Business School Hosts HR Networking Event Wednesday, May 26 7:30 – 9 a.m. Maryville Campus-ABAC 2245 Grad Info Session Wednesday, June 2 7 – 8:30 p.m. Donius University Center, Room 107 For more information, visit: maryville.edu/gradinfo. 22nd Annual Maryville University Golf Classic Monday, June 7 Old Hickory Golf Club in St. Peters Jackson Kaguri –… Continue Reading
Healthcare Reform Makes for Great Conversation Friends, family, faculty and staff gathered in Buder Family Commons last Sunday for another “Great Conversation.” Sponsored by Maryville University Alumni Relations Office, this month’s meeting of the minds discussed Social Justice in a non-combative, relaxed environment. Drinks and snacks were provided while conversation drifted over a variety of topics…. Continue Reading
Faculty Advisors of the Year The Center for First-Year Experience and Advising awarded the Advisors of the Year recently during the annual all faculty meeting. Nominations are sought from students and chosen by a committee of student representatives from each school and college. 2010 Recipients College of Arts and Sciences: Mary Carol Parker School of… Continue Reading
New GI Bill Fulfills Veterans’ College Dreams St. Louis Post-Dispatch (May 17, 2010) – Betty Kutilek is quoted regarding Maryville students who are veterans. Announcements of gift from Walker family: Maryville University Gets Gift from Walkers St. Louis Business Journal (May 10, 2010) Local Industrialist Makes Big Donation to Maryville KTVI Fox 2Now and KPLR11 (May 10, 2010) Local… Continue Reading
Maryville University President Mark Lombardi announced on May 10, 2010, that the new School of Health Professions building will be named “Earl E. and Myrtle E. Walker Hall” after the longtime philanthropists and founders of Carr Lane Manufacturing Company in St. Louis. The honor is in recognition of a major gift from the Walkers.
The 22nd Annual Maryville University Golf Classic will be held Monday, June 7, at the Old Hickory Golf Club in St. Peters, hosted by the athletics department.
The Weekend & Evening College’s St. Charles County Center debuts at its new location in Lake Saint Louis this week. An open house for the Maryville community held Monday, May 10, showcased the facility.
Watch your mailboxes in early June for the newly redesigned Maryville Magazine. The biannual alumni magazine now has 48 pages of content, several new regular departments, larger photos and wider pages.
For the first time in school history, Maryville University has been included on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, which recognizes institutions of higher education for their commitment to and achievement in community service.
Maryville University honored the achievement of more than 800 graduates during the 137th commencement exercises held Saturday, May 1, in an outdoor ceremony on campus. […]
Sue DeBlaze, Lily Duggan and Joanne Sullivan have been close friends since their undergraduate days at Maryville University. While they can’t always be together to enjoy performances, lectures or programs hosted by their alma mater, their arms are forever linked – that is, their names are always side by side, joined by the arms of… Continue Reading
During a recent celebration hosted by the Finch Center for Teaching and Learning, graduates of the 2008-2010 Action Research Program were honored. Also, it was announced that Marilyn Cohn, distinguished visiting professor of education, has been named director of the Center and Julie Bergfeld, director of academic technology, will serve as assistant director, as well… Continue Reading
Kevin Carroll was welcomed into the Maryville University family as the head basketball coach on April 14, 2010. Although he is a long way from his hometown in Chattanooga, Tenn., Carroll is excited to be working at Maryville.
A new scholarship for students enrolled in the School of Education has been established by Mike Liao, general manager of Yagu Asian Cuisine, a Chesterfield restaurant. The Yagu Educational Scholarship will be awarded to students seeking a teaching career at the elementary, middle or secondary level, with preference given to those in financial need.