Service Club Helping Displaced Kids

April 11, 2007

Helping to ease, in a small way, the trauma of children removed from their homes due to domestic violence is the aim of a St. Louis organization, Project Backpack. During April, Maryville University’s Community Service Club is assisting Project Backpack by collecting donated items from faculty, staff and students that would fit in a backpack. […]

Film To Shed Light On ‘Invisible Children’

April 4, 2007

ST. LOUIS – The plight of Ugandan children fleeing their homes nightly in order to escape abduction into rebel armies will be the subject of discussion on Wednesday, April 11, when Maryville University screens the documentary “Invisible Children.” Sponsored by the University’s resident assistants, the event is part of a nationwide tour by representatives of […]

Breathing Easier About Asthma

April 4, 2007

Getting children with asthma to breathe a little easier is the goal of an Open Airways Day Camp camp to be hosted by Maryville University’s nursing program on Saturday, April 14. Students in Maryville’s community health nursing class will facilitate educational and fun activities for about a dozen middle school children with the lung condition, […]

Leaders of Tomorrow

April 3, 2007

Eight students from Maryville University comprise the Spring 2007 induction class of Maryville’s chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa, the national leadership honor society. The students were inducted in a ceremony presided over by Maryville chapter officers for the 2006-07 academic year. Pictured are, left to right, front row: new members Tracy Schrock of Fenton; Michelle […]

Honored Freshmen

April 2, 2007

Maryville University of Saint Louis recently inducted 87 freshmen into Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence among first-year students. Membership in Alpha Lambda Delta is open to full-time freshmen students who earn a grade point average of 3.5 or better at a four-year college or university. Maryville students […]

A Real Wye Fellow

April 2, 2007

Todd Brenningmeyer, Ph.D., assistant professor of art history at Maryville University, (right) will spend a week in late July at a workshop sponsored by the Aspen Institute. Despite what the organization’s name implies, however, skiing will not be among the topics discussed. Brenningmeyer will participate in the Institute’s Wye Faculty Seminar, to be held July […]

Phares Wins District Award

April 2, 2007

Like everyone else in the audience of the District 15 meeting of the Missouri Nurses Association (MONA), Dianna Phares, Ph.D., APRN, BC, assistant professor of nursing at Maryville University, listened attentively as the emcee began to read a biography of the district’s 2007 Nurse of the Year award recipient. As the emcee continued, Phares realized […]

SLCO Concert Season Finale

April 2, 2007

The Saint Louis Chamber Orchestra at Maryville University, under the direction of maestro James Richards, concludes its 2006-2007 season with a concert at 3 p.m., Sunday, April 15, in the Maryville Auditorium. The program will consist of works by C.P.E. Bach, Grieg, Sibelius, Diamond and Wolf-Ferrar. The concert also will feature violinist Michelle Godbee (pictured), […]

Artist To Show “Glimpses” of Work

March 30, 2007

Maryville University senior Jamie Shoop of Ballwin, who will graduate with a bachelor of fine arts degree in the University’s studio art program in May, will display her work in an on-campus exhibit that opens Monday, April 9. The exhibit, “Glimpses,” runs through April 13 in the Morton J. May Foundation Gallery, located within the […]

MNEA Honors Maryville Student Club

March 30, 2007

The Maryville University Education Club recently received numerous accolades from the Missouri chapter of the National Education Association during an MNEA conference held at Lake of the Ozarks. Twenty-one Maryville Education Club members, all MNEA members, along with club adviser Paul Mack, assistant professor of education at Maryville University, attended the conference. Of the 38 […]

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