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2008


Jerome Ringo to Address Clean Energy Forum

October 9, 2008

Jerome Ringo, nationally-recognized leader on clean energy and environmental justice issues, is the keynote speaker for a public forum on “Gas, Jobs, and Justice: Unraveling Rhetoric About Energy in America.” The forum begins at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 16, in the Maryville University Auditorium. An open discussion between the audience and a panel of […]

Students to Train as Election Day Judges

October 8, 2008

College students are in great demand this election season, and not just because candidates desperately want their votes. Students are also needed to help supervise the use of voting machines on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 4. Maryville University will assist in this effort by serving as a key election judge training site. The St. Louis […]

Maryville, Missouri Baptist Collaborate on Nursing Degree Program

September 17, 2008

In a remarkable academic collaboration, more than 35 registered nurses plan to earn their BSN degree from Maryville University in classes held at their place of work, Missouri Baptist Medical Center. The RN-BSN onsite program is a new joint project between Maryville University and Missouri Baptist Medical Center. Books, supplies and faculty are transported to […]

HEC-TV Live! Brings Panel Discussions to Maryville This Month

September 11, 2008

In two separate September events, HEC-TV will air live, interactive shows from Buder Commons on the Maryville University campus. Topics include a discussion of contemporary right to privacy issues, and historic consideration of authentic lawsuits filed by St. Louis area slaves seeking freedom in the early 19th century. Students, staff, faculty, alumni and the greater […]

Students Debate Politics This Week on Live Radio

September 10, 2008

Five students and one alum from Maryville University have volunteered to discuss current political issues on “Allman & Crane’s College Debate ’08,” a live, on-air radio program to be aired 9 -11 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 12, on station 97.1 FM Talk. Maryville’s representatives will debate each other, and will not be given specific discussion […]

Maryville Dedicates Day to Community Outreach

September 10, 2008

More than 900 representatives of Maryville University, including President Mark Lombardi, radiated throughout St. Louis and St. Louis County on Sept. 9 for “Maryville Reaches Out,” a day was devoted to volunteer service. Day classes were canceled in support of the first-time initiative. Maryville students, faculty, staff and alumni assisted a broad roster of more […]

‘Maryville Reaches Out’ to Community

August 29, 2008

Have you registered online yet? Maryville Reaches Out, Maryville University’s first annual campus-wide community service day, is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 9. ‘Maryville Reaches Out’ promises to engage Maryville students, faculty, staff and alumni in an array of service opportunities in and around the St. Louis community. This initiative exemplifies Maryville’s commitment to integrating civic […]

U.S. News & World Report Recognizes Maryville for Excellence

August 29, 2008

(ST. LOUIS, MO) – For the sixth consecutive year, Maryville University has been recognized for excellence by U.S. News & World Report. In the magazine’s annual “America’s Best Colleges” review, Maryville is named as one of the top universities in the Master’s -Midwest category. “This recognition highlights Maryville’s commitment to excellence. Our strategic plan calls for […]

Alum Receives AMA Physician’s Scholarship

August 29, 2008

Dominic Sanford, ’05, a fourth-year medical student at University of Missouri-Columbia, has received an American Medical Association Physicians of Tomorrow Scholarship. The award recognizes Sanford as among the best of next-generation physicians and as someone committed to making a difference in the medical profession. Sanford graduated Summa Cum Laude from Maryville University with a bachelor’s […]

Business Professors Lecture at Chinese Universities

August 29, 2008

A Maryville delegation of faculty toured China last May to study that country’s business climate, develop new opportunities for the university’s international growth, and to deliver lectures on current business topics. “We were intent on discovering how a country preparing for its long-awaited Olympic ambitions had blended an illustrious history with a technological and economic […]


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