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2008


Maryville Grads are ‘Most Influential Business Women’

August 29, 2008

Maryville University congratulates three alumnae who are honorees of the area’s Most Influential Business Women of 2008 award, as recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal. Sherry Hausmann,’94, president of SSM St. Joseph Hospital and SSM St. Clare Health Center and Kathy Kroupa,’89, president of  Innoventor Aerospace & Defense, both earned master’s in business administration […]

Maryville University Athletics Reclassifying to NCAA Division II

July 24, 2008

ST. LOUIS – Maryville University has been granted permission by the NCAA to begin the reclassification process for its 13 intercollegiate teams from Division III to Division II effective September 1, 2008. NCAA Division II Membership Services confirmed July 23, 2008 to Maryville’s Director of Athletics Tony Duckworth that the Division II Management Council accepted […]

Maryville Names New Sports Info Director

July 10, 2008

Maryville’s new sports information director, KatieJo Kuhens, is already at work churning out press releases, developing gameday programs and media guides, posting stories to Maryville’s Web site and gathering sports statistics. “I don’t have much spare time, but I like to be busy,” she said. “It keeps me organized and happy – I really don’t […]

Students Staying at Maryville

July 8, 2008

Many higher education experts believe retaining students in higher education may be more difficult than recruiting them in the first place. According to recent statistics released on August 17, 2007 by U.S. News and World Report, the retention rate fluctuates between 64 and 89 percent among the best universities in the Midwest. Maryville is ranked […]

Nursing Graduates Pen Book

May 8, 2008

Senior nursing students step outside the typical hospital clinical environment for their community health course – often working with the most underserved people of the St. Louis region. This year, graduating students wrote a book chronicling their diverse experiences titled, “Our Walk … Our Community … Our Impact.” “The book really shows the array of […]

Maryville to Read ‘The Kite Runner’

May 8, 2008

The “Maryville Reads, One Book, One Community” 2008-2009 book selection is “The Kite Runner,” by Khaled Hosseini. The campus-wide reading program begins its second year in August. “The program started as a way for Multicultural Programs to collaborate with other campus departments and the university library in a relevant way for students,” said Danielle Carter, […]

Maryville University Inaugurates President Lombardi

April 28, 2008

Mark Lombardi, Ph.D., was inaugurated as Maryville University’s 10th president on April 18, 2008. Dr. Lombardi assumed the role of president on July 1, 2007. Thomas M. Boudreau, chair of the Maryville University Board of Trustees, presided over the formal ceremony. Delegates from more than 20 universities and colleges, community members, and government officials attended […]

Human Anatomy 101 for High School Students and Teachers

April 11, 2008

Being the first of its kind in the St. Louis area, Maryville University is to offer a unique summer course teaching innovative ways of human anatomy instruction to eight St. Louis area high school science teachers and 16 high school students. Dr. Kristen Bruzzini, assistant professor of biology at Maryville, developed the S.T.A.R.S., Students and […]

National Student Employment Week

April 11, 2008

Amid the growing demands of staff and faculty at Maryville University, there has been one significant, yet sometimes unseen group of people that each department has come to depend on—its student workers. Maryville University employs over 350 student employees a year. “Their contributions are immeasurable,” says Mariam Simonyan, associate director of Financial Aid. “Their work […]

St. Louis Blue’s CEO Shares Marketing Plan with School of Business

April 11, 2008

Peter McLoughlin, chief executive of St. Louis Blue Enterprises, headlined the Maryville Talks Business lecture Tuesday morning in Maryville’s auditorium. McLoughlin shared the St. Louis Blues captivating marketing campaign, “Whatever it Takes,” with an audience of students, faculty, and staff. McLoughlin explained how the new campaign was developed with the objectives of increasing ticket sales, […]


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