|Alumni Weekend |
|Alumni Weekend is around the corner! Come back to Hiram Hill and participate in your weekend at Hiram. From canoeing and dancing to tours and classroom discussions, we’ve got something for everyone. You can even stay over night in our residence halls! Every year we have seen more and more alumni come back to re-experience Hiram. Will you be one of them this year?|
We invite all alumni, especially those celebrating a reunion, to come to this year's Alumni Weekend June 13th through the 15th. A special welcome goes to the class of 1964 who will be celebrating their 50th reunion this year.
To see a full list of the weekends' festivities, click HERE or on the logo above. Last year over 800 people returned to Hiram Hill.
Also, don't forget about the annual Day with Hiram golf outing held the Friday of Alumni Weekend. Click HERE for more information and to register.
|Golf Gear Sale |
|If you are planning on joining us for our annual Day with Hiram golf outing make sure to pick up the latest Hiram College golf gear during the 10% deal on HiramTerriersGear.com!|
|Coffee Chats with the Dean|
|Join fellow alumni and friends in Northeast Ohio for your Saturday morning coffee with Dean Haak. These casual events are free and open to anyone who would like to join us!|
Learn about what is happening in the academic life of the College and meet other Hiram alumni living in your area.
Click the locations below for more information.
Saturday - March 29, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Panera Bread in Montrose / Fairlawn
3895 Medina Road
Akron, Ohio 44333
Saturday - April 12, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
The Coffee House at University Circle
11300 Juniper Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Saturday - April 26, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
The Mocha House in Warren
Basement Banquet Room
467 High Street
Warren , Ohio 44481
|Hiram Night Out in NYC |
|Hiram Alumna Pia Gallo '78 invites New York City area alumni and friends of Hiram College for a champagne reception in honor of President Thomas V. Chema. |
Enjoy a glass of champagne or chardonnay and hors d'oeuvres and meet other Hiramites living in or near New York City as we toast President Chema’s service to Hiram and his coming retirement.
Click HERE to register.
Thursday - April 10th, 2014
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Pia Gallo Gallery
53 East 64th Street, 3rd Floor
New York, New York 10065
|Summer Courses at Hiram |
|Do you know any college students who would be interested in taking summer courses at Hiram College? Summer is a great time to catch up or get ahead on coursework! Hiram College is offering over 50 on-campus, off-campus (Northwoods, Lorain County Community College, Cuyahoga County Community College) online and blended courses and workshops. Summer courses are also a wonderful way for students to stay on track and graduate in four years. It's easy for students to register. Current Hiram College students can simply go to my.hiram.edu. Students that attend other colleges and universities should call 330-569-5161 to register for a course. |
For a full listing of courses click HERE. Please encourage students that you know to take advantage of all the summer courses offered at Hiram College!
|Ohio Historical Society Marker Dedication|
|Join the James A. Garfield Historical Society and the James A. Garfield School District as guests to the upcoming dedication of an Historical Marker to be erected at the former Garrettsville train depot. A grant was secured through the Ohio Historical Society to memorialize the site of the "last great train heist in American history" on November 7th, 1935.|
Research for this grant began as Julie Thompson's (Hiram class of 2013) senior capstone project for her major in History. Her research topic was recognized by the Council on Undergraduate Research in Washington, D.C. and was one of the projects chosen to be presented to congressional leaders in the district.
Click HERE for more information and to register.
Wednesday - May 14th, 2014
James A. Garfield High School
10233 State Route 88
Iva Walker Auditorium
Garrettsville, Ohio 44231
|Workshops in the Woods|
|The Northwoods Field Station is a rustic camp surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty and has served as a remote campus for summer courses and programs since the 1970’s. Located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula near Munising, the camp overlooks Cherry Lake among the trees of the Hiawatha National Forest and is surrounded by 100,000 acres of forest, meadows, bogs, rivers and lakes. Nearby attractions include Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and Seney National Wildlife Refuge.|
Hiawatha Writing Workshop
July 19th through the 26th, 2014
Wolves & Civilization
June 15th through the 21st, 2014
Click HERE for more information on these two exciting week long workshops at the Northwoods Field Station.
|Your Will -- Don’t leave home without it.|
|Before you know it summer will be here, the time that many families plan vacation trips. Have you made your will yet? If not, do so before your vacation. It will give you peace of mind. We can provide you with a Will and Trust Planning Guide to help you protect your estate and family. Please call 800-705-5050 or reply to this e-mail with “Wills Kit” as your subject. We will promptly send you a helpful Wills Kit. For an overview of wills and estate planning, visit the Hiram College Planned Giving web site HERE. |
|From History to Mystery: or, How to Tell the Truth Even When You are Lying|
|Join the Friends of the Library for a talk by Dr. Sam Thomas, author of The Midwife’s Tale and The Harlot’s Tale. Dr. Thomas teaches at the University School in Cleveland and will give a talk entitled “From History to Mystery: or, How to Tell the Truth Even When You are Lying” followed by a book signing. |
This talk is free and open to the public.
You can learn more about Dr. Sam Thomas at his website HERE.
Thursday - April 24th
Hiram College Library
|The Center for Integrated Entrepreneurship at Hiram College presents E-Workshops that will be open to the public. The workshops are half price ($10) for alumni and $20 each for the general public. The next workshop, “SMART START” with Stacey Banks CEO of RSVP Consultants, will be on March 21, 2014. |
Click HERE for more information on each workshop and to learn how to register.
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|Center for Nature and Society- Bill Goldner Lecture|
|Dr. Bill Goldner ‘80 National Program Leader (NPL) in the Division of Sustainable Bioenergy of the Institute of Bioenergy, Climate and Environment, in the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) of the USDA will give two presentations on April 2nd: |
4:15 p.m.: a talk about Dr. Goldner’s work running a USDA sustainable bioenergy program
7:00 p.m.: a Fireside Chat about innovation in East Hall with the Entrepreneurship students and guests
Click HERE to learn more.