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Apple Distinguished Educator Announced

In recognition of innovative teaching, Bob Cunningham, director of the occupational therapy program, has been named to the
Apple Distinguished Educators Class of 2019.

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J.C. Watts to Deliver Maryville’s Commencement Address

J.C. Watts, Jr., former United States congressman from Oklahoma and legendary college and professional football player, will deliver the 2019 Commencement address for Maryville University.

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From Scandal, the Opportunity for Reflection and Evolution in Higher Ed

It’s time to rethink how we value our institutions of higher education, the degrees they confer and the students they choose to admit, said President Mark Lombardi, PhD, in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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Shaw Named to ‘40 Under 40’ Class of 2019

Ebonee Shaw, development director for the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, has been recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal’s ‘40 Under 40’ Class of 2019.

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Maryville Adds Second Club Men’s Hockey Program and Women’s Ice Hockey

Maryville University announced that it will add a second competitive men’s club ice hockey team for the 2019-20 academic year. In addition, the University is starting a competitive women’s club ice hockey program to begin competition during the 2020-21 academic calendar.

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College Admissions Scandal Highlights Need for Access and Opportunity

Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD, recently appeared on KTRS (550 AM) to discuss what universities can learn from the college admissions scandal.

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Maryville University Receives Apple Distinguished School Recognition

Maryville University has been named an Apple Distinguished School for 2018–2021 — marking the second recognition — for leadership and excellence in providing students with a high-tech, mobile learning environment.

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Gulas to Retire as Dean of Walker College of Health Professions

Charles J. Gulas, PhD, dean of the Myrtle E. and Earl E. Walker College of Health Professions, will retire effective at the end of the academic year. In his service to Maryville, Gulas led steady growth in enrollment, programs and facilities.

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Maryville University Announces Expansion of Online Degree Programs

Twelve new programs will launch this fall, opening higher education pathways to more students locally, nationally and globally.

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Maryville Grants $100,000 to Nonprofit Founded by Singer Brian Owens

Maryville University has selected L.I.F.E. Arts, an organization founded by soul singer, songwriter, producer and community advocate Brian Owens, as the recipient of a $100,000 grant.

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