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An opportunity for all educators, the second annual Tech and Trek Conference will be held on the College's campus June 19-21, and will explore topics such as mindful technology, mobile technology, creating high-impact student experiences, and innovations in teaching and learning.Read More
Michael Rebold, Ph.D., department chair, program director, and assistant professor of integrative exercise science at Hiram College is quoted in a recent article by USA Today discussing how social media and texting can be a distraction during a workout.Read More
David Strukel, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication at Hiram College, shares some of his best suggestions for the mindful use of technology inside and outside of the classroom.Read More
Danni Lynn McDonald, a student at Hiram College reflected on the second lecture in Daniel Dodge’s series: Photos that Evoke, Inspire, and Make you Pause: Practicing and Experiencing Mindful Photography.Read More
Daniel Dodge, artist- and adventurer-in residence for the fall 2018 three-week session at Hiram College, spoke with Personality Hacker’s Joel Mark Witt and Antonia Dodge about his current personal development work and challenging his inner narratives.Read More
As part of the New Liberal Arts’ rollout, Hiram College welcomes Daniel Dodge, artist- and adventurer-in residence, for its fall 2018 three-week session.Read More
Hiram’s Committee on Ethics and Values has selected “Ethics and Technology” as the interdisciplinary ethics theme for the upcoming 2018-19 school year.Read More