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2011


Maryville University and Lewis and Clark Community College Partner to Offer Music Students New Degree Opportunity

Louis Michael, music department coordinator at Lewis and Clark, gives a tour of a music lab to Cynthia Briggs, director of Maryville's music therapy program, and Soo-Jin Kwoun, associate professor of music therapy.

October 4, 2011

Maryville University’s School of Health Professions and Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey, Ill, have established an exciting new academic partnership. With this affiliation, students completing an associate’s degree in music at Lewis and Clark can seamlessly transition into Maryville’s undergraduate program in music therapy. “We’re very excited about this partnership,” says Cynthia Briggs, […]

Maryville Upsets #7 Missouri S&T

Maryville's Aaron Woods (#23) battles a Missouri S & T player for possesion in the upset win for Maryville last Friday.

September 30, 2011

ST. LOUIS, MO — Maryville’s Men’s Soccer program picked up a big victory Friday evening after defeating the visiting Missouri S&T Miners by a score of 2-0. Missouri S&T came into town with a four-game winning streak and were also fresh off a victory over the No. 1-ranked team in Men’s Division II Soccer. The […]

Former Ladue News Publisher to speak on Ladue’s Rural to Regal Past

September 20, 2011

Well-known St. Louis resident, businesswoman and author, Charlene Bry, will discuss her new book Ladue Found, as part of the Maryville Talks Books lecture series on October 18, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. The event will be held on Maryville University’s campus in Buder Family Student Commons, and is co-sponsored by HEC-TV, St. Louis Public Radio […]

Maryville Mourns the Loss of Community Leader and Philanthropist Earl E. Walker

Earl Walker

September 7, 2011

The entire Maryville community extends its deepest condolences to the family and friends of Earl E. Walker, who passed away suddenly on Friday, August 26, at the age of 91. A lifelong Kirkwood resident, Mr. Walker co-founded Carr Lane Manufacturing Co. with his wife of 68 years, Myrtle E. Walker. Together, the Walkers grew the […]

Maryville University Makes Forbes “Best Colleges” List

August 15, 2011

Maryville University has been named one of America’s Best Colleges in the annual ranking by Forbes, Inc. This ranking places Maryville University in the top 20 percent of American colleges and universities and reflects high student satisfaction, successful alumni, high graduation rates and educational value. “This recognition reflects a broader recognition of Maryville University’s legacy […]

Maryville University Athletics Approved for NCAA Division II Active Membership

July 12, 2011

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has granted Maryville University permission to become an active member in NCAA Division II competition, which concludes a three-year process of reclassifying its 17 intercollegiate teams from Division III to Division II. NCAA Division II Membership Services confirmed to Maryville on July 8, 2011, that the Division II Management […]

Students Inspired by Service Work in Guatemala

July 7, 2011

Rebecca von der Heyde, PhD, OTR/L, CHT, associate professor of occupational therapy, has traveled with her students to Guatemala on medical mission trips with the Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation for the past six years. This summer, however, she brought along additional Maryville companions. In partnership with Cynthia Briggs, PsyD, director of Maryville’s music therapy program, […]

Cibulka Honored with National APTA Fellowship

Michael Cibulka, PT, DPT, MHS, OCS

June 30, 2011

Michael T. Cibulka, PT, DPT, MHS, OCS, associate professor of physical therapy at Maryville University, has been elected a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). The designation, the highest honor awarded by APTA, recognizes practitioners who attain exceptional professional excellence and who positively impact the profession. “This fellowship is a great […]

Gershien Named 2011 Ageless Remarkable St. Louisan

June 15, 2011

Eleanor Gershien, ’06, has been named a 2011 Ageless Remarkable Saint Louisan for her continued involvement in philanthropy, volunteerism and career pursuits. Gershien, 80, holds the distinction of being the oldest person to receive a Maryville degree. The awards are presented annually by St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors. Explaining her seeming boundless energy and enthusiasm, […]

Partnership with Broadcast Center of St. Louis Announced

June 9, 2011

Maryville University has announced a new academic partnership with Broadcast Center of St. Louis, beginning in the Fall 2011 semester. Through the partnership, Maryville communication students will be provided expanded course offerings in video production and broadcasting at Broadcast Center. “Communication is a writing-intensive program focused primarily on ethics and credibility. Credibility includes the ability […]


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