Ali Diop, Class of 2015

Ali Diop, ’15: Advancing a World View

Ali Diop, ’15, is committed to helping solve some of the world’s most difficult problems, and through a highly competitive internship he turns that goal into action every day. Diop’s workplace is the United Nations in New York.

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Vincent Marsden, Class of 1991

Vincent Marsden, ’91: Determination & Dough

Vincent Marsden, ’99, earned degrees from Maryville University in psychology and sociology, but his doughnut-making career path has roots in an unlikely elective class: metalsmithing.

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Peggy Liggett, Class of 1961

Peggy Liggett, ’61: Building on Successful Transitions

For the past 20 years, Peggy Liggett, ’61, has enjoyed a successful career as a real estate agent. She followed that path, however, after a long tenure in higher education.

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Doris Shaw, PhD, as the new dean of the Simon School of Business

Technology Upgrades Enhance Campus Learning Environment

Maryville University recently completed extensive upgrades to wireless broadband capabilities and security across campus, including technology upgrades in all buildings and outdoor green spaces.

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Maryville Talks Books – Sam Weller

Sam Weller is the authorized biographer of Ray Bradbury. His book The Bradbury Chronicles: The Life of Ray Bradbury (William Morrow) was a Los Angeles Times bestseller and winner of the 2005 Society of Midland Authors Award for Best Biography.

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Turning Up the Volume on Social Media

Are you engaged on social media? If so, please help us share our many wonderful stories.

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Branka Named Inaugural Women’s Bowling Coach

Brandi Branka will serve as the inaugural coach head coach for the Saints women’s bowling team. The team begins its first season of competition during the 2015-16 academic year.

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Doris Shaw, PhD, as the new dean of the Simon School of Business

ESports Club Program Begins This Fall

Maryville University has announced the addition of Esports to its growing line-up of club sport programs.

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Levin is Maryville’s First Writer-in-Residence

Award-winning poet Dana Levin has been appointed as Maryville University’s first-ever Distinguished Writer-in-Residence beginning in Fall 2015. Levin’s appointment coincides with academic program revisions in the humanities and to reflect a stronger focus on creative writing.

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Ivanov To Compete in Wrestling World Championships

Young athletes often fantasize about competing in the Olympics, but very few have the opportunity. That dream could become reality, however, for Georgi Ivanov, assistant coach for Maryville’s NCAA Division II wrestling team and an assistant in the University’s admissions office.

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