ZVerse CRO, Kevin Maloney was featured in the Fall edition of Presbyterian College Magazine in an article entitled “Alumnus sees his future in true 3D.”
From the article:
Maloney’s PC experience “wasn’t all roses,” he said. As a student-athlete with a football scholarship, Maloney faced the challenges of adapting to different coaching staff members while meeting the challenges of rigorous academics.
“I walked into my first test in Western Civilizations and didn’t know I had a test until I saw everyone cramming [the] day of,” Maloney said. He added with a smile, “[I] made an 85.”
The characteristically small class sizes here at PC proved to be an advantage for Maloney’s learning style, and helped a great deal more than some friends he knew at the larger universities.
“PC demanded excellence from students,” he said. “No slouching or you’d fail out.”
Realizing the benefit to having small yet rigorous academic classes, Maloney is grateful for his parents’ influence in choosing to attend PC. Maloney credits the school’s demand for its students to do more than just “get by” in both academia and athletics for establishing his sense of discipline today.
Read the full article here: