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Announcing Maryville Giving Day

Join us on Tuesday, April 22, for the first-ever Maryville Giving Day, a 24-hour celebration of all things Maryville.

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Winter Activities from Home

Maryville’s Office of Alumni Services is excited to share some activities that can be completed from the comfort of your home — and are guaranteed to beat the cold-weather blues.

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Creating Art from Destruction

PaintedBlack STL is empowering Black artists to share their messages on buildings that have been the target of recent damage. The group was co-founded by Jayvn Solomon, ’14, and Tyson Baker, ’17, graduates of Maryville’s design and visual art programs.

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Clear Eyes, Full Heart, Can’t Lose

Nicole Nardi, ’16, grew up with football. So naturally, she is thrilled to serve as coordinator of corporate partnerships activation with the Oakland Raiders.

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Back to Square One

The entrepreneurial mindset of two Maryville alumni was so strong that they gave up traditional jobs to create the company of their dreams.

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Two School of Business Alumni Transform Automobile Industry

Michael Reth and Sergey Abrosimov are the masterminds behind Axiom, a fintech company revolutionizing finance and insurance products for motor vehicle dealerships and their customers.

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In Conversation: Maryville’s Walker College of Health Professions Dean

Michelle Jenkins-Unterberg, PT, DHS, ’89 discusses health care, diversity and how Maryville has transformed since she was a student.

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2019 Saints Hall of Famers Announced

The 2019 Saints Hall of Fame inductees have been announced. Find out who will be honored during this year’s ceremony on Sept. 26.

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Rare Telescope Part of Maryville University Archives

A portable Brashear telescope, part of the Maryville University Archives, is one of 80 known to still exist. The telescope is believed to have come to Maryville under the direction of Mother Kernaghan.

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It’s Not Just About Numbers

Guangwei Fan, PhD, is director of the actuarial science, data science and mathematics programs. On the wall above his modest Kernaghan Hall office desk hangs… Read More