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
Ricky and Victoria Branham were already juggling two careers - and two children - when they decided to pursue their MBA studies as a couple.
Jerome West ’08 (M212) strives to be a role model in every area of his life, particularly in the Canton community where he lives and works.
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.