Many Connections. One U.

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Spring Training, the Cardinals and YOU

Maryville University alumni, students and friends are invited to enjoy spring training in sunny Florida with fellow St. Louis Cardinals fans.

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

C’est Magnifique! Alumni Trip Deadline Extended

Bonnes nouvelles! (Good news!) The deadline to register for the  second annual overseas alumni trip to France, May 8-21, has been extended through mid-January. The journey, offered through Maryville’s Center for Global Education, begins at the World War II battlegrounds and American Cemetery in Normandy, and then continues to Brittany, the Loire Valley and Provence. … Continue Reading

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Upcoming Events

KMOX/BOSS Breakfast Panel ‘St. Louis Out of the Box’ Friday, Dec. 17 7-9 a.m. Auditorium Empty Bowls Benefit Jan. 18-19 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Morton J. May Gallery St. Louis Speakers Series – Peggy Noonan 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27 Powell Hall Maryville Talks Books – Wes Moore Author, The Other Wes Moore Thursday,… Continue Reading

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Maryville Students Support Troops

Maryville Occupational Therapy students will soon be featured in a unique partnership with OT troops overseas. Students from Maryville answered the call to collect items and create care packages bound for Captain Erik Johnson and his Army OT colleagues stationed in Afghanistan. Click here to visit his site and learn more about this initiative.

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Student Interns Headed to San Antonio

Maryville University the official provider of interns for the NFL Players Association game (formerly Texas vs. The Nation) in San Antonio, Texas, to be played on Feb. 5, 2011. This year, 17 students from the sport business management program will work in the areas of sponsorship, television production, operations, sales and marketing.

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Nursing Program Receives $325,000 Grant

The Missouri Foundation for Health has awarded Maryville University a four-year, $325,000 grant to help increase the retention rate of non-traditional students in the School of Health Professions Nursing Program in The Weekend & Evening College. The funding comes through MFH’s Health Care Workforce program to alleviate shortages of healthcare professionals.

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Alumni Profile

Jason Byrne, ‘02 At 19 years old, Jason Byrne was already working for one of the region’s most coveted employers—Anheuser-Busch, Inc. For several years during college, he was a tour guide in the company’s tourist center. After earning his B.S. degree in e-marketing from Maryville, he was hired full-time.

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Faculty Salutes

Mary Carol Parker, JD, director of legal studies, was recently sworn in as president of the American Association for Paralegal Education (AAPE) after being elected by her peers.  AAPE is an organization of more than 500 colleges and universities that are dedicated to providing quality paralegal education.  It is the only such organization for such… Continue Reading

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Peggy Noonan Next Up in St. Louis Speakers Series

Peggy Noonan, former presidential speechwriter, is the next speaker in the St. Louis Speaker Series hosted by Maryville University at Powell Hall. She will address a sell-out crowd on Thursday, Jan. 27.

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Youth Learn Value of College, Budgeting in New Partnership

A new initiative for Maryville University with Junior Achievement of Mississippi Valley, Inc. provides a colorful, attractive space for middle and high school students to work with volunteers and learn about budgeting and the cost and benefits of higher education.

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Dean Gulas Returns to Haiti in January

Since the devastating earthquake last January, Haiti has suffered more catastrophes, including a flood, a windstorm, a hurricane and now, a cholera epidemic. The outbreak of cholera marks the first in many decades.  The crises will not deter Charles Gulas, PhD, dean of School of Health Professions, who was in Haiti when the earthquake hit—he… Continue Reading

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Campus Notes

Students Assist at  ‘Cans Film Festival’ Earlier this month, nearly 30 students from the Community Service Club and Maryville Student Government continued an annual collaboration and unloaded thousands of cans and other food items from UPS trucks at O’Fallon, Mo. The service was a part of the annual Salvation Army Cans Film Festival. Patrons at local… Continue Reading

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Send a Maryville Holiday Card!

There are several options for you to send a Maryville-themed holiday card to friends, family or old classmates. Visit our card creation page to get started (and let the snowman making begin)! Happy Holidays to you and yours.

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

In Every Issue

Faculty Salutes Campus Notes Upcoming Events Maryville in the News

on December 16, 2010 by Janet Edwards

Maryville in the News

New Jobs’ Tiny Pay Can Be Stunning St. Louis Post-Dispatch ( Dec. 5, 2010) – Maryville adjunct instructor in business Mike McCarty, who is a director of Businesspersons Between Jobs, is quoted. Moroccan Educators Visit Parkway Schools Suburban Journals (Dec. 2, 2010) – Maryville’s partnership with Moroccan, Parkway and Rockwood educators is featured. Obama Makes… Continue Reading

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