Students earning an associate’s degree in Deaf Communications Studies – Interpreter Education at ST. Louis Community College can continue their education for two years at Maryville and earn a bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation services thanks to a new partnership between the two institutions. [more …]
Maryville University has been granted permission by the NCAA to advance to the Provisional Year, the final step and last year before Maryville’s 17 intercollegiate teams are fully reclassified from Division III to Division II.
Maryville University alumni will gather for the final Whitaker Music Festival performance on Aug. 4 at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Maryville grads will comprise the rhythm section as the Gene Dobbs Bradford and the Blues Inquisition band takes the stage. Clarence “CB” Bonham, ’98, is the bass player and Tom Menary, ’87, is the drummer.
A Student’s Perspective of her Summer London Study Abroad Trip by Angel Kothe, senior I have often been asked since returning two weeks ago from London what my favorite “part” of the trip was. Honestly, I cannot answer that question. For one, “part” can be broken into many sections, such as favorite park, favorite restaurant,… Continue Reading
The stage is set for the St. Louis Women’s Chorale to become part of the campus community. A new partnership between Maryville and the organization means the chorale group will serve as ensemble-in-residence, while retaining its independent, not-for-profit status.
Sam Smugala, a junior in the interior design program, is spending this summer on campus redesigning office spaces to make them more user-friendly. Although she started off just giving reorganization advice, Smugala has now redesigned five spaces across campus, with a sixth planned for August.
Maryville University will host David Peacock, president of Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., as the featured speaker in the KMOX Business Owners Speaker Series (BOSS) from 7 to 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 17, in the University Auditorium. [more …]
The 2nd Annual Young Alumni Night at the Ballpark will be held Friday, Aug. 20, at Busch Stadium, features a 7:15 p.m. match-up between the St. Louis Cardinals and the San Francisco Giants. [more …]
Maryville’s Weekend & Evening College celebrated the grand opening of the new Lake Saint Louis-Dardenne Prairie campus with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on July 20. [more …]
Maryville Talks Books, an author series presented by University Library, will bring well-known authors to campus this fall, including: Steven Johnson, Ron Chernow, Joseph Ellis and Michele Norris. [more …]
Georgia Prince has been named Maryville’s new head cheerleading and dance team coach. She is also serving as a project specialist for Weekend & Evening and Graduate Admissions. Working both jobs will be a balancing act, Prince said.
Maryville would like to hear stories from our alumni about pranks, jokes, gags or other hilarious hijinks from your college days. Whether the antics were a yearly tradition or a way to blow off steam during finals week, we’d love to read your tales in the comments section below. We hope to compile and share… Continue Reading
Whitaker Music Festival Wednesday, Aug. 4 7:30 p.m. Missouri Botanical Garden Stop by the Cohen Amphitheater, located between the Children’s Garden and Center for Home Gardening, to meet up with Maryville alumni, enjoy the music and claim your gift from the Alumni Association. Look for the red umbrellas. Adult Info Night Thursday, August 5 5:30-7:30… Continue Reading
Calling All Pranksters! Maryville seeks stories from our alumni about pranks, jokes, gags or other hilarious hijinks from your college days. Whether the antics were a yearly tradition or a way to blow off steam during finals week, we’d love to hear your tales. We hope to compile and share the posts with all alumni… Continue Reading
Nina Caldwell, EdD, vice president of student life and dean of students, served as a presenter for the National InRoads Summer Learning Summit last month at Saint Louis University. Caldwell presented on “Values in Leadership” at the conference, which works to develop and place minority youth in business and industry opportunities and prepare them for… Continue Reading
Fresh Start – Moving On, Letting Go, and, Sometimes, Coming Home Suburban Journals, (July 22, 2010) – Maryville student Morgan Scott and Jennifer McCluskey, PhD, are interviewed. Nurse Practitioners Will Play Larger Role in Future St. Louis Business Journal (July 21, 2010 – subscription only) Charles Gulas, dean of the School of Health Professions, is… Continue Reading
Maryville University has partnered with the Saint Louis Science Center and Herbie’s Restaurant to present Science Café events on the third Thursday of each month, January-November. The next event will be held at 7 p.m. on Aug. 19, at Herbie’s, 405 N. Euclid Ave. The program, “Off the Beaten Path: The Science of the National… Continue Reading