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Krakos Delivers TEDx Talk

When Kyra Krakos, PhD, assistant professor of biology, delivered a lecture on ‘Plants, Pollinators and People: A Love Story,’ at the Sheldon Concert Hall, it wasn’t her usual presentation. This time, it was for TEDx Gateway Arch.

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Doris Shaw, PhD, as the new dean of the Simon School of Business

Technology Upgrades Enhance Campus Learning Environment

Maryville University recently completed extensive upgrades to wireless broadband capabilities and security across campus, including technology upgrades in all buildings and outdoor green spaces.

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Turning Up the Volume on Social Media

Are you engaged on social media? If so, please help us share our many wonderful stories.

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Levin is Maryville’s First Writer-in-Residence

Award-winning poet Dana Levin has been appointed as Maryville University’s first-ever Distinguished Writer-in-Residence beginning in Fall 2015. Levin’s appointment coincides with academic program revisions in the humanities and to reflect a stronger focus on creative writing.

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For Graphic Design Grad, ‘Dreams Really Do Come True’

Princess tiaras, mouse ears, t-shirts, hats, pins and mermaid tails are just a small sampling of Disney World theme park souvenirs purchased by tourists as a tangible reminder of their vacation. Few buyers, however, give any thought to the process behind that special creation.

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Loeffler Named Apple Distinguished Educator

Dustin Loeffler, JD, assistant professor of cybersecurity and information systems at Maryville University, has been named an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE). 

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The Nature of Adam Long’s Art

Adam Long, ’93, adjunct instructor of foundational drawing in the Art & Design program, creates award-winning art that continues a series he began as an undergraduate student at Maryville.

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Maryville Announces Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Maryville University has established the Office of Diversity & Inclusion to provide strategic leadership in promoting a diverse campus community, create greater access to higher education among underrepresented student groups, and foster meaningful dialogues, programs and partnerships in support of academic excellence and inclusivity.

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Business Programs Expand

Maryville University’s John E. Simon School of Business has developed new degrees, concentrations and certificate programs to provide students with in-demand skills sought by future employers.

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Maryville Invests in Professional Development for Faculty

As part of an ongoing commitment to embrace emerging technologies and new ways of student learning, Maryville University will provide faculty with two weeks of paid professional development, beginning this academic year.

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