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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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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

The Maryville University men's soccer team has earned its second consecutive bid to the NCAA Division II Soccer Championships.

Maryville Men’s Soccer Claims First GLVC Championship

The Maryville men’s soccer team has earned the program’s second consecutive bid to the NCAA Division II Soccer Championships.

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Maryville University to Receive Corporate Diversity Award

The St. Louis American Foundation will honor Maryville University with its Corporate Diversity Award for outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.

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Maryville's Chesterfield Ice Hockey Rink

Maryville Club Hockey Announces New Home Ice

Maryville University’s club ice hockey program will have a new home at the Chesterfield SportsComplex. The groundbreaking ceremony for the complex will take place on… Read More

Kathleen Zellner, civil rights attorney, receives the Sister Mary Byles Peace and Justice Prize presented by Maryville University.

Maryville University to Honor Civil Rights Attorney Kathleen T. Zellner

Maryville University will honor civil rights attorney Kathleen Zellner with the Sr. Mary Byles Peace and Justice Prize for her work in wrongful conviction advocacy.

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April Santos, director of human resources at Maryville University

Santos Named Director of Human Resources at Maryville University

April Santos has been named director of human resources at Maryville University, and she will focus on hiring employees to meet growing enrollment needs.

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Maryville University Projects Record Enrollment in 2018-2019

Maryville University Projects Record Enrollment This Fall

Maryville’s student population is expected to reach 9,300, 19 percent over last fall, marking 14 years of consecutive enrollment growth.

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Paul Gross, assistant professor of software development, is laser-focused on educating future software developers to meet workforce demand

Focused on Filling Gaps in Computer Science Workforce

Paul Gross, assistant professor of software development, is laser-focused on educating future software developers to meet workforce demand.   Paul Gross, assistant professor of software… Read More

Maryville partners with st. louis blues for development camp testing

Maryville Partners with St. Louis Blues for Development Camp Testing

Maryville recently partnered with the St. Louis Blues NHL hockey team, which assessed the fitness of draftees in Maryville’s Human Performance Lab.

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