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Gifted Educator Retires

June 21, 2007

ST. LOUIS – How appropriate it is that so many of Sunny Pervil, Ph.D.’s peers and former students consider her a gifted educator. For Pervil spent much of her career helping to shape the landscape of gifted education in the St. Louis area, as a professor in Maryville University’s School of Education for 22 years; […]

Professor Receives Prestigious Award

June 21, 2007

ST. LOUIS – If John Lewington, Ph.D., professor of marketing and management in Maryville University’s John E. Simon School of Business, ever wondered whether his tireless efforts to promote the St. Louis chapter of the American Marketing Association were appreciated, he need not wonder any more. Lewington has received the chapter’s inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award. […]

Faculty Research Nets Funds

June 19, 2007

ST. LOUIS – A Maryville University faculty member has received a grant from the Greater St. Louis Health Foundation that will allow her to conduct research that will help stroke patients regain the use of their hands. With the $12,788 Foundation grant, coupled with a previously received $5,000 grant from the Missouri chapter of the […]

Tate Nets All-American Honors

June 12, 2007

ST. LOUIS – Maryville University’s Tyler Tate has been named a Second Team College Division ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Tate, a junior from St. Louis, majoring in biology/pre-medicine, posted a 9-1 record at #3 Singles and an 8-2 record at #2 Doubles as […]

Murray Snares National Writing Award

June 6, 2007

ST. LOUIS – In a media age where air time and print space is seemingly dictated by those who can yell the loudest or be the most vitriolic in their comments, Germaine Murray, associate professor of English at Maryville University, prefers the method of gentle persuasion. Using that approach has earned her a national writing […]

Maryville Hosting “Katrina Diaries” Art Exhibit

June 5, 2007

ST. LOUIS – Nearly two years after Hurricane Katrina ripped through the Gulf Coast, victims of the natural disaster continue to rebuild their damaged homes and shattered lives. Members of the Louisiana chapter of the national Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA) have channeled their anger, sadness, frustration and optimism through their paintings, photographs and quilts […]

Mondays At Maryville Offers Summer Dates

May 31, 2007

Incoming students to Maryville University can get a head start on their academic experience as the University’s Office of Admissions presents its summer edition of Mondays at Maryville. The dates are June 11 and 25, and July 9 and 23. Mondays at Maryville offers students who are interested in attending college – whether prospective incoming […]

Fletcher Leads Team to Nationals

May 31, 2007

Under ordinary circumstances, Karen Fletcher, lecturer of information systems at Maryville University, would not choose Minnesota as a place for a summer getaway. But given that she could return from the Gopher State with a national championship, Fletcher gladly will travel there. Fletcher serves as co-coach with Joe Flanigan of the St. Louis CYC 13 […]

Library Turning Page with Renovation

May 29, 2007

Normally, the Maryville University Library is quiet, even by library standards, over the summer. Not so this summer, as the Library is undergoing a serious facelift, its first major renovation since being constructed in 1988. “Every 20 years, we like to make changes,” joked Genie McKee, Ph.D., dean of the University Library. McKee credits Acting […]

Time Remains for Students To Enroll

May 29, 2007

Memorial Day always marks the unofficial start of summer as well as a prime time for high school graduations and the parties that follow. If you’re undecided on what to buy your favorite high school graduate, give them something that someday will be priceless: an encouraging word about Maryville University. Maryville still has open slots […]


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