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Two Cities, Two Programs—One University

Kelly Slaughter, a 23-year veteran of Ameren Missouri’s Callaway  Energy Center, is a member of the first MBA cohort offered through a unique partnership between his employer, Maryville University and Westminster College. He thanks his son, Samuel Slaughter, for his student status. 

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Maryville University student C.J. Donegan, a junior at Maryville University, is selected as a marketing intern for the 2018 PGA Championship

Above Par for the Course

Colleen (“C.J.”) Donegan, junior, a member of the Saints women’s golf team, earns a marketing internship with the 2018 PGA Championship, to be held in St. Louis.

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Opening Minds Through Art at Maryville University

Occupational Therapy Program Serves People with Dementia

For people with dementia, a once-busy life can narrow to world of isolation as jobs, friends and hobbies fall away. But a Maryville program encourages… Read More

Maryville University Partners with Lutheran High School South students who are interested in health care professions.

High Schoolers Study Medical Terminology in Dual Program

Lutheran High School South students can study a new “foreign” language — medical terminology. These students dually enroll at their school and Maryville University, and take the same medical terminology course as Maryville students.

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Maryville, Pearson Launch National Ad Campaign Highlighting Online Degree Attainment

Maryville University and Pearson have launched the first national TV and radio advertising campaign for Maryville Online. The nationwide campaign features ads designed to encourage working adults to start a college degree online for the first time or finish an uncompleted degree.

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The Tremble Clefs are a choral group at Maryville University composed of people with Parkinson’s disease with the assistance of music therapists.

Choral Group Assists People with Parkinson’s

A Maryville University initiative, The Tremble Clefs, is a choral group composed of people with Parkinson’s disease. Members practice with the assistance of music therapists.

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Stacy Hollins, PhD, associate professor at Maryville University, is recognized in the 2017 Delux Power 100.

Caldwell, Hollins Honored as St. Louis Innovators

Maryville University’s Nina Caldwell, EdD, and Stacy Hollins, PhD, are recognized by the 2017 Delux Magazine Power 100 awards. Two alumni are also honored.

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Students Awarded Bascom Scholarships to Study at Oxford University

Three Students Awarded Bascom Scholarships to Study at Oxford

Three students in the Mother Marion Bascom Honors program will experience the spring semester abroad at Oxford University in Oxford, England.

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Nina Caldwell, EdD, Vice President for Student Life at Maryville University

Nina Caldwell Earns Distinguished Leadership Honor

Nina Caldwell, EdD, vice president for student life at Maryville University, has been honored as a Distinguished Leader in the Delux Power 100 Awards.

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Erin Schreiber, manager, Maryville University Hillel

Maryville University Hillel Receives International Award

Maryville University Hillel has received the Campus Partnership Award from Hillel International for creating partnerships with other diverse campus groups.

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