How our graduates are thriving in the Church, community, and world.
Alumnus: Chair of American Foundation for the Blind
Russell Shaffer ’01 was named chair of The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB), a national nonprofit that creates a world of no limits for people with vision loss.
Young alumna needed a new path
Finding her way
Brand new grad Liza Kirk found her way through encouragement from others.
Commitment to Academic Excellence
See how an education that encourages the integration of faith and learning, an education that equips students for a successful and meaningful career—and life—is lived out day-to-day at Malone.
Kara Kaelber wins prestigious counseling award
Congratulations, Dr. Kaelber!
Kara Kaelber received the Dave Brooks award
Faculty composers semifinalists
The American Prize
Professors of Music Jesse Ayers and Jack Ballard are both named semifinalists in The American Prize for Composition.
Reputation for Excellence
Rho Tau: ACE
Rho Tau Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (Education Honor Society) receives prestigious national award.
Faith at Malone
Our faith is more than just our heritage...it is how we learn and live.
Professor lectures internationally on...
Why we still need Luther
Professor of History Greg Miller has lectured in the United States and Europe about why we need the messages of Martin Luther 500 years later.
Empowered to Serve
Reaching out with Helping Hands
Student Education organization revived on campus
Learning flourishes in a community where people draw upon Scripture, tradition, reason, experience, and inquiry through thoughtful conversation and active relationships with others.
Meet Malone's very own...
Associate Professor of Nursing Steven Merrill enjoys portraying St. Nicholas.
Hazen inducted into USTFCCCA
Hall of Fame
Legendary Malone University cross country head coach Jack Hazen has been elected to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association's Coaches Hall of Fame.