Area Teens Find a Way to Work Through Grief St. Louis Post-Dispatch (June 19, 2011) – Maryville music therapy graduate Jessica Hilker, ’11, is featured regarding her work with grieving teens.
Grad Info Session Tuesday, August 9 – 6 to 8 p.m. Donius University Center, Room 107 Adults planning to restart, revamp and accelerate their careers are invited to meet deans and program directors in a relaxed atmosphere to discuss particular graduate programs offered through Maryville’s John E. Simon School of Business and the College of… Continue Reading
Name YOUR Place at Maryville Maryville’s newly renovated and expanded Gander Hall is now open. Along with a dynamic, energizing presence on campus, the building project brings new opportunities for friends of the University to “Name Your Place” at Maryville on any of the indoor and outdoor furnishings of Gander Hall. The list of naming… Continue Reading
John Marino, PhD, assistant professor of English, recently attended the International Congress on Medieval Studies, sponsored by Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich. The annual gathering is the largest of its kind in the world, regularly drawing more than 3,000 scholars and professors of medieval studies. Marino was able to attend several sessions for development…. Continue Reading
St. Louis-area native Marcus Manning has been named director of athletics, effective July 11. Previously, Manning worked as director of membership and legislative services at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). “It’s hard to overstate the positive impact that athletics plays within our campus community,” said President Mark Lombardi, PhD. “In Marcus Manning, we’ve… Continue Reading
The 3rd Annual Young Alumni Night at the Ballpark is scheduled for 7:15 p.m. on Friday, August 12, at Busch Stadium, where the Cardinals will take on the Rockies.
Rebecca von der Heyde, PhD, OTR/L, CHT, associate professor of occupational therapy, has traveled with her students to Guatemala on medical mission trips with the Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation for the past six years. This summer, however, she brought along an additional group of Maryville companions. In partnership with three faculty members, von der Heyde… Continue Reading
Rosemary Gidionsen, ‘50, Jeff Flieg, ’96, and Kacy Blumenstock Thorton, ‘05, are among the 2011 Alumni Award winners that will be honored as part of the Friday night Awards and Recognition Program during this year’s Alumni Weekend. Read on to learn more about their careers and contributions to the Maryville community. Look for the announcement and profiles of… Continue Reading
During a pre-field trip class discussion one summer Thursday, Prof. John Wickersham, PhD, draws a series of crosses on the blackboard, naming each of them as he scratches out distinct shapes: Latin, Bottony, Fleury, Pati, Celtic, crux radians, Maltese. In explaining the origins, he intertwines a bit of Latin, Greek and French.
The Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) has announced that 10 Maryville University student-athletes earned the GLVC Council of Presidents’ Academic Excellence Award.
Maryville University has announced the creation of a new Center for Sustainability. Programs initiated through the Center will help advance sustainability on campus and throughout the greater St. Louis region, said President Mark Lombardi, PhD.
Michael T. Cibulka, PT, DPT, MHS, OCS, associate professor of physical therapy at Maryville University, has been elected a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). The designation, the highest honor awarded by APTA, recognizes practitioners who attain exceptional professional excellence and who positively impact the profession.
Maryville University has announced a new academic partnership with Broadcast Center of St. Louis, beginning in the Fall 2011 semester. Through the partnership, Maryville communication students will be provided expanded course offerings in video production and broadcasting at Broadcast Center.
Eleanor Gershien, ’06, has been named a 2011 Ageless Remarkable Saint Louisan for her continued involvement in philanthropy, volunteerism and career pursuits. Gershien, 80, holds the distinction of being the oldest person to receive a Maryville degree.