Maryville Introduces Digital Career Portfolios

The new digital career portfolio provides a unique way for students to illustrate their skills and achievements and differentiate themselves when entering the workforce.

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Stories from the Front Lines: Tyler Hankins

Navy reservist Tyler Hankins served on the USNS Mercy, the 1,000-person ship that docked in the Port of Los Angeles in support of the nation’s COVID-19 response efforts.

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Winter Activities from Home

Maryville’s Office of Alumni Services is excited to share some activities that can be completed from the comfort of your home — and are guaranteed to beat the cold-weather blues.

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Honoring the Founders of the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic

This holiday season, we recognize the generosity and commitment of Earl E. and Myrtle E. Walker, who would have turned 100 this year, and founded the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic.

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Conservation’s Link to Humanity and Hope

Kyra Krakos, PhD, associate professor of biology, explored the connections between humanity and a sustainable world during Pivot, a TEDx St. Louis virtual event.

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Joy DeGruy to Deliver Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Address

Dr. Joy DeGruy, nationally and internationally renowned researcher and educator, will deliver the 2021 address for Maryville University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.

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Stories from the Front Lines: LaDonna Whitten

Faculty from Maryville’s Catherine McAuley School of Nursing like LaDonna Whitten, RN, PhD, professor of nursing, prepared students to fight on the front lines against COVID-19 as nurses.

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Reflections on the New Normal

The Maryville community has faced challenges before, but nothing quite like COVID-19. What did our “new normal” look like this semester? Here’s what our students had to say.

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Maryville Honored with NCAA Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence

Maryville University was recognized for graduating 94% of its student-athletes.

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Happy Holidays!

This year has been a year like no other, but the Maryville community is excited to celebrate the holidays together even when we’re apart.

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