One year ago, Kristi (Garman) Foss received her master’s degree hood from Malone University, a symbol of her commitment to her own education.
Chad Fitch '12, pictured with his wife,Beckie (Linder) Fitch '12, an RN who works in the Cleveland Clinic cardiovascular intensive care unit.
Domenica (Langowski) McClintock ’02, supervisor for the Cuyahoga County Health Department, has always enjoyed working with the public.
Michael Oster’s first time on the bench was admittedly not as prestigious as the role he now holds.
Since finishing her degree through Malone’s accelerated program in 2008, Candice McDonald has rocketed her way through an impressive list of accomplishments.
After 30 years of practice and research, Susan Wechter knows kids.
After ten years as an instructor at Stark State College, Deborah Evans was ready to advance in her career. But first, she needed a bachelor’s degree.
A job shadowing experience with an athletic director while a Lake High School student developed within John Regas ’06 a passion for working in sports administration.
Michelle Kovalaske was told by some that attending small, private, Christian, Malone University would make it difficult to get into medical school.
Throughout the course of the year, Malone provides opportunities for current students to interact with young and seasoned alumni on campus to encourage professional development and mentorship.