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Maryville to Host Conference for Caregivers

Maryville University will host a half-day conference, In the Spirit of Caregiving, from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 3, for health professions students and faculty, and caregivers in the St. Louis community.

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A student newspaper from the Maryville University Archives

Early Maryville Student Newspapers Available Online

In an ongoing effort to digitize historical photographs and paper ephemera, Maryville University Archives has digitized and electronically published student newspapers dating from the early 1900s.

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Maryville University partners with the Chinese Education and Culture Center in St. Louis

Designing a Dream for Chinese Families in St. Louis

Maryville University students, faculty and alumni partnered with the Chinese Education and Cultural Center in St. Louis to assist in the acquisition and interior design of the building.

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Opening Minds Through Art at Maryville University

Occupational Therapy Program Serves People with Dementia

For people with dementia, a once-busy life can narrow to world of isolation as jobs, friends and hobbies fall away. But a Maryville program encourages… Read More

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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Stacy Hollins, PhD, associate professor at Maryville University, is recognized in the 2017 Delux Power 100.

Caldwell, Hollins Honored as St. Louis Innovators

Maryville University’s Nina Caldwell, EdD, and Stacy Hollins, PhD, are recognized by the 2017 Delux Magazine Power 100 awards. Two alumni are also honored.

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Jerritt Johnston, Maryville University graduate

Jerritt Johnston, ’95, Lives in Narrow Comfort Zone

Jerritt Johnston, ’95, felt like a fish out of water when he arrived at Maryville University. Now, he makes a living taking people out of their natural habitat.

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Greg Hegarty, Maryville University Alumna

Greg Hegarty, ’17, Earns Royal Homecoming

Greg Hegarty, ’17, a DII All-American wrestler and Rawlings Sport Business Management graduate, lands dream job with the Kansas City Royals.

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Maryville University Connie Dorsey, '36

Remembering Constance Murray Dorsey, ’36 — 1914‒2017

The Maryville University community mourns the passing of its oldest alumna, Connie Dorsey, ’36. Dorsey, who was two months shy of 103, taught for 40 years.

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Hamsa Hand and Geometric design by Maryville alumnus Abdul Kenani

Graphic Design Graduate Wins International Awards

Kenani’s logo was one of two selected for LogoLounge10, a publication that showcases expert identity work by notable designers and up-and-coming talents from around the world.

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