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Kids Rock Cancer Announces Spring Benefit Concert

April 23, 2015

Kids Rock Cancer invites you to the All You Need Is Love benefit concert celebrating good music and a great cause. Proceeds from this May 21 event, taking place at The Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis’s Grand Center, will support Kids Rock Cancer, Maryville University’s innovative music therapy program. Flaming Pie, St. Louis’s premier […]

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Sean Hughes Named Head Men’s Soccer Coach

April 22, 2015

Maryville University Director of Athletics Marcus Manning has named Sean Hughes as head coach for the Saints men’s soccer team. Hughes comes to Maryville from Quincy University, in Quincy, Ill., where he enjoyed success as an NCAA Division II assistant coach in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. “We are excited to have Sean join our […]

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Maryville Announces 2015 ‘Spirit of Maryville’ Award Recipients

April 17, 2015

[St. Louis, Mo.] – Maryville University proudly announces the recipients of the 2015 Spirit of Maryville Awards, honoring alumni and community leaders. The awards will be presented during the annual Spirit of Maryville dinner, to be held Saturday, May 16. Dean’s Awards recognize alumni who bring distinction to their professions, their communities and Maryville. The […]

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Maryville Mourns the Loss of John Short, Former Trustee

April 16, 2015

The Maryville University community mourns the death of John Short, PhD, a former Maryville trustee who served the University with distinction. Short died in a plane crash on April 10. During his Maryville Board of Trustees tenure from 2007-2011, Short was president and CEO of RehabCare, prior to its acquisition by Kindred Healthcare Inc. He […]

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Assistant Coach Lori Chalupny Named to USWNT World Cup Roster

April 16, 2015

Maryville University women’s soccer assistant coach Lori Chalupny has been named to the 23-player United States Women’s National Team roster that will compete this summer for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada. USWNT coach Jill Ellis selected Chalupny to play as a defender for the U.S. squad. Chalupny, who has served as a Saints assistant […]

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Erskine Bowles to Deliver Commencement Address

March 18, 2015

[St. Louis, Mo.] — Erskine Bowles, co-founder of the Campaign to Fix the Debt and former co-chair of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, will deliver the 2015 Commencement Address at Maryville University. Bowles will receive an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree during the ceremony. Maryville University’s commencement will be held at 10 […]

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Range of Summer Opportunities Offered for Youth

March 9, 2015

Maryville University offers a wide range of exciting summer camp opportunities for children and teens. Students can explore their interests in art and design, athletics, digital media, robotics, sport business management and more. Saints Soccer Camp Students will spend a week with Maryville University head soccer coaches learning fundamental technical and tactical elements of soccer […]

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Young Scholars Program Receives Significant Emerson Gift

February 25, 2015

[St. Louis, Mo.]—Maryville University’s Young Scholars program has received funding to ensure its continued success over the next four years through a $200,000 gift from Emerson. The Maryville program is designed to increase participation by minority and low-income youth in gifted programs. Now in its fifth year, the Young Scholars program identifies the top 10 […]

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Maryville University to Host Dana Levin as Distinguished Writer-in-Residence

February 16, 2015

[St. Louis, Mo.]— Maryville University has announced award-winning poet Dana Levin will become the University’s first-ever Distinguished Writer-in-Residence, beginning in Fall 2015.  Levin’s appointment coincides with academic program revisions in the humanities and English to reflect a stronger focus on creative writing. “I couldn’t be happier that Dana Levin is joining us as Maryville’s first […]

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Grant Partnership Aims to Increase Diversity in STEM fields

February 12, 2015

[St. Louis, Mo.]—Women, minorities, and those from low-income areas have traditionally been underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Through a new grant partnership, Maryville University and Monsanto Fund will address this problem by sparking student interest in the career fields from an early age. Maryville University has been awarded a one-year, $124,995 […]

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