Hiram College

School of Education, Civic Leadership, and Social Change

School of Education, Civic Leadership, and Social Change

In the School of Education, Civic Leadership, and Social Change, be prepared to engage in the complex and multidisciplinary work of seeking to understand social systems and social change, through policy examination, institutional analysis, and the investigation of the allocation of resources and values.

Through the analysis of scholarship and theory, be prepared to consider power structures, social functions, and conceptions of diversity as integral to defining and shaping community and policy.

As a result of opportunities both on and off campus, be prepared to engage in research and scientific inquiry, participate in the education of communities, strive toward change-making action, or take on leadership roles informed by coursework.

Be prepared for this, and much more!

  • Garfield Institute

    In the spirit of James A. Garfield, the Garfield Institute helps both the political and apolitical explore public service in a process replete with opportunities on and off campus.

EXPLORE THE FIVE SCHOOLS

School of Arts, Humanities, and Culture Scarborough School of Business and Communication School of Education, Civic Leaderships, and Social Change School of Health and Medical Humanities School of Science and Technology

Jennifer McCreight Headshot

Jennifer McCreight, Ph.D.

Director, School of Education, Civic Leadership & Social Change
Associate Professor of Education