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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Maryville Distributes Free Books in North County

The multicultural book fair introduced students to books that promote positive images and stories about African American culture and history as a tool to help increase literacy.

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Not All Who Wander Are Lost

Kevin Stokes, EdD, assistant professor of educational leadership, takes students abroad to study education in other cultures.

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Maryville Reaches In

The University introduces a campaign benefitting the wellbeing of students, faculty and staff. The inaugural Maryville Reaches In supports the Counseling Center on campus.

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Drum Majors for Justice

Maryville University recently hosted its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration featuring a panel of professionals working toward social justice in the St. Louis area.

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Maryville Alumnus Building BattleHawks Brand

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‘Big Sonia’ Honors Holocaust Survivor

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Maryville Joins Cortex Community

The University introduces its Fusion Center located inside Cortex’s 4220 building to educate the St. Louis startup community on cybersecurity topics; create a pipeline of talent.

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Student Filmmaker Showcases Film at Maryville

Jake Billingsley, who is studying English, shared his horror film “The Other Side of the Room” as part of the Maryville Talks Movies series.

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Leadership Through the King Legacy

Maryville University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration will feature a panel of speakers who honor King’s life and legacy through their daily work.

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Back to Square One

The entrepreneurial mindset of two Maryville alumni was so strong that they gave up traditional jobs to create the company of their dreams.

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