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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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

Calling The Kettle Gold

February 27, 2008

ST. LOUIS — A few days before St. Patrick’s Day, Maryville University’s School of Health Professions will help a homeless shelter bearing the saint’s name. Health Professions students and faculty will be at the Hilltop Village Schnucks on Olive Boulevard on March 14-15, participating in the 5th annual Pot O’ Gold Kettle Drive benefiting St. […]

A to Z to Focus on Music Therapy

February 27, 2008

ST. LOUIS — The next Symphony A to Z class, co-sponsored by the Saint Louis Symphony and Maryville University, will feature Cynthia Briggs, Psy.D., MT-BC, assistant professor and director of music therapy at Maryville, who will discuss “Current Trends in Music Therapy.” The class will be held at 7 p.m., Monday, March 10, in the […]

Think Tank Invites von der Heyde

February 18, 2008

ST. LOUIS — Think tanks often are associated with military or government policy matters. But a renowned group of hand therapists has formed their own think tank and they have asked Rebecca von der Heyde, OTR/L, CHT, an assistant professor of occupational therapy at Maryville University, to join them for a two-day summit later this […]

Bertolino’s Book To Get Third Translation

February 18, 2008

ST. LOUIS – While writing The Therapist’s Notebook for Families: Solution-Oriented Exercises for Working with Parents, Children, and Adolescents, Bob Bertolino, Ph.D., assistant professor of rehabilitation counseling at Maryville University, never imagined the possibility of his book being published in three different languages. In addition to English and Korean, Bertolino’s book soon will be published […]

Maryville SOE Working with Roosevelt High School

January 11, 2008

ST. LOUIS — With the help of a $15,000 grant from The Boeing Co., Maryville University’s School of Education is assisting teachers and administrators at Roosevelt High School and its neighboring Ninth Grade Center in improving students’ academic performance. “Our goal is to assist Roosevelt High School and the Ninth Grade Center in establishing a […]

Actuarial Science Majors Figure to be Successful

December 19, 2007

ST. LOUIS — After taking a seven-hour aptitude test which told him he should choose a career dealing with numbers, Maryville University senior Adam Bates decided to become an actuary. Now, Bates of Chesterfield is preparing to finish his final semester in Maryville’s Actuarial Science program, and is completing an internship with Berkley Medical Excess […]

Project Makes Education Majors “Street Smart”

December 5, 2007

ST. LOUIS — The term “street smart” has taken on a whole new meaning for sophomores in Maryville University’s School of Education. As part of their School and Society class, the students completed an in-depth project in which they researched and became familiar with an entire street in St. Louis. They worked on the project […]


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