Assistant Professor in History
M.A., ABD, Kent State University
Timothy Mieyal is a proud alumnus of Baldwin Wallace, graduating with a double major in history in 1996. For graduate school, Mieyal attended Kent State University. His areas of concentration were 19th and 20th century United States social, cultural, political and military history. He earned his M.A. in history in 1998 and presently is ABD in Kent State's doctoral program. His thesis, "A Story of Valor: The Seventh Ohio Volunteer Infantry," won the Outstanding Thesis Award, and his dissertation on the civil rights movement is titled "You Can Say That I Am In Human Rights: The Expansion of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Dream 1967-68." Mieyal has lived in the Cleveland his entire life and enjoys local and Ohio history. He has taught for sixteen years and has been with Baldwin Wallace since 2008. The part of his job he enjoys most is working closely with students. In 2006, he won the Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award at Lorain County Community College and in 2012 the Adjunct Faculty Excellence Award at Baldwin Wallace. Since 2009, a dozen Dayton Miller Honor Society students have chosen Mieyal as their biggest influence at BW.