Maryville’s Center for Global Education invites alumni and friends of the University to join Community Connections, a new program that will match St. Louis-area families with out-of-state and international students studying at Maryville.
The program is aimed at connecting Maryville students who are away from home to an off-campus family, who would invite the students to spend some time with them. Alumni and friends of Maryville will have a chance to stay connected with the University, and to learn more about a current student.
Maryville University invites you to look ahead to what 2013 will bring for the St. Louis Cardinals and to relive the excitement of the past season. The University’s Sport Business Management Program and Rawlings Sporting Goods are co-sponsoring a spirited discussion about the upcoming season and a chance to learn more about the business of baseball. At Catching Up with the Cardinals, panelists will take part in a discussion about what’s next for the team. The discussion will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 16 in the Maryville University Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
Maryville University is hosting a Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration from Jan. 21-24. The public is invited to attend related events, including a Thursday, Jan. 24 talk by Diane Nash, who coordinated the Freedom Ride.
Maryville’s School of Education invites current students, alumni, children and grandchildren to the Dr. Seuss birthday celebration on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Donius University Center. It includes fun, family friendly activities and brings together current students and alumni. Please click through for more information on how to register now to attend!
Join Maryville University alumni and friends at the 2013 Alumni Trivia Night on Saturday, March 2, 2013. Doors open at 6 p.m. and trivia begins at 7 p.m. The event will be held on campus in Gander Dining Hall. Lots of fun is in store for this year’s casino-themed event including music, fabulous door prizes,… Continue Reading
Maryville University’s signature author series Maryville Talks Books brings five acclaimed authors to the St. Louis area this winter and spring, from Pulitzer Prize-winner Elizabeth Strout to popular food and culture writer Michael Pollan. Author David Von Drehle visits campus to talk about his new Abraham Lincoln book, and Daniel H. Pink, who attracted an enthusiastic audience in a previous visit, will discuss his latest book about the art and science of selling. Novelist Lisa Gardner also comes to town to share details about her latest thriller Touch & Go.
Please note that locations vary for these Maryville Talks Books events; click through for complete details.
Alumni and friends of Maryville University are invited to join Team Kids Rock Cancer, a group of runners and walkers who will take part in GO! St. Louis events on April 6 and 7 to benefit a music therapy program for children battling cancer. Reduced registration rates available through March 1.
The women’s and men’s basketball teams are celebrating a historic weekend. Senior Abby Duethman of Kansas City, Mo., became Maryville’s all-time leading scorer with 1,330 points after her final basket against Bellarmine University on Saturday, Jan. 12. In the second game of the day, Maryville men overcame a 12-point deficit to defeat the No. 4 ranked Bellarmine 69-64. It was the Saints’ first victory over a nationally-ranked team in their history.
The Tom Hill Institute presents author William Paul Young at Maryville University, where Young will give a reading from his latest book Cross Roads, take part in a question-and-answer session and sign books, available for sale at the event from Left Bank Books. Young will appear at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 13 in the Maryville University Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.