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Maryville Debuts Online Speech-Language Clinic

Maryville University is pleased to announce that we’ve just launched our new online speech-language clinic. Graduate students and highly experienced clinical supervisors provide weekly therapy… Read More

Poet Dana Levin Receives National Acclaim

Following the release of her fifth book of poetry, Dana Levin, MA, distinguished writer-in-residence, has received much praise and appreciation.

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Plug In

A Maryville occupational therapy program is aimed at promoting inclusion and participation through adaptive gaming. Free assistive technology and adaptive gaming kits are available for gamers with physical disabilities.

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Walker Scottish Rite Clinic Receives Award from St. Louis Mayor

The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic received a Quality of Life Award, in honor of being one of the first four tenants in The Hub community resource center. Several successful events benefit the clinic and the many families who receive services.

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York Named Emerging Marketing Leader

Dustin York, EdD, associate professor of communication, has received a 4 Under 40 Emerging Leader Award from the American Marketing Association.

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The Future of Work

Maryville’s new credentials in artificial intelligence and blockchain create deep tech-focused educational options for students interested in high-demand computer science careers.

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Celebrating an Inspiring Mentor and Friend

Professor Emerita of Music Katja Georgieff, PhD, was a dear friend and mentor to many in our community. In honor of her legacy, Artist-in-Residence Peter Henderson will perform a solo piano recital.

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Maryville University Announces Partnership to Redevelop Woods Mill Center

The vision for the project contemplates a dynamic mixed use development featuring a multipurpose education, athletics and esports venue seating up to 3,000 people.

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Stronger Together

Interactive Design graduate Phil Snowbarger, ’20, conceived and created a new video game that is being developed by St. Louis-based Graphite Lab, and published by Atari.

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Collins Smith Named President of Harris-Stowe

LaTonia Collins-Smith, who earned her doctorate in higher education leadership at Maryville, is the first Black woman to be named president of Harris-Stowe State University.

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