Professor of Music Jesse Ayers has gained national recognition for his work as a composer, leading to additional visibility for Malone University.
The national rating guide Colleges of Distinction has included Malone University in its 2016 edition.
Malone University garnered yet another honor last week when U.S. News & World Report ranked our institution #12 in its list of 38 "Best Value Schools" for Regional Universities in the Midwest.
Malone University is pleased to announce the creation of a new Environmental Studies program.
25th Street Productions (Malone University's student record label), in cooperation with the Commercial Recording Class, has released a six-song extended play (EP) of original music for Christmas.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission awarded Brenda D. Stevens, Director of Multicultural Services at Malone University, the MLK Award for Education Service.
Tammy Troyer ’09 RN, BSN, MSN, and soon MBA, is part of a new and growing trend in healthcare – Nursing Informatics.
It’s safe to say that April Linard’s holiday season got off to quite an exciting start.
Michael McMorrow already had a career that he enjoyed. As a trainer at Zephyrs 24-Hour Fitness, he transitioned into working with young people.
The American Prize in Composition recognizes the best composers of new works that have been publicly performed. This year – for the first time – the famed award program has named five honored artists, with Malone’s Jesse Ayers among them.