Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Northeastern U., Boston, 1951; Master of Education in Science and Mathematics, Boston University, 1954; Master of Science in Organic Synthetic Medicinal Chemistry, Purdue University, 1959; Doctor of Philosophy in Analytical Medicinal Chemistry and Nucleonics, Purdue University, 1960.
With, United States Army Air Force, 1943-1946;
combat flier, sergeant 487th bomb group, 839th bomb squadron, United States Army Air Force
commissioned First lieutenant, United States Army, 1955;
advanced through grades to colonel(P), United States Army, 1986;
manager, Shoppers World Pharmacy, Inc., Framingham, Massachusetts, 1951-1953;
assistant professor physical science Portia Law School, Calvin Coolidge College, Boston, 1952-1954;
teacher physics and chemistry, Natick (Massachusetts) High School, 1955-1956;
graduate instructor, assistant radiological control officer, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, 1957-1958;
associate professor of chemistry College Pharmacy, Mercer U., Atlanta, 1960-1961;
associate professor to professor, head department radiological science, director Office Radiological Safety, Auburn U., Alabama, 1961-1966;
specialist physical science research division higher education research, Bureau Research, United States Office Education, 1966-1967;
head curriculum higher education research, Bureau Research, United States Office Education, 1967;
head instructional science equipment program, associate program director, then director special projects program, National Science Foundation, Washington, 1967-1972;
assistant dean, director research and graduate studies, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 1972-1973;
professor of chemistry, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 1972-1973;
research professor biochemistry and molecular biology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 1973-1975;
associate vice president for administration and finance, chief administrative officer Health Sciences Center Campus, U. Oklahoma, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, 1973-1975;
associate vice president for systems planning, procedure development and special projects, central administration, U. Oklahoma, Norman, since 1975;
executive vice president, Academy World Inc., since 1975;
president, Chief Executive Officer, Malone, Zallen & Associations division AcaWorld Corporation, Greenville, North Carolina
vice-president, director nuclear division, Vachon, Nix & Associations, Atlanta
president, Chief Executive Officer, Computer Professionals Inc., Computer Distbrs. Corporation
president, Chief Executive Officer, Malone Group International, Columbus, Georgia
science advisor, Litton Corporation/Army Research Institute, 1991;
science advisor, Omega Training Group Inc./GIAT Industries, France, since 1992;
science advisor, Wetzel International, Inc., since 1994;
Chairman, Board Of Directors, Cons. Unlimited, Columbus, Georgia.
Assistant dean, director research and graduate studies Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 1972-1973. Analytical chemist Communicable Diseases Center United States Public Health Service, Atlanta, 1962. Special lecturer Radiobiology Institute, National Science Foundation, Washington, 1963-1964, head instrumental science equipment program, associate program director, then director special projects program, 1967-1972.
President President's Science and Technological Advisory Commission, Washington. Board directors International Science and Engineering Fairs, Science Svc., Inc., 1973-1985. Vice president Oklahoma College Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Tulsa.
Consultant Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Governor North Carolina primary alternate to Southern States Energy Board, 1984-1990, Executive Committee board, 1986. Consultant in field.
Republican candidate North Carolina General Assembly, 1986. Member American Chemical Society (board directors, chairman Auburn section 1966), American Society Engineering Education (long range planning committee), National Council University Adminstrs., Society Research Adminstrs. (president Southern section from 1974, chairman publications committee), Health Physics Society, Greenville (North Carolina) Area Chamber of Commerce (chairman research), Columbus Club, Rotary (chairman bulletin committee Auburn 1963, board directors Auburn1964, board directors Stillwater 1972-1973, Greenville 1981-1986, charter president Greenville, North Carolina Morning club 1986, Paul Harris fellow), MAsons (32degree), Shriners, Sigma Xi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Rho Chi, Phi Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Theta, Beta Phi (past national secretary).
Married Eugenia Malone, August 23, 1959.