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Students Bypass Beach For Bayou

February 22, 2007

While many students will have fun in the sun over Spring Break, about 40 Maryville University students and staff will spend their week of vacation helping the less fortunate along the Gulf Coast. Fifteen Maryville students and three staff members will head to Pensacola, Fla., for the University’s annual Habitat for Humanity trip. “We will […]

Dean Heading To Haiti On Goodwill Mission

February 22, 2007

Many Maryville students and staff will spend Spring Break helping those in need in the southeastern United States. Charles Gulas, Ph.D., PT, GCS, dean of Maryville University’s School of Health Professions, is going the extra mile, literally, by traveling to the impoverished Caribbean island of Haiti to provide treatment and education for its citizens. Gulas […]

Maryville University Hosts ArtFiber Exhibit

February 21, 2007

For its 10th exhibit, ArtFiber St. Louis has decided to return to the site where it had its first exhibit in 1998: Maryville University’s Morton J. May Foundation Gallery. The gallery will host “ArtFiber 10,” an exhibit of art quilts and other mixed media, beginning February 26 and running through March 23. A reception for […]

Debbie Fritz Retiring from Nursing Faculty

February 16, 2007

Fifteen years of dedicated service and invaluable contribution to Maryville University’s nursing program are drawing to a close for Debbie Fritz, Ph.D., associate professor of nursing, who recently announced her retirement, effective at the end of the 2006-07 academic year. Fritz, who has been a nurse practitioner for 12 years and who currently teaches graduate […]

Geographic Information Systems Course now at Maryville University

February 14, 2007

Maryville University will debut a new, unique, in-depth course in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) beginning with its 2007 Fall Semester, said Dan Sparling, Ph.D., dean of the University’s College of Arts and Sciences. “This is a new and innovative course taught by an expert who employs cutting edge GIS technology in his archaeological investigations. The […]

CAB Members To Attend National Convention

February 9, 2007

Four members of Maryville University’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) will have the honor of representing the University at the National Association for Campus Activities’ national convention, to be held February 17-21, in Nashville, Tenn. The students are (left to right in the photo) Erika Althoff, Andrew Baumgartner, Ally Randolph and Scott Rhodes. “The students were […]

Professor Aims To Stop Students From Smoking

February 9, 2007

Debbie Fritz, Ph.D., assistant professor of nursing at Maryville University, has been chosen to present her research on high school smoking at the 20th annual Pacific Nursing Research Conference in Hawaii, from March 22-24. Fritz conducted her 2003 study as part of her doctoral program at Saint Louis University. The research revolved around high school […]

Improving Student Writing To Be Seminar Topic

February 9, 2007

Helping students develop the “Write Stuff” will be the focus of the next Maryville Lunch and Learn seminar, scheduled for Wednesday (Feb. 14), from 12:15 -1:15 p.m., in Conference Room A, on the top floor of Gander Hall. “Writing has been getting attention in the academic community for the past few years as a major […]

Must See Maryville Scheduled For February 19

February 9, 2007

ST LOUIS – Prospective students will get an enticing taste of Maryville University at the Must See Maryville event taking place on Monday, Feb. 19, from noon to 5 p.m. The event is held by the University’s office of admissions three times a year (twice in the fall and once in the spring) and caters […]

Maryville Professor: Love, Romance Not Always Same

February 6, 2007

As Valentine’s Day approaches, romance and love are on the minds of many. But one Maryville University professor says many notions of romance are romanticized themselves. And that can lead to failed relationships. “The most complicated of emotions has produced a range of myths that demonstrate how we romanticize love,” said Linda Lindsey, Ph.D., professor […]


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