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Students Find Common Ground in Costa Rica

During a service-learning trip to Costa Rica, Maryville OT and PT students shared their skills in the clinic while learning from each other in the process.

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Maryville Sponsors Civil Rights Exhibit at Missouri History Museum

Maryville University is a signature sponsor of #1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis, a new exhibit at the Missouri History Museum.

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Maryville University Receives Grant from the PNC Foundation for Protect and Connect Program

Maryville University Awarded $435,000 Grant from PNC Foundation

Maryville University will launch a new cyber security services and education program, “Protect and Connect,” with support from a $435,000 grant from PNC Foundation.

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Maryville and Jefferson College Partner in Healthcare Program

A new partnership has been formed giving Jefferson College graduates of select health occupation programs the opportunity to transfer to Maryville University to complete their baccalaureate degree.

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Maryville Improves Admissions Process with Salesforce Grant

Maryville University has received a grant from Salesforce.org’s Force for Change Grants program to be used to open-source Maryville’s admission application.

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Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD

Maryville President Shares Learning Revolution with the Chronicle

Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD, was recently interviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education about the institution’s innovative technology and active learning ecosystem.

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Groundbreaking PT Research

Pradip Ghosh, PhD, professor of physical therapy, is conducting groundbreaking research to assist individuals with Parkinson’s disease and stroke.

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Maryville’s Bookstore Becomes ‘The M Store’

To better reflect the entirety of the Maryville University experience supported by its merchandise and services, Maryville’s “University Bookstore” has been renamed The M Store.

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Maryville University has received a grant from the Monsanto Fund for a new program designed to engage middle school girls in computer coding.

Maryville University Receives Monsanto Fund Grant

Maryville University has received a grant from the Monsanto Fund for a new program designed to teach computer coding to middle school girls.

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Maryville University and Westminster College Announce MBA Partnership

Maryville University, Westminster College Form Unique Partnership

A new partnership between Maryville University and Westminster College offers an MBA program to employees of Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center.

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