Kimberly Renner '13
I am a junior biomedical humanities major with a minor in biology.
I chose Hiram for its great science program and the unique biomedical humanities major. I also chose Hiram, because of its small size and friendly, cozy atmosphere.
My favorite experiences at Hiram have been through all the clubs and activities I have joined. I have made new best friends with fellow members of the cheerleading squad, I joined the Phi Beta Gammas and was elected Party Chair, I volunteer with Circle K, and I have been given the chance to network with medical school representatives through Medicus.
I was also involved with the Center of Literature and Medicine's 20th anniversary celebration and got to listen to intriguing speakers and also had great opportunities to do some networking.
I plan on traveling to England in the Spring 3 Week of 2012. I plan on doing both my research and shadowing internships during the summer of 2011.
My favorite course at Hiram has been Maladies and Ethical Challenges, because we got to watch my favorite TV show, House, and discuss the different diseases and ethics portrayed in the series.
After Hiram, I plan on going to Optometry School preferably at the Ohio State University to become an optometrist.
For advising and more information, please contact:
Michael Blackie, Interim Co-Chair of Biomedical Humanities and Interim Co-Director of the Center for Literature and Medicine
- Mahan House
Erin Lamb, Interim Co-Chair of Biomedical Humanities and Interim Co-Director of the Center of Literature and Medicine
- Mahan House