Amy Malaska Named Vice President for Student Affairs
What's New, 2012-03-29
Walsh University has announced the appointment of Amy Malaska as Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students. Malaska has served as the Walsh Dean of Students since 2007.
In her new position, Malaska will become a member of the Executive Staff, and serve as liaison with the Board of Directors in all areas related to student life. In this position, she becomes the ranking official in student affairs. Malaska is also responsible for the oversight and supervision of the Assistant Dean of Students (Campus Life Programs and Orientation), Assistant Dean of Students (Chief Judicial and Chief Housing Officer), Director of Campus Ministry (Campus Ministry Programs and Initiatives), Chief of Campus Police (Campus Police Force and Traffic/Parking Services), Director ofCounseling Services and the Counseling Center.
As Chief Student Affairs Officer, Malaska also has responsibility for Multicultural Affairs, International Student Services, Commuter Student Services, Intramurals and University Wellness programs.
Before joining Walsh in 1999 as the Director of Residence Life, Malaska held student affairs positions at Truman State University and Southeast Missouri State University. She earned a B.A. in Communication from Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH) and an M.A. in Counseling from Truman State University (Kirksville, MO).