U.S. News & World Report Endorses Maryville

August 8, 2007

U.S. News and World Report has gained the confidence of parents and families in the United States for knowing quality institutions of higher learning. Each year it ranks the top schools by region, based on 11 categories. In the most recent rankings, released August 17, Maryville University is ranked number 29 among private universities in […]

Maryville University to Host School Law Seminar

August 2, 2007

ST. LOUIS — In the St. Louis area, everyone prepares for the start of the school year in different ways. Students stock up on school supplies. Teachers decorate their classrooms. And for almost a quarter of a century, principals and superintendents have received updates on the latest legal issues facing school districts. That tradition continues […]

Fundraiser To Help Replace Stolen Van

August 2, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Having a broken neck as the result of a 1985 motorcycle accident that left him a quadriplegic has not prevented Steve Foelsch from taking command of his life. Now, his family and friends hope to put Foelsch literally in the driver’s seat by holding a fundraiser that will help pay for a […]

Fundraiser to Aid Sick Kids

July 19, 2007

Even on her worst day, Jessica Cooper realizes she is luckier than her young friend, Marina, who is 9 years old and suffers from acute lymphatic leukemia. Cooper of Perryville, a junior majoring in communication at Maryville University, has gotten to know Marina and her family over the past two years as Cooper has been […]

OT Graduates Garner Awards

July 17, 2007

Maryville University’s Occupational Therapy program recently held its 2007 awards ceremony, presenting awards to three students, all members of the Class of 2007 with master’s of science degrees in occupational therapy. Standing with Paula Bohr, Ph.D., OT, director of the University’s OT program (far left), are award recipients, left to right: Veronica Vaughn of O’Fallon, […]

Interns Finding Summer H-OK!

July 16, 2007

ST. LOUIS — To work among the best, you have to be the best. Two Maryville University art and design majors are proving that this summer through internships they secured at St. Louis architectural firm Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum (HOK). HOK is widely regarded nationally and internationally as one of the top firms in its […]

SLIAC Finds New Home At Maryville

July 16, 2007

ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is on the move, in more ways than one. In addition to naming Will Wolper as its first full-time commissioner, the conference also has chosen Maryville University’s Southwest County Center in Fenton as its new headquarters. “Maryville is pleased to have the opportunity to lend this […]

Maryville Plays Ball with Youth Agency

July 11, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Scoring goals in sports brings temporary acclaim. Achieving goals in life brings permanent fulfillment. Children in the Herbert Hoover Boys and Girls Club are learning how to do both with the help of Maryville University administrators and coaches. The first step in what promises to be a long partnership between Herbert Hoover […]

Athletes Snare Post Grad Scholarships

July 10, 2007

ST. LOUIS – Maryville University’s Ryan Duncan and Vanda Wilder have been named the recipients of the 2006-07 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) Post Graduate Scholarships. Duncan, a graduate of CBC High School, was a four-year letter winner and starting pitcher on the Saints baseball squad. He compiled a career record of 16-11 and […]

Schwartz Earns All-American Honors

July 10, 2007

ST. LOUIS – Maryville University’s Greg Schwartz has been named a Jewish Sports Review First Team 2007 College Baseball All-American. Schwartz, a freshman from Chesterfield, Mo. (Parkway Central), was one of six pitchers named to the All-America First Team, which is comprised of players from both NCAA Division II and III. The left-handed pitcher was […]

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