Canton, OH, United States
Canton, OH, United States

Malone University is a private, liberal arts college located in Canton, Ohio, United States. It was founded in 1892 by Walter and Emma Malone as a small, co-educational Bible institute called Cleveland Bible College. In Cleveland, Ohio. The institution has always maintained a close relationship with the Religious Society of Friends .Malone University holds an affiliation with the Evangelical Friends Church - Eastern Region, a North American yearly meeting of the Evangelical Friends Church International. Despite the university's more Evangelical Christian identity, the community reflects diverse religious backgrounds, with nearly 50 denominations of Christianity and several non-Christian faith practices represented. Though all employees, staff, and faculty of the university are required to sign a statement of faith, Malone students are not required to profess any religious persuasion. In addition to Malone University's traditional undergraduate college, the school also maintains a competitive graduate school offering masters in a wide field of professional studies, an online school with a variety of bachelors programs, as well as degree completion programs in management and nursing. The Graduate School also has a post-degree professional development center that offers workshops and certificates. Over the past seven years, Malone University has been consecutively ranked by US News and World Report as one of the bottom regional Universities in the Midwest. For the 2012 report, US News and World Report ranked Malone University #558 out of 604 colleges and universities in the Midwest region. Wikipedia.

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News Article | March 1, 2017

PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--McCarl’s Inc., a $150 million industrial contractor serving oil and gas, power generation, chemical and manufacturing industries, announced that it has promoted Jeffrey Hines to President. Hired in early 2016 as Executive Vice President to lead McCarl’s into its next phase of growth, Hines has successfully led the company as it expanded all of its services, including industrial construction, maintenance and fabrication. Hines has more than 35 years of experience in engineering, construction and construction management. Prior to joining McCarl’s, Hines was employed at Babcock & Wilcox Construction Co. (BWCC). Throughout his 23-year career at BWCC, he served as General Manager of Strategic Business Development, General Manager of Eastern Operations, Operations Manager, Project Manager and Senior Estimator. Prior to BWCC, Hines was an engineer in the Power Division of Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. “ In just a year, Jeff has proven himself to be a strong leader with the necessary experience in all aspects of industrial contracting to lead McCarl’s into the future,” said Chip Brown, current president of both McCarl’s and McClure Company, in Harrisburg, Pa. “ We look forward to the firm’s continued growth under his leadership.” Hines earned an M.B.A. at Malone University and holds both B.S. and associate degrees in engineering from Geneva College. “ It’s an honor to be recognized for my contributions to McCarl’s thus far, and I look forward to finding new ways to expand the company’s service offerings in my new role,” said Hines. A Beaver County native, Hines resides in western Pa. with his wife. Based in Beaver Falls, PA, McCarl’s Inc. specializes in serving the oil & gas, power generation, chemical and manufacturing industries. Foster McCarl founded the company in 1946 with a G.I. loan and a commitment to customer satisfaction. McCarl trademarked “The McCarl Way®” of doing business based on 11 standards of commitment to serving its customers and caring for its employees. More information is available at

News Article | February 17, 2017

The Community for Accredited Online Schools, a leading resource provider for higher education information, has ranked the best two- and four-year colleges with online programs in the state of Ohio for 2017. Among four-year schools a total of 41 made the list, with University of Akron, University of Toledo, University of Cincinnati, Ohio University and Ashland University coming in as the top five schools. The state’s top 18 two-year schools were also honored, with Sinclair College, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, Belmont College, Edison State Community College and Columbus State Community College taking the top five spots. Schools were ranked based on over a dozen different data points. “Student enrollment in schools within the University System of Ohio has grown 8 percent over the past decade,” said Doug Jones, CEO and founder of “As more students pursue post-secondary degrees, the schools on our list are providing more flexible, high-quality learning opportunities outside the traditional classroom.” To be included on the Best Online Schools list, colleges must meet specific base requirements, including being institutionally accredited and public or private not-for-profit institutions. Each college is scored based on additional criteria that includes its employment and counseling resources, student/teacher ratios, graduation rates and financial aid availability. For more details on where each school falls in the rankings and the data and methodology used to determine the lists, visit: Ohio’s Best Online Four-Year Schools for 2017 include the following: Ashland University Baldwin Wallace University Bowling Green State University-Main Campus Case Western Reserve University Cedarville University Cleveland State University Defiance College Franciscan University of Steubenville Franklin University God’s Bible School and College Hiram College Kent State University at Kent Kent State University at Salem Kettering College Malone University Miami University-Oxford Mount Carmel College of Nursing Mount Saint Joseph University Mount Vernon Nazarene University Muskingum University Notre Dame College Ohio Christian University Ohio University-Main Campus Otterbein University Shawnee State University The University of Findlay Tiffin University Union Institute & University University of Akron Main Campus University of Cincinnati-Main Campus University of Dayton University of Mount Union University of Northwestern Ohio University of Rio Grande University of Toledo Urbana University Ursuline College Walsh University Wright State University-Lake Campus Wright State University-Main Campus Youngstown State University Ohio’s Best Online Two-Year Schools for 2017 include the following: Belmont College Bowling Green State University-Firelands Central Ohio Technical College Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Clark State Community College Columbus State Community College Cuyahoga Community College Edison State Community College Hocking College Lakeland Community College Lorain County Community College Marion Technical College North Central State College Northwest State Community College Rhodes State College Sinclair College Stark State College University of Akron Wayne College ### About Us: was founded in 2011 to provide students and parents with quality data and information about pursuing an affordable, quality education that has been certified by an accrediting agency. Our community resource materials and tools span topics such as college accreditation, financial aid, opportunities available to veterans, people with disabilities, as well as online learning resources. We feature higher education institutions that have developed online learning programs that include highly trained faculty, new technology and resources, and online support services to help students achieve educational success.

Stoltzfus K.M.,Malone University | Farkas K.J.,Case Western Reserve University
Substance Use and Misuse | Year: 2012

Objective: This article presents empirical findings which suggest that religious coping moderates the relationship between daily hassles stress and alcohol use among female college students. Method: This study utilized a cross-sectional data collection strategy and convenience sampling to examine the relationship between alcohol use, daily hassles stress, and religious coping among 423 undergraduate students (269 females and 154 males) at a religiously affiliated college in the Midwestern USA. Data were collected in 2008. Instruments utilized for data collection included the Inventory of College Student Recent Life Experiences, the Brief RCOPE, and quantity/frequency measures of alcohol use. Results: Involvement in positive religious coping was significantly related to lower rates of alcohol use. Hierarchical multiple regression analysis revealed that among women, positive religious coping moderated the relationship between two types of daily hassles stress (academic alienation and romantic problems) and alcohol use. Conclusions: This study found that among female college students, the relationship between daily hassles stress and alcohol use weakened with increased participation in religious coping. This finding suggests that religious coping may protect against alcohol use among female college students. The results of this study also suggest that it may be important for university-based treatment and prevention practitioners to assess involvement in religious coping practices and to include such practices in the treatment planning process, when culturally appropriate and desired by consumers. Study limitations and areas for further research are also discussed. Copyright © 2012 Informa Healthcare USA, Inc.

The role of the nurse as care coordinator is important in all patient populations, including orthopaedic settings, and is essential in promoting safe patient care for the intellectually and developmentally disabled (I/DD) person living in the residential setting. Care coordination for this population is challenging. Most healthcare providers, as well as nurses, are not familiar with the residential group home setting or with the special needs of this population, especially when presented with orthopaedic challenges. These factors, as well as funding issues, make for a "perfect storm" for care coordination. Educating nurses can help open the door to communication, smoother transitions, and collaboration among care coordinators in all settings. © 2014 by National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses.

Floyd S.,Malone University
HEC Forum | Year: 2015

Many believe that moral value is—at least to some extent—dependent on the developmental states necessary for supporting rational activity. My paper rejects this view, but does not aim simply to register objections to it. Rather, my essay aims to answer the following question: if a human being’s developmental state and occurrent capacities do not bequeath moral standing, what does? The question is intended to prompt careful consideration of what makes human beings objects of moral value, dignity, or (to employ my preferred term) goodness. Not only do I think we can answer this question, I think we can show that nascent human life possesses goodness of precisely this sort. I appeal to Aquinas’s metaethics to establish the conclusion that the goodness of a human being—even if that being is an embryo or fetus—resides at the substratum of her existence. If she possesses goodness, it is because human existence is good. © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.

Hollenbaugh E.E.,Kent State University | Everett M.K.,Malone University
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication | Year: 2013

The connections between anonymity and self-disclosure online have received research attention, but the results have been inconclusive with regard to self-disclosure in blogs. This quantitative content analysis of 154 personal journal blogs tested some assumptions of the online disinhibition effect in order to examine the effect of types of anonymity on the amount, breadth, and depth of self-disclosure in blog entries. Results showed that participants disclosed more information in their blog entries when they were more visually identified (sharing a picture of themselves), contrary to the assumptions of the online disinhibition effect. Overall, a trend emerged where visual anonymity led to less disclosiveness, and discursive anonymity (sharing one's real name) led to less disclosiveness for particular types of bloggers. © 2013 International Communication Association.

Lam M.L.-L.,Malone University
International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development | Year: 2012

Based five year field work (2006-2011) in China, the author interviewed 30 Chinese executives from 20 dif-ferent foreign multinational enterprises. Only two companies chose to practice more communication with their suppliers despite interests in operational efficiency. Exemplifying an alternative paradigm of managing sustainability based on thorough understandings through change of their organizational culture and relation-ships with their selected Chinese suppliers. Their commitment to sustainability in the global supply chain is due to the moral consciousness of their leaders and the persistence, compassion, and humbleness of their dedicated corporate social responsibility officers. There are five major barriers for managing sustainability in the global supply chain in China: seeking low cost and production efficiency; lacking internal alignments between commercial and responsible supply chain objectives; lacking incentives to practice procedural justice or develop trusting relationships with their suppliers in China in which there is weak legal enforce-ment system and civil society; easily bypassing many social and environmental responsibilities in China; and evasive compliance-oriented mechanism (i.e., monitoring, evaluating, reporting and sanctioning) over Chinese suppliers. Pursuing sustainability under the existing low-cost operational efficiency paradigm cannot overcome these five barriers. Managing sustainability in the global supply chain must be driven by the spirit of caring people and environment. © 2012, IGI Global.

Agency: NSF | Branch: Standard Grant | Program: | Phase: Campus Cyberinfrastrc (CC-NIE) | Award Amount: 319.75K | Year: 2015

Malone University is redesigning its cyberinfrastructure support of scientific research, building a framework that can be utilized by similarly-sized institutions. Malone is improving support of research through: ongoing collaborative planning with campus researchers, information technology personnel, and external partners; implementing an advanced network with application-level network visibility to optimize researcherís connections to resources and better troubleshoot when issues arise; improving its connections to peer institutions by configuring a Science DMZ, Internet2, and InCommon; and by creating a pool of student-driven programming and technical resources for the explicit purpose of supporting campus researchers.

Malone is systematically documenting and sharing this process; building a collaboration framework that can be referenced and leveraged by other small institutions who seek to support their own campus researchers. Expertise of statewide ISP OARnet will be leveraged in all aspects of the project but especially in the areas of the ScienceDMZ, Federated Identity (InCommon), and Internet2.

Malone University | Date: 2013-10-11

Clothing, namely, shirts, tops, blouses, sweat shirts including hooded sweatshirts, jackets, headbands, T-shirts, polo shirts, caps, visors and hats.

Malone University | Date: 2012-09-04

Clothing, namely, shirts, tops, blouses, sweat shirts including hooded sweatshirts, jackets, headbands, T-shirts, polo shirts, caps, visors and hats. Educational services, namely, providing courses of instruction at the university level and distributing course materials therewith.

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