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Malone earns degree from IU

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BLOOMINGTON – Aaron Ross Malone graduated from Indiana University May 4 with a bachelor’s degree in human biology with a concentration in human health and disease, minors in chemistry and psychology and a certificate in business foundations from the Kelley School of Business.

While at IU, Malone served as a community mentor and a Residential Learning Workshop Peer Instructor at Foster International Living Learning Center. He was inducted into Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Lambda Delta honor societies and was named to the dean’s list two times, achieving a 3.7 or higher grade-point average. He also served as a class campaigns’ member for three semesters, was involved with the Indiana University Student Foundation for 2 years, a volunteer EMT for Indiana Collegiate Emergency Medical Services for 4 years, traveled to New Zealand with the International Student Volunteers for a two-week project and served as a staff member on the Communications Committee for GlobeMed at IU for three semesters.
Malone has also served as an external liaison and treasurer for the Human Biology Student Government for 2 years, worked as a teaching assistant in the Emergency Medical Technicians Laboratory for three semesters, been an undergraduate teaching assistant in Human Biology B200 for one semester, and completed an internship at Monroe Hospital in quality and infection control.
Malone was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity for three years and held various leadership positions including junior standards and ethics board representative, chaplain, chronicler and special events committee member. This year’s SAE chapter had the fourth highest grade-point average out of the 32 fraternities recognized by the Interfraternity Council on Indiana University’s Bloomington campus. Malone had the third highest GPA among the 120-member SAE chapter for the fall 2012 semester.
Malone is a graduate of Tell City High School. He is the son of Paul and Cindy Malone and the grandson of Alvin and Gertrude Malone and Criss and Agnes Gruver, all of Tell City.