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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Game Design Instructor Brings Industry Expertise to Growing Program

Maryville instructor of game design Matt Raithel owns St. Louis-based Graphite Lab, which recently released “Hive Jump” on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.

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Gulas to Retire as Dean of Walker College of Health Professions

Charles J. Gulas, PhD, dean of the Myrtle E. and Earl E. Walker College of Health Professions, will retire effective at the end of the academic year. In his service to Maryville, Gulas led steady growth in enrollment, programs and facilities.

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Maryville University Announces Expansion of Online Degree Programs

Twelve new programs will launch this fall, opening higher education pathways to more students locally, nationally and globally.

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Inside “The Zombie Class” That Taught Maryville Students to Survive the Walking Dead

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L.E.A.D. by Example

L.E.A.D. Council members run social and cultural awareness student groups and work closely with campus administrators to ensure inclusivity.

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Musial Awards, Presented by Maryville, to Air in Primetime

A special one-hour presentation of the Musial Awards will air on Dec. 19 on KSDK 5 On Your Side. Encore presentations will air on Christmas Day and Dec. 30.

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Maryville Grants $100,000 to Nonprofit Founded by Singer Brian Owens

Maryville University has selected L.I.F.E. Arts, an organization founded by soul singer, songwriter, producer and community advocate Brian Owens, as the recipient of a $100,000 grant.

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Early Maryville Athletic Coach Introduced Badminton to St. Louis

Maryville’s first resident athletic coach brought three new sports to Maryville including badminton, a sport that had not been played in St. Louis prior to her arrival.

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Interdisciplinary Collaboration Examines Flu Pandemic

Faculty and students from the sciences and humanities collaborated to produce an exhibit on the 1918 influenza pandemic on display in the Morton J. May Foundation Gallery, Nov. 1–30.

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It’s Not Just About Numbers

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