Michele Waalkes believes in the relevance of art.
PASSING THE MEGAPHONE. Rachel Hunka, the Pioneers head cheerleading coach, points to a photo of herself as a cheerleader for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Right, the Malone University cheerleaders.
Completing an unfinished degree was high on the to-do list of Jeffrey Moore, a departmental manager at Fomo Products, Inc.
It is a general rule that success is built on a solid foundation, and this is a principle that Ben Adams ’13 exemplifies throughout his life.
Megan (Levering) Dahlheimer ’08 has only – ever – wanted to work with children. Even more specifically, she knew she wanted to work at Akron Children’s Hospital before she even attended college.
With a pencil behind her ear as she sat in her childhood desk, Amber Benson ’15 dreamt of becoming a teacher.
LOVING GOD & LOVING THEIR NEIGHBORS. Psychology alumna Trisha (Porter) Burky '01 and her family are living out callings as pastors, church planters, and good neighbors.
Timing is everything. This is especially true for Tammy Miller, ’91, ’12, who recently joined the team at Hope Behavioral Health, LLC (HBH), a mental health agency headquartered in Beachwood, Ohio.
When researching his family tree, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership Roger Morris, Ed.D., came across a branch that captured his imagination. He discovered that some of his descendants fought in the Civil War.
Education changed Melisa Carr's life. Through her work as the Adult Education Director for Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center (ACWHCC), she has the opportunity to change the lives of others, too.