


Briana Davis

Dangerous Youth

Molly Dempsey

Learning to Read the World

Cody Greenwalt

You've Got Maille

Jenni Heid

Science vs. Psuedoscience

Hannah Hilty

Black/White Soldiers of the Civil War  

Kara Hokes

Cultural Meaning of Monsters

Devon Jones


Sanders Melvin

What is a Person


Jasmine Prezenkowski

Documenting Bad Behavior


Irveen Singh

Your Music, Your World

Bishop Sanders

Ethics in US Foreign Policy


Sydney Turnbull-Green

Passing and American Identity




Maya Watkins

The Search for the Holy Grail


Emily Hruska

Science and the Liberal Arts





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