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Your Professors

Professors matter when choosing a college, perhaps more than anything else you consider. Why? Your professors are the people who will help you get the most out of your academic experience in college. They will push you to take ownership of your learning and to do your very best work. They will impact your life in ways you cannot imagine.  Here's what you should know about CTAS professors.

First they are very well prepared to give you the best education possible.

        • 93 percent of full-time tenure track faculty in the College have earned the highest academic degree possible in their field of expertise (doctoral or MFA degree). 
        • Your professors have received their degrees from places like: the University of Virginia, the University of Notre Dame, Duke University, The University of Iowa, Yale University, Boston University, and others.

Second, they are some of the best teachers on Malone's campus:

Third, they are excellent scholars.  Scholarship matters because the more a professor knows about the world the more she can teach you about it!

        • For the last 13 of 15 years, a professor in the College of Theology, Arts, and Sciences has received Malone's Distinguished Faculty Award for Scholarship.
        • Since 2005, four CTAS professors have been selected as Fulbright Scholars.  The Fulbright Program is the flagship international education exchange program sponsored by the United States Government.

Finally, they are real people who will invite you into their lives.  Many professors live in the neighborhood around campus and have interesting hobbies including: early American stoneware, disc golfing, extreme endurance races, serving on boards of service organizations, working with government agencies, bicycling, harvesting wasp and hornet venom, serving as active pastors. Come, get to know them and watch yourself grow!

Meet two of our Fulbright Scholars:



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