Interior Design Student Wins National Award

Tyson Baker, a senior in Maryville University’s interior design program, honored with 2016 ICON of Industry Scholarship Award.

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All-Star: Bryan Williams

Reading time: [est_time] Major: Rawlings Sports Business Management Graduation Year: May 2017 GPA: 3.5 Volunteering time as the president of the Rawlings Sport Business Management Council at Maryville University, spending… Read More

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Maryville’s All-Star Students

Maryville's All-Star Students At Maryville, all students are All-Stars. As part of our advertising campaigns, we’re featuring some of our All-Star students, each of whom brings a unique brand of… Read More

Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD

Maryville President Shares Learning Revolution with the Chronicle

Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD, was recently interviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education about the institution’s innovative technology and active learning ecosystem.

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Maryville Students Learn Leadership Skills from Disney

A group of 20 Maryville University students traveled to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., during the winter break as participants in the Disney Youth Education Series for college students.

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Naccarato Named Head Volleyball Coach

Nikki Naccarato has been named as the new head coach of the Maryville University Saints volleyball program.

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Interviewing a Hero

Jordan Coker, senior communications major, meets one-on-one with Bernice King, daughter of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Groundbreaking PT Research

Pradip Ghosh, PhD, professor of physical therapy, is conducting groundbreaking research to assist individuals with Parkinson’s disease and stroke.

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Mother Kernaghan’s Collections

On the top floor of Kernaghan Hall are two enormous, wooden display cabinets—three doors wide and so tall they barely fit in the hallway.

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Maryville’s Bookstore Becomes ‘The M Store’

To better reflect the entirety of the Maryville University experience supported by its merchandise and services, Maryville’s “University Bookstore” has been renamed The M Store.

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