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Three Hiram College students join Matthew Notarian, visiting professor of classics, digging up history at archaeological excavation in Italy.Read More
For nearly two decades, Roxanne Sorrick, Ed.D., head of teacher education and professor of education, has dedicated her career to the Hiram College community as a master teacher, reflective practitioner, curricular leader, and more. Most recently, she was named to the Crain’s Cleveland Business list of Notable Women in Education.Read More
Educational studies is a distinctive major at Hiram College that teaches students about educational institutions, educational processes, and the social and cultural factors that affect them.Read More
Students kicked off the fall three-week semester networking with alumni and learning about proper table manners and interview attire.Read More
The initiative, set to launch in fall 2017, will provide students and faculty and staff members with Apple devices to enhance their work in and out of the classroom -- while also trying to make sure people are sometimes off the grid.Read More
This is the eighth in a series of Garfield Log stories that feature students and professors who share the type of connections that define the ideal college, just as famous Hiram alumnus President James A. Garfield intended. Today on the Garfield Log, Claire Esposito, a sophomore majoring in mathematics with a licensure in education, joins her favorite professor, Cathy Erbes, Ph.D., assistant professor of mathematics.Read More