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Maryville, Pearson Launch National Ad Campaign Highlighting Online Degree Attainment

Maryville University and Pearson have launched the first national TV and radio advertising campaign for Maryville Online. The nationwide campaign features ads designed to encourage working adults to start a college degree online for the first time or finish an uncompleted degree.

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The Tremble Clefs are a choral group at Maryville University composed of people with Parkinson’s disease with the assistance of music therapists.

Choral Group Assists People with Parkinson’s

A Maryville University initiative, The Tremble Clefs, is a choral group composed of people with Parkinson’s disease. Members practice with the assistance of music therapists.

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Students Awarded Bascom Scholarships to Study at Oxford University

Three Students Awarded Bascom Scholarships to Study at Oxford

Three students in the Mother Marion Bascom Honors program will experience the spring semester abroad at Oxford University in Oxford, England.

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Pop-up poetry read by students.

Writing Students Give Campus Reading

Students enrolled in Dana Levin’s writing tutorial (English 406) course recently showcased their work in a pop-up reading entitled “Cabinet of Curiosities.”

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Sandra Harris, library director for Maryville University.

Meet Sandra Harris: University Library Director

After 30 years away, Sandra Harris returned to her hometown of St. Louis this fall to serve as library director for Maryville University. Most recently, she worked as executive director of the Desert Caballeros Western Museum.

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Maryville University announces expansion of its online bachelor's degree programs.

Maryville University Builds on its Spirit of Inclusivity by Expanding Online Degree Programs

Maryville University announces the expansion of its online bachelor’s programs that begin in Fall 2018. Ten additional degrees will be offered nationwide.

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The Aphasia Communication Theater (ACT), an innovative production implemented last summer by graduate students in Maryville’s Speech-Language Pathology program

Maryville Stages Program for People with Aphasia

The Aphasia Communication Theater (ACT), an innovative production implemented by graduate students in Maryville’s Speech-Language Pathology program, was designed to improve the speech, language and social rehabilitation of participants. 

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Maryville University Faculty and Staff News

Maryville University’s Faculty and Staff News digest highlights recent accomplishments of our industry and professional experts.

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Maryville nursing professor and neurorehabilitation nurse Linda Schultz

‘Ask a Nurse’ Webcast Helps Inform Class Discussion

Maryville nursing professor Linda Schultz, PhD, CRRN, has never stopped learning from patients—including one who is better known as Superman.

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Olivia Engle, production manager of the Maryville Freight Farm

Maryville Freight Farm Arrives on Campus

Maryville is planting new seeds of sustainability by hosting the only Freight Farm in the state of Missouri and one of the few in the nation.

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