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Overwatch Team Wins Second National Championship

Maryville’s Overwatch Esports Team won its second Overwatch Collegiate Championships, marking back-to-back national titles for the Saints.

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Florent “Flo” Groberg to Deliver Maryville’s Commencement Address

Florent “Flo” Groberg, celebrated military hero, former U.S. Army Captain and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, will deliver the 2022 Commencement address for Maryville University.

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Maryville University Announces Partnership to Redevelop Woods Mill Center

The vision for the project contemplates a dynamic mixed use development featuring a multipurpose education, athletics and esports venue seating up to 3,000 people.

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Stronger Together

Interactive Design graduate Phil Snowbarger, ’20, conceived and created a new video game that is being developed by St. Louis-based Graphite Lab, and published by Atari.

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Collins Smith Named President of Harris-Stowe

LaTonia Collins-Smith, who earned her doctorate in higher education leadership at Maryville, is the first Black woman to be named president of Harris-Stowe State University.

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Interior Design Student Receives Nelson Award

Rai Savage has been named a recipient of the John J. Nelson Sr. Legacy Scholarship established to support diversity and further the study of interior design by students of African American descent.

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Celebrations Continue for Maryville’s 150th

The Maryville community continued our 150th anniversary celebration at Athletics Alumni Weekend, which featured the 2022 Athletics Hall of Fame and ice skating at the Maryville University Hockey Center.

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Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD

Introducing the Disruptor in Chief Podcast

In a new podcast series, Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD, discusses the future of innovation in higher education.

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Student Mental Health Support Continues to Grow

Two years into the pandemic, mental health challenges continue to plague college students. Maryville provides ongoing support services, including instructing faculty and staff on how to address mental health challenges.

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For the People

Tamika Mallory spoke about the importance of voting rights and inspired others to engage in the political process during Maryville’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.

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