Current Scholars


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Scholars

Lauren is a junior double majoring in Biochemistry and Biomedical Humanities. She worked at the Clary House in Massillon, Ohio as the floor lead. She has mentored elementary students, participated in mission trips, and helped in local animal shelters. After gradating from Hiram, Lauren plans to attend graduate school and earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.

Julia is a sophomore planning to major in Nursing with a minor in Biomedical Humanities. She hopes to focus on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or pediatrics. Julia enjoys playing softball and ran her own pitching clinic. She has also volunteered at many events in her home town.

Ashley is a junior majoring in Nursing. She was elected as the nursing representative for her class, and is a Head Resident Assistant. After graduating from Hiram and passing the NCLEX to become an RN, Ashley has an interest to work with elderly patients. Her long term goal is to become an advanced practice nurse.

Jacob is a sophomore leaning toward majoring in History or English. He is a member of the men’s basketball team.

Wyatt has yet to declare a major. He is leaning toward Chemistry and Physics, and teacher licensure. He has an interest in both science and politics and hopes to use the skills learned at Hiram and the GCPL in order to better educate his future students and hopefully reforming and improving our nation’s education.

Amanda is a sophomore pursuing a plural degree in Neuroscience and Chemistry. She plays tenor saxophone in the Hiram Howl pep band, wind ensemble, and jazz band. She also is the Chemistry Club treasurer. After earning her B.A., Amanda plans to go to graduate school hoping one day to enter a neurochemistry research program.

Noah is a junior majoring in Biology, planning to declare a minor in Chemistry and Public Health. He is a member of Veticus, Medicus, and the men’s soccer team. He works at the James H. Barrow Field Station in charge of the filtration system. Noah has been debating between veterinary medicine, pharmacology and research after Hiram.

Trey is a junior intending to major in Biomedical Humanities on the pre-medicine track. He hopes to become a pediatric physician and is particularly interested in specializing in infectious diseases. Aside from being a member of the GCPL, he is an Eclectic Scholar, Vice President of Medicus, and a Student Senator. Prior to coming to Hiram, Trey served as a state officer for Ohio HOSA-Future Health Professionals as well as a representative on his school district’s student legislative board. His hobbies include playing tennis, traveling, and researching current medical and political issues. Trey is looking forward to becoming more aware and growing through GCPL and hopes that GCPL will develop him into the future pediatric physician and leader that he hopes to become one day.