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.
Malone University is more well known in a community in Arizona due to the efforts this summer of Director of Theatre Tammie McKenzie.
Heather Bullach ’11 is the newest member of the Massillon Museum (MassMu) team, where she will bring national attention to the museum as traveling exhibits coordinator.
Passionate about helping those in need, Monica Small Hershberger ’11 has been active in the nonprofit world since graduating from Malone and, specifically, has developed a knack for grant writing.
Alexandra (Gomez) Robbins ’07 hosted an art show at the most recent First Friday in Canton, her theme inspired by C. S. Lewis’s timeless series, The Chronicles of Narnia.
A cooperative public history project in their History Senior Seminar has empowered students to explore firsthand the ways in which Malone has – and hasn’t – changed throughout its time in Canton.
After less than one year of employment, Strayer was named a partner at the Columbus-based firm Goldman & Braunstein, LLP. Strayer joined the firm in February 2016.