Weekend and Evening College to Open Site in Sunset Hills

April 14, 2011

Maryville University’s Weekend and Evening College will move its Southwest County Center, currently located in Fenton, to Sunset Hills. Classes for the 2011 summer session will be the last delivered at the Fenton location. The new site is easily accessible from I-270 at the Gravois exit and visible from 270. The facility includes a 13,752 […]

2011-2012 St. Louis Speakers Series Announced

March 23, 2011

Maryville University’s St. Louis Speakers Series features an impressive lineup of authors, journalists, activists and leaders for the fourteenth season, 2011-2012. The series will open with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Joseph Ellis and will close with one of the most trusted figures in broadcasting, Tom Brokaw. Held at Powell Symphony Hall, the upcoming St. Louis Speakers […]

Society of Midwest Metalsmithing Provides Scholarship

March 21, 2011

Maryville University’s Art & Design program in the College of Arts and Sciences has announced a generous donation from the Society of Midwest Metalsmiths. “In appreciation for the use of our facilities, the Society has shared visiting artists with our students,” said John Baltrushunas, associate professor of art. “This year, the organization’s generosity includes a […]

Cokie Roberts to Deliver 2011 Commencement Address

Cokie Roberts

March 18, 2011

Maryville University has announced that Cokie Roberts, respected journalist, author and ABC News political commentator, will deliver the 2011 commencement address on Saturday, May 7. The University will present Roberts with an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree during the ceremony. Roberts, who is also a senior news analyst for National Public Radio, was named […]

Maryville Receives $300,000 Grant for Teacher Education

Sam Hausfather, PhD

March 14, 2011

Maryville University has been awarded a two-year, $300,000 federal grant through the Missouri Department of Higher Education to develop Constructivist Early Childhood Science: Building Inquiring Minds, a program aimed at improving early childhood science education. The program will be coordinated through Maryville’s School of Education and College of Arts and Sciences. The grant partnership includes […]

Exhibit – Rajasthan: Ancient Traditions and Modern Colors

Marklin card front

February 25, 2011

Maryville University’s Morton J. May Foundation Gallery features “Rajasthan: Ancient Traditions and Modern Colors,” a photographic essay by Ray Marklin, now through March 26. The Morton J. May Foundation Gallery is located in the University Library on the main campus, 650 Maryville University Drive. Gallery admission is free; the public is welcome to view exhibits […]

George Will to Appear in St. Louis Speakers Series; Fills in for Noonan

George Will

February 18, 2011

Maryville University has announced that Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George Will replaces Peggy Noonan for the St. Louis Speakers Series event on Tuesday, Feb. 22, at Powell Hall at 8:00 p.m.. Noonan had to cancel her appearance when she was called upon to cover events taking place in the Middle East. IMPORTANT TICKET INFORMATION: Noonan’s appearance […]

Kranzberg Foundation Grant Advances Maryville’s Jewish Community Ties

February 17, 2011

Maryville University has received a $10,000 grant from The Kranzberg Family Foundation to help enhance Judaic programming among Jewish students, faculty and staff, as well as build interfaith partnerships on campus. Additionally, the funds will allow Maryville, through its Jewish Student Union, to invite Jewish students at other area universities to participate in social events, […]

Students Intern at NFL Players Association Game

February 8, 2011

Maryville welcomed 16 sport business management students and two faculty members home from San Antonio, Texas, this week, where they¬† worked as interns for the NFL Player’s Association Game, the Texas vs. The Nation collegiate all-star match-up played at the Alamodome last Saturday. Maryville University is the official intern provider of the game. “This experience […]

Build-A-Bear Workshop Foundation Grant Supports Kids Rock Cancer

Kids Rock Cancer logo

February 8, 2011

Maryville University has received a $3,000 grant from the Build-A-Bear Workshop Foundation to support the growth of Kids Rock Cancer at St. Louis area cancer centers. Kids Rock Cancer, created through the School of Health Professions’ music therapy program, provides a certified music therapist who works with children battling cancer and other blood disorders to […]