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#YOUTHQUAKE

The University Seminar course helps first-year students explore their personal identities. It provides a distinctive opportunity for students to work closely with peers and a trio of instructors on an important topic of mutual interest.

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Design Thinking is the Story

Assistant professor of interior design Mike Keller is teaching students to sketch a design and revise it in real time. The technique is breeding confidence and skills they will take into the professional world.

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Maryville Partners with Normandy High on Library Project

Maryville students were tasked with finding new ways to improve the functionality, cleanliness and structure of the library.

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How to Throw a Strike in the World of Physics

Maryville is changing the way students learn physics thanks to new wireless sensors, which allow students to design and conduct their own experiments outside of the classroom.

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Hacking into the Emerging Field of Cyber Security

A curriculum developed by Maryville faculty, staff and students prepares high school students for careers in a high-demand, high-paying field.

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Wired for Success

Along with a talented team, Dan Viele, dean of the School of Adult and Online Education, builds a national reputation for excellence in online education.

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Maryville Receives Boeing Grant to Continue Coding Creators Project

Coding Creators helps create equity in STEM education and career opportunities for underserved students.

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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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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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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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