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Kevin Maloney '12

Biology teacher at Thomas Carr Howe Community High School

  • Bachelor of Arts degree, major in biology
  • Completed additional requirements for an Indiana state teaching license
  • School of Mathematics and Sciences
  • School of Education

“Many of my 300-400 level classes were smaller than 15 students. This allowed me the opportunity to ask questions and participate in hands-on labs. You have the ability to have great relationships with your professors. I could always go to my professors and get help with science labs or unit projects. The professors at Marian University want you to succeed and will provide you with the tools you need.”

Maloney played football for Marian University for four years and in 2012, the team won the NAIA National Football Championship. Maloney said, “It took four years of hard work and dedication by more than 100 players and coaches, but it paid off. Although the road along the way had a few bumps, I learned that nothing rewarding comes without a challenge. As I walked at commencement, I felt a great sense of pride knowing that my classmates, my teammates, and I had all worked hard and achieved our goals.

Kevin Maloney currently teaches math at Thomas Carr Howe Community High School in Indianapolis. Prior to that, Maloney taught middle school science at St. Philip Neri Catholic School, also in Indianapolis. Small class sizes and friendly faculty and staff are what attracted Maloney to Marian University.

Maloney used many of the tools learned in the classroom and from his internship in the 55-acre outdoor Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab with the community at large, judging elementary school students in the Central Indiana Science Fair and assisting in summer math and science camps for students in grades K-8. Maloney believes math and science should be taught and celebrated early in children’s education in a fun and integrated way.

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