Veronica Earley's master's degree from Malone University has taken her far – both literally and figuratively.
Mercy Ships is, essentially, a floating hospital - a Christian organization that docks in countries to provide free medical care, including surgeries such as facial tumor removals, plastic surgeries for burn contractures, orthopedic surgeries to make children's legs straight, cataract eye surgeries, and a variety of other general surgeries to removal lumps and bumps.
When Ginny Telego walked across the stage in 2014, she described it as a moment she will never forget.
Professor of International Politics Scott Waalkes wanted to learn more about how transitions of presidential administration affect foreign policy. As such, he has spent this semester in the nation's capitol as a Sabbatical Fellow for Public Policy in the American Studies Program in Washington, D.C.
Micayah Miller ’17 has always enjoyed wildlife, but was unsure what career options most appealed to her when she first enrolled at Malone. After two summers as a camp counselor at the Everglades Youth Conservation Camp in Loxahatchee, Florida, she has discovered a deep passion: conservation education.
Honors student Rachel Jenkins '16 honors thesis was titled, "Apocalyptic Abomination: Sacrificing Peace for a Temple through Interpretation of Scripture."
If you’re a frequenter of some of the successful small businesses in the Akron area, Kimberly Irvine-Lee ‘14 might be a person you want to thank.
Marilyn Henry ’73 has spent 40 years in the service to others. And though she retired from her career last month, Henry expects she'll always continue that calling - as a professor at local universities and as a consultant for social work agencies.
When Rodney Long '12 came for a visit as a prospective high school student, he told his admissions counselor he wasn't sure what he wanted to do, but he knew he wanted to help people.
Alumni help lead 3rd Street Community Church