Hiram College Names Bohrer VP, Dean

HIRAM, Ohio – Following a national search, Hiram College is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Bohrer II, Ph.D.,as vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college. 

As the chief academic officer, Bohrer will serve as a key member of the president’s leadership team and will work to identify strategic directions for the college. He will be responsible for evaluating current academic offerings and potential new programs within the context of an evolving higher education landscape. 

“The combination of strong liberal arts, professional programs, and an emphasis on experiential education positions the college well for today’s educational environment,” says Bohrer.

Bohrer comes to Hiram from Gettysburg College after serving more than 20 years in faculty and administrative positions, including his most recent role as senior associate provost for academic success.

“I am excited that Dr. Bohrer is joining the executive team at Hiram,” says David Haney, Ph.D., president of Hiram College. “He brings with him a wealth of experience in areas that will be essential to Hiram’s success in coming years.” 

Bohrer holds a B.S. in comprehensive social science from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and a doctor of philosophy degree in political science from Texas A&M University. 

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