Little Horses, Big Rewards

Physical therapy major Emily Hoffman and her sister created Applejack Therapy Foundation to bring joy and healing to people of all ages.

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The Importance of Being Educated

Sharolyn McCoy shares the health crisis that led her to pursue her education at Maryville at the age of 75.

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Stronger Together

Victor Kizer, director of the exercise science program and assistant professor, has pursued his passion for exercise from the sands of Iraq to the campus of Maryville University.

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Maryville Hillel Advisory Council Chair Receives Award

Paul Kravitz, Maryville Hillel Advisory Council chair, has received the 2019 JProStl Partnership Award in honor of his dedication to Maryville University and the St. Louis Jewish community.

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You Can Get There From Here

Immersed in virtual reality, students travel down the road and around the world to explore history, botany and workplaces.

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Dyson Delivers Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Address

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson encouraged whites to awaken to black suffering during Maryville’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.

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Rare Telescope Part of Maryville University Archives

A portable Brashear telescope, part of the Maryville University Archives, is one of 80 known to still exist. The telescope is believed to have come to Maryville under the direction of Mother Kernaghan.

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The M Store Announces New Package Locker Station

Residential students can pick up their packages 24/7 thanks to a new Package Locker Station offered through The M Store.

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The Art of Designing an Online Program

A successful online course requires creative partnership between faculty and learning designers. Geriann Brandt, associate professor of criminal justice/criminology, is a recent and enthusiastic collaborator.

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Michael Eric Dyson to Deliver Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Address

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, a Georgetown University sociology professor and bestselling author, will deliver the 2019 address for Maryville University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.

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