Hiram Advisory: Due to evolving recommendations regarding COVID-19, Hiram College transitioned to a remote synchronized learning environment effective March 18. Check back often for updates here.
250 high school students to join college community for April 19 Hiram Health festivities.Read More
Hiram College will offer a new public health degree program this fall. The program, through which students can either major or minor in public health, merges the college’s liberal arts curriculum with this emerging field of preventative medicine and health promotion.Read More
Michael Rebold, Ph.D., assistant professor of integrative exercise science at Hiram College, conducts first known study to examine the negative effects of cell phone use on postural stability and exercise.Read More
What shapes the questions, approaches and decisions physicians and other medical professionals make about patient care? Do they scratch beneath the surface and look at patients holistically, taking into consideration their socioeconomic status, religious beliefs, ethnic backgrounds and other factors?Read More
Are weight gain and inactivity inevitable over the holidays and winter season? “Absolutely not,” says Mike Rebold, Ph.D., who leads Hiram College’s new integrative exercise science program.Read More