Maryville University offers a variety of fun and interesting summer camps for children and pre-college programs for teens. Our programs allow students to improve their athletic skills, expand their artistic vision, explore the sciences and discover the exciting place where sports and business intersect. Click through to learn what’s being offered and how to register.
Maryville Adjunct Professor Paul Kravitz traveled to Mount Everest Base Camp and shares his stories from his adventure in Nepal.
There’s still time for alumni and their children, grandchildren and other relatives to register for the Dr. Seuss birthday celebration on Sunday, Feb. 24 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Donius University Center. The event includes activities, including Dr. Seuss-themed crafts, science exploration, a scavenger hunt, snacks and story readings from some of Dr. Suess’ best-loved books. There will be a new addition this year, where guests will have a chance to “Meet the Maryville Authors.” Two alumni who wrote children’s books will be on hand, selling copies of their works with profit from that day’s sales being donated to benefit Maryville’s School of Education.
Maryville University’s signature author series includes exciting books and authors this spring, and the series had just added tickets for a March 7 lunch with author Daniel H. Pink.
Maryville University alumni and friends are invited to one or both of our Spring Break events in Florida on March 6 and 7. Space is limited, so please RSVP soon.
A new exhibition of ceramic sculpture and digital art opens Feb. 27 in the Morton J. May Gallery located inside the Maryville University Library called Truths, Tales, Myths and Outright Barefaced Lies… by René Michele-Trapága.