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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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Maryville University Receives Apple Distinguished School Recognition

Maryville University has been named an Apple Distinguished School for 2018–2021 — marking the second recognition — for leadership and excellence in providing students with a high-tech, mobile learning environment.

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Game Design Instructor Brings Industry Expertise to Growing Program

Maryville instructor of game design Matt Raithel owns St. Louis-based Graphite Lab, which recently released “Hive Jump” on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.

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Interdisciplinary Collaboration Examines Flu Pandemic

Faculty and students from the sciences and humanities collaborated to produce an exhibit on the 1918 influenza pandemic on display in the Morton J. May Foundation Gallery, Nov. 1–30.

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It’s Not Just About Numbers

Guangwei Fan, PhD, is director of the actuarial science, data science and mathematics programs. On the wall above his modest Kernaghan Hall office desk hangs… Read More

St. Louis area startups, small businesses and nonprofits gathered on campus last week to discuss the cybersecurity services they receive free of charge thanks to Maryville University.

Local Organizations Value Free Cyber Security Services

Representatives from St. Louis area startups, small businesses and nonprofits gathered on campus recently to discuss the cyber security services they receive free of charge… Read More

Paul Gross, assistant professor of software development, is laser-focused on educating future software developers to meet workforce demand

Focused on Filling Gaps in Computer Science Workforce

Paul Gross, assistant professor of software development, is laser-focused on educating future software developers to meet workforce demand.   Paul Gross, assistant professor of software… Read More

Tom Spudich, PhD, associate professor of chemistry and forensic science

Make Like Gumby: Expect the Unexpected

Tom Spudich, PhD, associate professor of chemistry and forensic science, encourages students to be flexible in their approach to learning and keep an open mind… Read More