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Alum Organizing ‘Art In The Park’

September 13, 2007

Maryville graduate Tina Tebbe (B.S., Physical Therapy; MBA) is organizing the annual “Art in the Park” art show, which will be held from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., October 13-14, at Lindendale Park in Highland, Ill. The show will feature 60 nationally acclaimed artists whose work is collected in places ranging from the Vatican and […]

Ellis Near Top Of Hoops Heap In Wins

September 10, 2007

ST. LOUIS – Maryville University women’s basketball coach Chris Ellis is now ranked among the winningest active women’s basketball coaches in NCAA Division III. Ellis ranked 50th with a .681 winning percentage on the latest list that was released earlier this month. In six years at the helm of the Saints women’s basketball program, Ellis […]

Enhancing Learning is Manual Labor

September 7, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Maryville University faculty members routinely go the extra mile when it comes to enhancing student learning. Kristen Bruzzini, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology, is no exception. Bruzzini has fulfilled a dream that she had since coming to Maryville four years ago. In order to motivate her Anatomy and Physiology class, and reinforce […]

Emergency Message System Implemented

September 7, 2007

Maryville University has adopted a new campus notification system, Saints Alert, which enables the University to send urgent news to your electronic communication device. Once you sign up for the service, the University can text your electronic communication device with timely information about emergencies affecting the Maryville community. Depending on your cell phone plan, there […]

Maryville, SLSO Has Symphony From A to Z

September 4, 2007

ST. LOUIS — A talk by internationally renowned opera soprano Christine Brewer and an encore appearance by Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra music director David Robertson will highlight the second season of Symphony A to Z, a series of adult education classes co-sponsored by the SLSO and Maryville University and hosted by Maryville in its Auditorium. […]

Dr. Nina Caldwell named Vice President

August 31, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Symbolizing the significance that he places on the role of student life in a student’s overall college experience, Maryville University Mark Lombardi, Ph.D., has made the University’s Student Life division a separate division and has elevated Nina Caldwell, Ed.D., formerly Maryville’s dean of student life, to the level of vice president for […]

Alumni Find Success in Careers

August 30, 2007

Earning a degree from Maryville University has proven to be a great way to begin a successful professional career. Just ask two alumni who recently were promoted in their respective organizations. Just last month, Intrepid USA Healthcare Services named Roberta “Bobi” Rose its Vice President of Clinical Services. She previously served as the company’s corporate […]

Three Of A Kind

August 30, 2007

A trio of veteran faculty members are the recipients of the 2007 Maryville University Faculty Awards Announced at the annual Convocation, the award winners are Geralyn Frandsen, Ed.D., associate professor of nursing; Alice Jensen, associate professor of nursing; and Germaine Murray, Ph.D., associate professor of English. “Though there were a number of nominees, we are […]

“The Look” in “The Library”

August 28, 2007

ST. LOUIS — Recognizing that library users in the 21st Century expect a blend of academic resources and modern amenities, the Maryville University Library is meeting these expectations with its newly renovated facility. “We want to make the Library more of a center for learning with faculty, staff and students working in a collaborative and […]

A Leader in Student Retention

August 22, 2007

According to statistics compiled by an independent organization in higher education, Maryville University ranks third among St. Louis universities in the retention and graduation of its students. During the 2006-07 academic year, Maryville’s retention rate for freshman to sophomore students was 81 percent and its graduation rate was 66 percent. These statistics, compiled by the […]