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Career Change

Posted By Patrick J. Sirl, Saturday, July 11, 2009
Patrick Sirl, class of 2004 Weekend College, here with an update a bit of a request. During my junior and senior year at Hiram I was also a member of the Second City conservatory in downtown Cleveland. My senior year I started an improvisational comedy troupe called Off The Wall and we performed primarily in the northeast Ohio area. It was a total blast and I like to think we were pretty good too. Because of the level of success I was having at Hiram and with OTW I started doing stand up comedy at local venues. In six months I was the Feature act at clubs in the Midwest, East Coast, and throughout the South. In the spring of 2006 life changed with love walking in the door and punching me in the face. Two kids later and a transition out of the touring grind of comedy brings me to present day. OK, so that was the brief history of Then and Now. Here is where I need some feedback my fellow Alumni. I am going through a career change and a very strong likelihood of relocation this year. I am looking at transitioning into public relations, marketing, or a hybrid of the two. Also, the relocation target areas North Carolina, Florida, and Austin, TX. Anyone that can provide feedback or share their experiences in transitioning into a different career would be great. Specifically some of the steps they took that lead to success. Also, looking for feedback or some pro's and con's on the states I've listed as far as their experiences with their communities. Thanks in advance for sharing your experience! Look forward to hearing from you.

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New degree, new job, and new city!

Posted By Elisabeth M. Hesse, Monday, June 29, 2009

Elisabeth (Lisa) Hesse graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine with an MD and was commissioned as a captain in the United States Army Medical Corps on June 4, 2009.  She now lives in Washington, DC, where she is a preliminary intern in preventive and occupational medicine at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

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2009 Grad

Posted By William Foley, Monday, June 29, 2009
Bill Foley, Hiram '64, graduated on May 9, 2009 from the University of Maine at Augusta with a BA in Architecture. He expects to complete his Masters in Arch in Florence. Bill began his study of architecture when he retired in 2005. Going back to school after retirement is a great way to stay young and mentally alert.

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Cheers to the Class of '64

Posted By Alan J. Swope, Wednesday, June 17, 2009
I'll be in England traveling with my wife on the date of our class reunion, but I did want to say Hello to my Hiram classmates. Too bad I won't get to do my Dr. Katz impersonation. Izz it?

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A Terrier Once Again and a Job!

Posted By Melissa L. Maskulka, Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Melissa L. Maskulka, Class of 2007, graduated a Terrier once again, this time in the Class of 2009 from Boston University School of Medicine.  She obtained her Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine.  Additionally, she will be employed by the Syracuse (NY) Veteran's Health Administration as part of the Center for Integrated Healthcare in a research based position focusing on PTSD and substance use disorders.  She looks forward to seeing you all at Alumni Weekend!  

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A Terrier Again

Posted By Melissa L. Maskulka, Friday, May 15, 2009
Melissa L. Maskulka, Class of 2007, is a Terrier again, this time graduation from Boston University School of Medicine with a Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine.  She hopes to pursue a position as a clinical interviewer in a research study focusing on post-traumatic stress disorder.  

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Earned Doctorate

Posted By Christopher Toth, Friday, May 1, 2009
Christopher Toth '02 received his PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Communication from Iowa State University in May. He has accepted a tenure-track position in the Department of Writing at Grand Valley State University.

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Rural Community, Global Reach

Posted By Sarah A. Chase, Saturday, April 18, 2009
Sarah Chase '02 has been named the new Head of PR & Marketing for Rural TV.  Rural TV (www.ruraltv.tv) is the world’s first 24-hour international television network dedicated to crossing borders with farming, equine, rural lifestyle, and traditional country music entertainment programmes.  The channel launched into over 9 million United Kingdom television homes on SKY channel 279 at high noon on March 2, 2009. Originating from offices in London, England, RURAL TV is now available in over 20 countries throughout western Europe via broadcast satellite, and world-wide through its broadband operations on ruraltv.tv.

Sarah will be working to build a broader audience within the UK and Europe.  She is devoted to developing Rural TV's base of intelligent, groundbreaking, timely and visually stimulating programmes, as well as securing a steady stream of new and ever more active sponsors of rural programming and passions.  

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Welcome, Oliver!

Posted By Courtni E. Moorman (James), Monday, February 16, 2009
Courtni (James) Thorpe, Class of '98, and husband Peter W. Thorpe proudly announce the birth of their son, Oliver Wilfred, who arrived on December 27, 2008 weighing 7 pounds, 15 ounces.  The family lives in the Westpark neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio

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1979 Art Tour Reunion

Posted By Karen Kingsley, Friday, February 13, 2009

It's been 30 years..time to reunite the cast of characters from the 1979 Art Tour. Please contact me if you're interested in getting together for a reunion in the near future. Knag@twcny.rr.com

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