To Make Him Known was created to invite members of the student body to explore how unity can still be achieved in spite of a diversity of opinions.
Senior social work major Megan Lee doesn’t necessarily plan to work with children after graduation.
For a composer, there is no higher praise than to receive a request for a commissioned work.
TARGET TRAINING. Junior Erika Cline trains Freya during her summer internship at the Conservators Center in Burlington, N.C.
Emily Indorf ’10, ‘14 did not have to look for a job after graduating with her master of arts in education, in clinical counseling (now counseling and human development). There was already one waiting for her.
Samantha Quillen '14 was hired immediately after graduation with her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree, thanks to a clinical rotation site that was in need of a nurse practitioner.
As members of the Malone community are still adjusting to the hour gained from Daylight Savings Time, senior Katie Snider is working to gain her bearings halfway across the world in Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand, where she is student teaching.
In 2013, Mike Flor would begin a journey that forever changed how he viewed the world.
Since the moment he heard the University Chorale recording on the website, Darius McBride ’16 knew that Malone was where he wanted to receive his musical education.
Quality is the hallmark of ProVia Products, headquartered in nearby Sugarcreek.