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Teaching in a Student-Centered World 

Somer Anderson, MACC, assistant dean for the Simon School of Business and assistant professor of accounting, has been recognized for using innovative strategies in the classroom that prepare students for business careers.

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Announcing The M Store+

Maryville’s new e-commerce site features rotating apparel, Maryville spirit gear and giftware as well as customized build-your-own items.

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Making a Dream a Reality

Nnenne Onwuzo completed the final steps of Maryville Online’s Doctor of Education — Higher Education Leadership program while recovering from COVID-19, as she did want to delay her dream of earning her degree.

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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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Maryville Hosts Regional Jobs Announcement

Accenture Federal Services will bring 1,400 highly skilled technology jobs to St. Louis over the next five years. The announcement was made on the Maryville campus by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson and other civic leaders.

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Maryville University Announces Fall Plans

Campus will reopen with modified class schedules incorporating both online and in-person classes, and modified housing and dining plans to limit COVID-19 transmission.

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Maryville Fills Gaps for Ritenour Distance Learning

During Ritenour School District’s COVID-19 closure, Maryville helped secure devices and provide online learning opportunities for elementary and middle school students.

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Message to the Community Regarding Civil Unrest and Race Relations

The events of the past few weeks and the horrific killing of George Floyd have exposed the scourge of racism and exclusion in American society.

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New Members Named to Maryville Board of Trustees

Physician-scientist Michael R. DeBaun, MD, MPH, and President of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis Flint W. Fowler, PhD, will join the board.

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Honoring an Extraordinary Volunteer

Lucille Kramer, age 91, has volunteered for the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic for nearly 20 years, helping two-through six-year-old children with speech and language disorders succeed in school and throughout their lives.

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