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Presenting the Digital Development Project

Maryville is helping entrepreneurs of color in St. Louis develop new skills and navigate the demands of running a business online.

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Tech Bar Students Deliver Computers to Girls Inc.

Maryville University named Girls Inc. as the recipient of 30 computers donated through its student-led Tech Bar initiative.

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In Conversation: Maryville’s John E. Simon School of Business Dean

Tammy Gocial, PhD, discusses the restructuring of the business school with new curriculum and an enterprise program.

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The Fight Against Hunger

Amir Hodge, ’21, is addressing the persistent issue of childhood malnutrition in Honduras after earning his advanced degree through Maryville’s online nursing programs.

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Emerging Careers of the Future

Nine new technology-centered certificate programs will prepare students for some of the most in-demand and lucrative career opportunities on the market.

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Empowering East St. Louis Students with In-Demand Skills

The Jackie Joyner-Kersee Foundation, Maryville University and the Regions Foundation announced a new community partnership that will provide STEM educational programming for elementary school students in East St. Louis.

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March is Music Therapy Month

Laura Beer, PhD, MT-BC, director of Maryville’s Music Therapy Program, discusses why music therapy is a transformative experience for people in need of help and support.

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Powerful Women in Cyber

Maryville University, in partnership with Venture Café St. Louis, is dedicated to supporting and empowering women in cybersecurity.

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Explore the World From Home

Maryville’s virtual study-abroad opportunities in Oxford, Florence, Dublin and Panama allow students to explore the sights and sounds of a particular locale, interact with live people at the site and reflect on these experiences.

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Maryville University Geospatial Hacking competition

Maryville Team Wins Geospatial Hackathon

A team of Maryville students known as the Maryville Ethical Hackers won the 2020 Open Source Geospatial Hackathon. Maryville earned first place in the college… Read More