Hiram College

School of Science and Technology

The School of Science and Technology promotes critical thinking, scientific literacy, and hands-on technical skills; preparing our students to thrive in their careers and to become mathematically and scientifically-literate citizens, equipped to handle the challenges of the next century.

  • Center for Scientific Engagement

    The Center for Scientific Engagement at Hiram College encourages students to become in the scientific process and to explore all matters related to the sciences.

  • Jame H. Barrow Biological Field Station

    EXPERIENCE CLASSROOMS UNLIKE ANY OTHER!
    Less than three miles from campus, the James H. Barrow Biological Field Station is an active research and educational facility that not only enhances the science and environmental studies programs, but also delivers enrichment and inspiration for students in all majors.

  • Northwoods Field Station

    So you think you’ve seen everything Hiram has to offer? Not quite…we’re full of surprises! Hiram has an incredible rustic camp, called Northwoods Field Station, located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. It was built by a fantastic group of Hiram students and faculty in the 1970s, and is in the Hiawatha National Forest, just minutes from Lake Superior.

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

Nicolas Hirsch Headshot

Nicolas Hirsch, Ph.D.

Director, School of Science & Technology
Associate Professor of Biology