Father and Son — Fellow Students at Maryville

Sam Slaughter is a nursing student on campus, while his dad, Kelly Slaughter, studies for his MBA online

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Leaving a Legacy Forward

Cherie Fister, MFA, vice president for academic affairs, will retire effective at the end of the academic year. She leaves a lasting legacy for active student learning.

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Commencement 2022 – Photos, Videos, and Social Media

The Maryville community was overjoyed to celebrate an in-person Commencement for the first time in two years since the pandemic began.

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The Future of Work

Maryville’s new credentials in artificial intelligence and blockchain create deep tech-focused educational options for students interested in high-demand computer science careers.

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The Crisis of Hate

Jonathan Greenblatt spoke about the growth of hate and systemic violence in the U.S. during the inaugural Staenberg Lecture.

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Honoring Our Nurses

We salute the Maryville nursing community, including our nursing alumni, students and educators around the world and across every nursing discipline.

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Community Gathers for Maryville Day

Part of Maryville’s year-long 150th anniversary celebration, Maryville Day featured a carnival on the quad followed by a silent headphone disco for students.

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Flying High

Maryville University’s STUNT team placed fourth at the 2022 College STUNT Association National Championships for Division I and Division II varsity teams.

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Saints Wrestling Earns Honors

Maryville University ranked third in the National Wrestling Coaches Association Division II Scholar All-America team ranking.

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Celebrating an Inspiring Mentor and Friend

Professor Emerita of Music Katja Georgieff, PhD, was a dear friend and mentor to many in our community. In honor of her legacy, Artist-in-Residence Peter Henderson will perform a solo piano recital.

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Let’s Celebrate Saints Success

The new Saints Success Bell is a fun and exciting way for Maryville students to share their accomplishments and ring in their success.

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