Rachel Phillips Barnidge, Nurse Practitioner in Maryville’s Health and Wellness Office, shares five ways our students can boost their immune systems and maintain their health.
Rung for Women partners with Maryville University to empower women to climb the economic ladder, meet employer demand and support a thriving economy post-pandemic.
The Maryville community is invited to share stories, thoughts and reactions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Submissions can be made in audio, video, written or other visual formats.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion highlighted Black leaders at Maryville who contribute to the overall excellence of our campus and show up authentically and unapologetically.
Maryville will increase the number of NCAA Championship sponsored sports with the addition of men’s volleyball and women’s field hockey, pushing the number of NCAA sports offered to 25.
Furloughed from her nursing job, Michaela Mitchell traveled to the world’s coronavirus epicenter, New York City, to treat COVID-19 patients in a short-staffed, under-resourced intensive care unit.
Join us on Tuesday, April 22, for the first-ever Maryville Giving Day, a 24-hour celebration of all things Maryville.
Maryville’s virtual study-abroad opportunities in Oxford, Florence, Dublin and Panama allow students to explore the sights and sounds of a particular locale, interact with live people at the site and reflect on these experiences.
Dr. Joy DeGruy spoke about the history of the American slave trade and subsequent discrimination against Black people during Maryville’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
To keep the ER from being overwhelmed, Adenike “Nikki” Adegboye helped assess patients who thought they might have COVID-19 in special outdoor triage tents.