The kindness and compassion of a local congregation has changed the lives of two Malone University students and led to the establishment of a scholarship fund to help students in the future.
Jack Angelo always knew he wanted to serve the public.
Linda Leon, director of spiritual formation, has been part of the Malone community for decades.
Neil Carpathios, Malone’s writer-in-residence, has always used writing as a way to be present in his everyday life.
Andrea Fry Spotleson ‘17 was drawn to the sciences, but didn’t have a clear path forward.
The Malone University chapter of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society, Pi Chi, recently welcomed new members with excitement for their upcoming initiatives that are designed to enhance the professional experiences of nurse leaders in the Stark County region and beyond.
RegisteredNursing.org has recently ranked Malone University #5 on their list of the best RN programs in Ohio for 2023.
Thanks to a generous grant provided by the Lykeion Fund through the Stark Community Foundation, David Beer, chair of the department of history, philosophy, and social sciences and associate professor of political science, was able to take a group of Malone students to the Cleveland Museum of Art for an up close and personal learning experience.
Alana (Sopko) Pustay ‘14 knows what it’s like to be a student who works closely with their school counselor.
Rebecca Eagle-Malone, Malone adjunct professor turned Assistant Professor in the department of natural sciences, has always had a research interest.