Professor Participating In Pacific Exchange

October 1, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Barbara Parker, director of the rehabilitation counseling and rehabilitation services programs at Maryville University, knew that obtaining her doctorate in higher education leadership would be a long, grueling process that would pay off in the end. What she never anticipated, however, are the dividends she has received from her doctoral program so […]

Former U.S. Presidential candidate opened Maryville’s speakers series

September 26, 2007

ST. LOUIS, MO. (2007-09-25) Steve Forbes will be in St. Louis tonight (Tuesday) as part of Maryville University’s St. Louis Speakers Series. He’s editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine and also serves as an adviser and co-chair for Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign. Forbes, himself, used his own millions to pay for his own runs for president in […]

Success continues with published book

September 21, 2007

Biology perhaps would not be the college major of choice for many aspiring authors but it has served Stacey Lynn Schlegl quite well. Schlegl earned a degree in biology from Maryville University in 1996. She says skills learned from her Maryville science professors come in handy in her career as a book author. “Science is […]

Cutting-edge course brings technology in focus

September 21, 2007

New this fall at Maryville University is a specialized course in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), taught by Todd Brenningmeyer, Ph.D., assistant professor of art history at Maryville. According to Brenningmeyer, the introductory course deals with the theory and application of GIS with a primary focus on historical and archeological sites, incorporating a lab component employing […]

Alumni Artwork Approaching

September 18, 2007

ST. LOUIS — A face is the usual place where one would wear a mask. Not so, however, in the world of metalsmith and Maryville University graduate Maribeth Meyer, who creates metal necklaces featuring masks as pendants. Meyer will be among the Maryville graduates showing their work in the University’s annual Alumni Art Exhibit, which […]

Gaining On Sustaining

September 17, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Environmental sustainability is claiming center stage at Maryville University with students, faculty and staff all making palpable progress towards a greener campus. The Maryville University Sustainability Taskforce worked with Physical Plant to secure a contract for campus-wide co-mingled recycling that will start in October. Co-mingled recycling will allow for aluminum, glass, cardboard, […]

Student Starting Small, Thinking Globally

September 13, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Idealism is alive and well in our world, as demonstrated by Meagan O’Connor, a Maryville University sophomore who recently started the campus organization Maryville University Good Samaritans (MUGS). As yet immune to cynicism, O’Connor jubilantly declares, “watch out, because I’m going to take over the world and then save it.” MUGS made […]

Alum Organizing ‘Art In The Park’

September 13, 2007

Maryville graduate Tina Tebbe (B.S., Physical Therapy; MBA) is organizing the annual “Art in the Park” art show, which will be held from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., October 13-14, at Lindendale Park in Highland, Ill. The show will feature 60 nationally acclaimed artists whose work is collected in places ranging from the Vatican and […]

Ellis Near Top Of Hoops Heap In Wins

September 10, 2007

ST. LOUIS – Maryville University women’s basketball coach Chris Ellis is now ranked among the winningest active women’s basketball coaches in NCAA Division III. Ellis ranked 50th with a .681 winning percentage on the latest list that was released earlier this month. In six years at the helm of the Saints women’s basketball program, Ellis […]

Enhancing Learning is Manual Labor

September 7, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Maryville University faculty members routinely go the extra mile when it comes to enhancing student learning. Kristen Bruzzini, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology, is no exception. Bruzzini has fulfilled a dream that she had since coming to Maryville four years ago. In order to motivate her Anatomy and Physiology class, and reinforce […]

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