Neal Malicky (born 1934) served as the sixth president of Baldwin-Wallace College (now Baldwin Wallace University) in Berea, Ohio from 1981 to 1999. Malicky was replaced by Mark H. Collier in 1999. A building on the north side of BW's campus bears Malicky's name. The Neal Malicky Center for the Social Sciences was named in his honor in 2001.

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  • Neal Malicky (born 1934) served as the sixth president of Baldwin-Wallace College (now Baldwin Wallace University) in Berea, Ohio from 1981 to 1999. Malicky was replaced by Mark H. Collier in 1999. A building on the north side of BW's campus bears Malicky's name. The Neal Malicky Center for the Social Sciences was named in his honor in 2001. (en)
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  • Neal Malicky (born 1934) served as the sixth president of Baldwin-Wallace College (now Baldwin Wallace University) in Berea, Ohio from 1981 to 1999. Malicky was replaced by Mark H. Collier in 1999. A building on the north side of BW's campus bears Malicky's name. The Neal Malicky Center for the Social Sciences was named in his honor in 2001. (en)
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