2007


Oct. 28 Rally Urges Survivors To Reclaim Their Lives

October 25, 2007

ST. LOUIS — According to national studies, one in four college women will be the victim of sexual assault on campus; and every two-and-a-half minutes, somewhere in America, a sexual assault occurs. Stacy never imagined she would be a statistic. But she is and she will share her powerful and frightening story at a Take […]

Gulas Wins State Physical Therapy Award

October 19, 2007

Recently in Minnesota, Charles Gulas, Ph.D., PT, dean of Maryville University’s School of Health Professions, presented an award as part of his duties with the American Physical Therapy Association. On Oct. 12, back home in St. Louis, Gulas was on the receiving end as he was presented the Missouri Physical Therapy Association Eastern District’s Helen […]

VP Inducted into Hall of Fame

October 19, 2007

ST. LOUIS —It’s not Cooperstown or Canton, but in the world of student activities, it is. Beth Triplett, Ed.D., vice president for enrollment at Maryville University, was recently inducted into the National Association for Campus Activities Hall of Fame. She will receive her award at the NACA Mid America Regional Conference, to be held from […]

SOE Sophomores Get Head Start in Classroom

October 18, 2007

Maryville University sophomore Katherine McLaughlin thought her blueprint for success would be a career in architecture. But now, she has designs on a career in teaching. McLaughlin is pursuing a degree in elementary education through Maryville’s School of Education. This year, she is fulfilling her beginning practicum in a third-grade classroom at Barretts Elementary School […]

Carnegie Foundation Honors Maryville

October 18, 2007

Maryville University has joined a select group of colleges and universities around the world, including Purdue University and the University of Manitoba, by becoming only the 11th higher education institution to be chosen as an affiliate of the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL). “Being able to say we’re affiliated with […]

Maryville Hosting Annual Family Weekend

October 17, 2007

Families are always welcome on the Maryville University campus. But they are especially invited to attend the 2007 Family Weekend, scheduled for Friday and Saturday, October 26 and 27. “Family Weekend is a signature program within Student Life that provides our students and their families an opportunity to come together and share a common experience,” […]

Maryville University Students Going To Guatemala

October 12, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Claire Ontiveros and Jenn Stenger traveled different roads to get into Maryville University’s occupational therapy program. But now as seniors, the two women will journey together to Guatemala for 10 days as they accompany Rebecca von der Heyde, OTR/L, CHT, an assistant professor of occupational therapy at Maryville, on a medical mission. […]

Duo To Open 2007-08 Maryville Concert Series

October 12, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Peter Henderson and Kristin Ahlstrom have more in common then being husband and wife. They are also both musicians with the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and on Sunday, Oct. 21, they will headline the opening concert of the 2007 Music at Maryville series, sponsored by Maryville University. The concert will be held […]

Graphic Design: A Decade of Excellence

October 10, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Look around you. No matter where you are, the artistic elements of graphic design are bound to be in your presence. The cover of your book, pages in a magazine, CD jackets, and that poster hanging on your wall all incorporate the works of a graphic designer. As it celebrates its 10-year […]

Maryville To Host AIDS Photo Exhibit

October 8, 2007

ST. LOUIS — When asked what a woman dying of AIDS in Africa has to do with people living in St. Louis, two Maryville University professors offer a quick, succinct response: Everything. “Women with HIV/AIDS are the fastest growing population in the world,” says Linda Lindsey, Ph.D., professor of sociology at Maryville University. “It makes […]


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