We’re ready to roll out the red carpet for Alumni Weekend 2010 … will we see you? It’s not too late to register for events, which begin Sept. 23, with the Athletic Hall of Fame dinner and induction ceremony, and continue through Saturday, Sept. 25, with reunion dinners. Check out the RSVP list and make… Continue Reading
Whether painting, raking, tutoring children, filing documents or sorting food, hundreds of Maryville students, faculty, staff and alumni volunteered their time and talents throughout the greater St. Louis area on Tuesday, Sept. 14, for the third annual “Maryville Reaches Out,” a day devoted to community service.
Faculty, staff and students took a moment on Sept. 14 to reflect on their experience during Maryville Reaches Out 2010 … Habitat for Humanity ReStore Mike Gillick, enrollment specialist: “The day here makes me proud to be at Maryville – it just feels good to be a part of this.” Les Armontrout, assistant professor, interior… Continue Reading
Maryville alumni and friends participated in the University’s first annual overseas program this past June. The trip throughout Italy was a rousing success as 28 alumni, friends, faculty, and staff traveled throughout the country savoring the best of Italian cuisine and culture. The Center for Global Education has planned a second annual trip, this time… Continue Reading
Maryville University will host the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, “Integrating the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning into the Academic Culture,” on Oct. 1-2. Two keynote events are planned.
PNC Grow Up Great Grants KMOX.com (Sept. 16, 2010) 1,000 Volunteers from Missouri’s Maryville University Set Out to Lend a Hand KPLR 11 (Sept. 14, 2010) Maryville Reaches Out (photo gallery) St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Sept. 14, 2010) Ex-laureate Kooser Coming to Town St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Sept. 9, 2010) Jewish Campus Life 2010 St. Louis Jewish… Continue Reading
Sam Hausfather, PhD, dean of the School of Education at Maryville University, has been appointed to a national advisory group that will assist the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) in improving clinical teacher preparation programs that are critical to the enhancement of the nation’s K-12 schools. Jack Bennett, assistant professor, successfully completed… Continue Reading
Memorial Service for Barbara Parker A memorial service celebrating the life of Barbara Parker, PhD, CRC, LCPC, will be held on Maryville’s campus at 10 a.m. on Sept. 24 in Huttig Chapel, followed by a tree planting. Dr. Parker, who died suddenly in July, was director of the rehabilitation counseling and rehabilitation services programs. More… Continue Reading
Pleasant Memories Exhibit Now through Oct. 11 Featured: Selections by Faculty, Alumni Morton J. May Foundation Gallery (University Library) Alumni Weekend 2010 Sept. 23-27 ‘New Ways of Seeing’ Exhibit Oct. 9-Nov. 14 Morton J. May Foundation Gallery (University Library) Steven Johnson October 14 7 p.m. – Maryville Auditorium Author of Where Good Ideas Come From:… Continue Reading
Maryville University, in partnership with St. Louis Writer’s Guild, will host Ted Kooser, former U.S. Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winning poet, for three events on Oct. 22 and 23.
The newest campus residential facility, Maryville Hall, was officially opened in a ribbon-cutting ceremony held Sept. 8.
An abstract mural painted on a wall in Gander Hall was uncovered during the construction project on the first floor of the administration building. A crew member guessed the artwork dated to the early 1960s, based on materials. The mural has since been demolished. If you have historical knowledge of the graphic, please email Janet… Continue Reading
Maryville University and Junior Achievement of Mississippi Valley, Inc. have announced a partnership to support the JA Finance Park program. Maryville will host a three-year storefront at the Junior Achievement Dennis & Judy Jones Free Enterprise Center in Chesterfield.
The Green Maryville Student Association (GMSA) will host the third annual Show Me Sustainability conference from Oct. 15 to 17. The conference is expected to draw 125 student participants statewide.
A series of athletic games for alumni have been scheduled this fall/winter. For more information, contact Coach Chris Ellis, firstname.lastname@example.org.