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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 […]

Rudolphi Takes Third in National Competition

May 29, 2007

By placing high in a national interior design competition, Maryville University junior Kate Rudolphi will live every artist’s dream from June 11-13 by having her work seen by thousands during an industry show in Chicago. Rudolphi of Noble, Ill., snared third place in the student division of the Delano and Adagiato Design Challenge sponsored by […]

Maryville Student Wins Volunteer Award

May 21, 2007

Like many community organizations, Ranken Jordan Pediatric Specialty Hospital has come to expect great things from the Maryville University students who volunteer. For the second straight year, a University student has been named the hospital’s “Rookie Volunteer of the Year.” The latest award recipient is sophomore Stacy Straub of Staunton, Ill., who is majoring in […]

Brockmeyer Wallops Academic Home Run

May 14, 2007

ST. LOUIS – Maryville University’s Katie Brockmeyer has been named First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VII for her efforts in the classroom and on the softball field. Brockmeyer, a junior first baseman from St. Louis (Cor Jesu Academy), helped lead Maryville to a 22-22 record and a runner-up finish in the 2007 St. […]

Aspiring Artists Nab Scholarships

May 9, 2007

ST. LOUIS – Maryville University has announced its annual Art & Design Scholarships for the 2007-2008 academic year. Scholarship recipients are chosen through a competition overseen by Maryville’s Art & Design faculty. The 2007-08 Art & Design Scholarship recipients, along with their hometowns, are: • Lindsay Harris of Independence, Mo., daughter of Kevin and Lisa […]

Ellis-Kalton Wins Advising Award

May 1, 2007

At the beginning of the 2006-07 academic year, Carrie Ellis-Kalton, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology at Maryville University, rewarded the passion of her students by agreeing to serve as co-advisor of the new Psychology/Sociology Club. As the year ends, her students showed their gratitude by nominating Ellis-Kalton for the 2007 Maryville Student Government Student Organization […]

CSI As Not Seen On TV

April 27, 2007

As a 13-year veteran of the St. Louis County Police Department — six as a dispatcher and seven as a patrol officer — Geriann Brandt, an adjunct criminology professor at Maryville University, knows homicides are not solved in the tidy, concise way portrayed on television by “CSI” and similar shows. That is the core message […]

Longtime Secretary Retiring After 23 Years

April 27, 2007

When she stops to think about it, Juanita Aycock has worked at Maryville University for more than half of her married life and for longer than she lived in her childhood home in Arkansas. These realizations alone did not prompt Aycock’s decision to retire but they did give her pause. “I actually started thinking about […]

Baker On Menu Of Commencement Speakers

April 27, 2007

Student speakers at university graduation ceremonies often are chosen based solely on academic performance. Corey Baker of Washington, Mo., will speak at Maryville University’s Commencement on Saturday, May 5, because of his work in the classroom and his involvement in the Maryville community. “I was able to keep my life very balanced socially and academically, […]


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