Natalie graduated with a double major in Political Science and Economics. She graduated from Wadsworth Senior High School in 2013. She worked as a lifeguard at the Hiram College Alumni Memorial Pool, and as a student worker in the Hiram College Business Office. After graduation, she intends to study international trade law.
Heather graduated with a double major in Political Science and Philosophy. She served as a Garfield Scholar for two years.
John Enasko graduated with a double major in Biomedical Humanities and Spanish. Born in Warren, Ohio, John graduated from Howland High School in 2013. John plans to utilize his degrees in his journey after graduation into the medical field. Along with his studies, he was involved various activities on campus involving the Honors Eclectic Scholars, Student Senate, Chemistry Club and Student Ambassadors.
Emily Kelly graduated with a degree in Biomedical Humanities. She graduated from North Royalton High School in 2013. Emily was both an Eclectic Scholar and a Garfield Scholar. She was also a member of the Hiram College Swim Team, the Stone Soup Cooperative and the Delta Chi Lambdas. Following her time at Hiram College, Emily plans to attend medical school in hopes of becoming a physician of an undecided specialty.
Martin majored in Political Science with a minor in History. He is a graduate of Aurora High School ’13, where he played varsity Hockey and volunteered at his local library. At Hiram College, he has been on the Dean’s List multiple times. He has served on the Hiram College Student Senate for two years representing East Hall and then the Social Sciences Department. After graduation, he intends to attend graduate school at American University.
Emily graduated with a major Political Science and a minor in Public Leadership. She graduated from McDowell High School in Erie, Pennsylvania in 2013. She was an active member in the community and has worked on multiple political campaigns. On campus she was involved in numerous activities, including Ethics Bowl (President), Dance Team (Treasurer and Program Planner) and Student Ambassadors. Emily was Hiram’s 2014-2015 Student Senate President. After graduation, she plans to attend law school to study Criminal Law and become a politician.
Bailey was a Nursing major with a minor in Biomedical Humanities. She aspires to become a traveling nurse and one day participate in international health programs. On campus, she was a defender on the Women’s Soccer team, the Advisory Board Representative for the Eclectic Scholars Program, the Women’s Soccer representative for SAAC, a member of the Hiram Student Nurses Association and a three-year member of the Garfield Presidency Scholars. She made the Dean’s List multiple times and is a member of the Alpha Society. Outside of Hiram, Bailey is a counselor, rock climbing instructor and part of the waterfall staff at a YMCA camp called Camp Fitch.
Gloria Ogundare from Nigeria. She was a Political Science major and an Asian Studies Minor. Gloria hopes to pursue a master’s degree in international business and a Ph.D. in gender studies in the future. She plans on going back to Nigeria and hopes to work with the ministry of foreign affairs and to one day become the Nigerian ambassador to South Korea.
Charles Sanders majored in Political Science and History. He hopes to use the two degrees together in the political field with hopes of becoming a politician. He enjoys doing karate and has been in the martial arts for 13 years, earning a third degree black belt. He is an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America and is actively involved in his community through the local farmer’s market, the community gardens and the coalition of business that meets every month to plan activities for the town. He was the first freshman to be accepted into the Garfield Center for Public Leadership.
Cole majored in Environmental Studies and minored in Political Science. His goal is to combine the two in order to make a positive difference regarding the global environmental health of the planet. He was a Garfield Presidency scholar and an Eclectic Honors Scholar. He held offices in several clubs, including the Sustainability Club where he was president. In his spare time, he loves music and has played the trombone since sixth grade. He also enjoys piano and guitar. He loves to travel and has photographed places such as the Galapagos Islands, Iceland, Scotland and many National Parks in the U.S. He is from Cincinnati and an avid fan of the Reds and Bengals.
Isabella graduated double major in Biomedical Humanities and Spanish and an International Studies minor. She is from Ellwood City, Pennsylvania. In addition to being a Garfield Scholar, Isabella was a Resident Assistant, Admission Navigator, Orientation Leader and a general student worker in the Admission Office.