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January 25, 2013
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Malone's On-line BA Program Ranks Nationally 

U.S. News and World Report ranks Malone University's on-line Bachelor's Degree program as 33rd in the nation.  


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Twelve Stark Higher Education Faculty Honored for Excellence  

Smiling TeacherAs a consequence of the publish-or-perish imperative that has been visited on high academia in recent years, the common wisdom pays little tribute to the teaching that goes on inside the ivied halls. But the common wisdom can be uncommonly wrong. - "Outstanding teachers abound," Ohio Magazine[1]

For nearly a decade, Ohio Magazine has been on a quest to identify the state's outstanding college professors. Last month, the magazine recognized 120 higher education faculty across the state as 2012 Excellence in Education Honorees. Twelve were from Stark County colleges and universities.[2]  

  • Patricia Boehm, Ph.D. (University of Mount Union - Music)
  • Penelope Bove, Ph.D. (Walsh University - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Sociology)
  • Jennifer Clevinger, Ph.D. (Walsh University - Math and Sciences, Biology)
  • Robert Ekey, Ph.D. (University of Mount Union - Physics and Astronomy)
  • Mary Griffin, Ph.D. (Walsh University - English)
  • Michael Gruich, D.C. (Stark State College - Anatomy and Physiology)
  • Judy Kreye, M.S.N., Ph.D. (Walsh University - Nursing)
  • Sharon Luke, M.S. (University of Mount Union - Physician Assistant Studies)
  • Scott Mason, Ph.D. (University of Mount Union - Chemistry)
  • Helen Muga, Ph.D. (University of Mount Union - Engineering)
  • Douglas Palmer, Ph.D. (Walsh University - Global Learning, Humanities, History)
  • Robin Williams, R.T., M.B.A. (Aultman College of Nursing and Health Sciences - Radiography)

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