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Executive Next in Business Lecture Program

March 27, 2007

ST. LOUIS – William A. Donius, chairman and CEO of Pulaski Financial Corp., will be the next guest lecturer in the 2006-07 Maryville Talks Business Series, sponsored by Maryville University’s John E. Simon School of Business. Donius will speak on “Winning Through Teamwork, Collaboration and Culture” at 8 a.m., Thursday, April 19, in the Maryville […]

Ball Raises Environmental Awareness

March 22, 2007

The controversy over global warming has helped the environment become a hot topic. And that fact is helping Nadine Ball, Ed.D., associate professor of education at Maryville University, raise the profile of a statewide organization for which she is serving as president during 2007. Ball is three months into her term at the helm of […]

Maryville Artists To Feature Jewelry In Exhibit

March 21, 2007

Jewelry and small metal sculptures will be the featured media in the exhibit of two Maryville University seniors graduating with a bachelor of fine arts degree. The exhibit “Embrace” opens March 27 and runs through April 4 in the Morton J. May Foundation Gallery, located within the University Library building. “We titled our show ‘Embrace’ […]

Medart Lecture To Focus On Sudan Crisis

March 16, 2007

The ongoing crisis in the African nation of the Sudan will be the topic of the next Maryville University Medart Lecture. Novelist, screenwriter and war correspondent Gabriel Meyer will share his experiences of his numerous visits to the Sudan in a talk at the University Auditorium on Thursday, March 22, at 7:15 p.m. Admission is […]

Panel Discusses Effects Of Global Warming

March 16, 2007

A panel of experts at Thursday night’s screening of the documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” in the Maryville University auditorium stressed the importance of changing one’s consumer behavior and adopting a more environmentally sustainable lifestyle in order to stave off disaster due to global warming. Drawing upon their different areas of expertise, the panelists agreed that […]

Trustees Approve Faculty Promotions

March 16, 2007

At its March 2 meeting, Maryville University’s Board of Trustees authorized the promotions of several University faculty members. Accounting faculty member Kim Temme was promoted to the rank of professor. The following faculty members were promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure status: Nancy Cibulka, Ph.D., nursing; Daniel Deschamp, Ph.D., education; Paul Mack, […]

Faculty, Staff To Learn About Suicide Prevention

March 14, 2007

Tragic in nature, the act of suicide is doubly so because it can be prevented in most cases, says a local mental health expert. “Suicide is all about ambivalence,” said Steve Estopare, program director for the Mental Health Association of Greater St. Louis. “Most people do not want to die. They just see no escape […]

Design Work on Display at Plaza

March 13, 2007

For the second year in a row, Maryville University’s Senior Graphic Design Show will be held in the Center Court of Plaza Frontenac. The show, featuring the work of 22 Maryville students, opens March 22 with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m., and runs through April 1. “Design is a part of everyday life […]

Annual MABHE Convention Comes to Maryville

March 12, 2007

Congressman William “Lacy” Clay and Michael V. Roberts, J.D., chairman and CEO of The Roberts Companies, will be among those appearing at the 17th annual conference of the Missouri Association for Blacks in Higher Education, to be held April 12-14 at Maryville University. This is the first year that Maryville has hosted the conference, which […]

Ron Chernow Headlines Speakers Series

March 12, 2007

Essayist and author Ron Chernow will be the the next speaker in the 2006-07 Maryville University St. Louis Speakers Series. Chernow will give his lecture at 8 p.m., Thursday, March 22, at Powell Symphony Hall. As a critic, essayist, commentator and business writer, Chernow’s work is revered. As the author of The House of Morgan; […]

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