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Maryville Team Wins Geospatial Hackathon

A team of Maryville students known as the Maryville Ethical Hackers won the 2020 Open Source Geospatial Hackathon. Maryville earned first place in the college… Read More

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Hybrid USEM Courses Deliver Voyages of Discovery, Identity for New Maryville Students

For years, Maryville University’s University Seminar (USEM) courses helped new students begin their college journeys in traditional classrooms. But in the third year of USEM’s… Read More

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Dr. Lombardi Appears on Wakeup With Cheddar TV to Discuss Virtual Learning

Our own Dr. Lombardi joined Wakeup With Cheddar TV to discuss the future of higher education - virtual learning. One quote to note from this… Read More

‘Peak’ Partnership Challenges Students

A new partnership with Peak Sports MGMT, a sponsorship and event management firm, is preparing students in Maryville’s Rawlings Sport Business Management Program for future careers.

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Making a Dream a Reality

Nnenne Onwuzo completed the final steps of Maryville Online’s Doctor of Education — Higher Education Leadership program while recovering from COVID-19, as she did want to delay her dream of earning her degree.

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Maryville Fills Gaps for Ritenour Distance Learning

During Ritenour School District’s COVID-19 closure, Maryville helped secure devices and provide online learning opportunities for elementary and middle school students.

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The Art of Exploration

Maryville students are exploring the St. Louis area through the lens of an iPad and learning about the region’s racial and economic segregation on their excursions.

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Not All Who Wander Are Lost

Kevin Stokes, EdD, assistant professor of educational leadership, takes students abroad to study education in other cultures.

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Building a Brand Beyond the Bunny

Maryville communication and graphic design students gain a competitive edge for the workforce through their work with Energizer.

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Jackie Joyner-Kersee Foundation Partnership Continues to Grow

Maryville cybersecurity students provide free technology services for the Jackie Joyner-Kersee Community Center in East St. Louis, benefitting at-risk youth who attend after-school programs at the Center.

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