Preparing our students to "live well" is a vital part of the mission of the faculty of the College of Theology, Arts, and Sciences.
One critical component of living well is finding a moral, meaningful, and life-sustaining vocation--a "good job." As you'll see below, our graduates successfully and consistently find these.
And as we guide and support students in their quests to find these vocations, we also challenge them along the way to think carefully and Christian-ly about what the words "good" and "well" mean in the phrases "a good job" and "living well." We do this because the answers matter a great deal: for the student, for our churches, for our communities, for our world.
See real life examples of how a Malone degree in a CTAS program lays the foundation for a meaningful life of work and service.
Liberal Arts (video)
Erin Brown '07, B.A., Liberal Arts; filmmaker, director, producer, photographer, Los Angeles, Calif.
Divine Muragijimana '08, business owner, co-founder and president of The Council of Young African Leaders
Communication Arts (video)
Jake Thomas '07, B.A., Communication Arts; Script Development, Los Angeles, Calif.
Language and Literature (story)
Amanda Flower '02, B.A., English, author and librarian, Akron, Ohio
Joshua Eck '11, B.A., History, deputy press secretary to the senate majority for the State of Ohio, Columbus, Ohio
Math & Computer Science (story)
Adam Klemann '00, Support and Infrastructure Manager, Malone University
Ron Robinson, Jr. '02, Director, Creative & Editorial, Atlantic Records Digital Media, New York, N.Y.
Natural Sciences (story)
Dustin Grimm '08, Analytical Forensic Chemist, AIT Labs, Indianapolis, Ind.
Christine Szostak '00, Psychologist, Assistant Professor, Professional Consultant
Social Work (story)
Kelly Ellinger '09, In-House Coordinator, LifeBanc Ohio
Visual Arts (story)
Heather Bullach '11, B.A., Visual Arts, Artist, Translations Art Gallery, Canton, Ohio
Lawrence McElrath '13, Ohio Army National Guard, Chaplain