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 about her work can be found here.
Named NCAA Rep
Tonya Charland, assistant director of athletics, has been selected by the Great Lakes Valley Conference as a representative for the NCAA Eligibility Center D-II Advisory Committee.
Students Produce Award-Winning Video
Students in the spring semester 2010 Foundations of Public Health Nursing class taught by Lisa Sitler, RN, MSN, created a video that was recently listed on Health Hawk’s “50 Excellent Public Health Videos.”
The video was created by Alisa Ruhl, Margie Moss, Rose LaVallee, Debbi Smith and Bob Vlum. First shared on YouTube.com, it features a series of snapshots of places in the community that support or neglect public health. Each place or thing is marked with a bright red sticker that reads “This is public health.” To see the award-winning video click here.
Student Volunteers in Action
Maryville students from the Community Service Club volunteered answering phones at the Jerry Lewis Telethon held at Grant’s Farm recently. In the foreground is Ashley Bergman, treasurer for the Community Service Club. Next to her is Sydney Barillier.
Pawprint, Student Newspaper, Relaunches
Pawprint is back online. The new and improved site offers places for readers to share their own articles and comments. Visit the website each Tuesday for new stories, podcasts and more.
Bone Up on PT with New Blog
Want to know what’s new in the PT program? The program’s new blog will provide you with information about the PT faculty, upcoming events and research updates.
Benefit Craft Fair Draws Crowd
With 67 booth spaces sold, the $8,000 fundraising goal expected to be exceeded in the final talley and support from a long list of people in the Maryville community, a craft fair held Sept. 11-12 on campus to benefit the Max Vogl Jr. Endowed Memorial Scholarship is an official success. The craft fair was one of three events scheduled this fall. On Oct. 2, a Poker Run for Cars and Motorcycles, sponsored by the Vogl family, will be held; also, the Maryville Business Organization (MBO) will sponsor a Trivia Night event on Nov. 6. Matching funds in the amount of $30,000 have been pledged in support of these events. For more information on either event, call 314.529. 6829 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cheer, Dance Clinic Offered
Maryville University will hold a cheer and dance clinic for girls, ages 4-12, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Oct. 9. The cost is $20. Participants will receive a free t-shirt and will perform later that day at a Maryville volleyball game. To register, call 314.529.9349 or email email@example.com to receive a registration form. Deadline to sign up is noon on Friday, Oct. 1.