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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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The Power of Online Education

Armando Laing is able to pursue his MBA thanks to Maryville’s online programs. The online environment allows him to attend class whenever and wherever he wants.

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Light Your Fire

Leilani Carver-Madalon, PhD, associate professor of communication, inspired female leaders to achieve a more equitable workplace at the TEDx Gateway Arch Bold & Brilliant Women event.

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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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