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LaunchCode Maryville

Maryville University Partners with LaunchCode

Maryville University has announced a partnership with LaunchCode to offer qualified students and alumni a free coding class, and access to the LaunchCode apprenticeship program.

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Freedom Summer, by Bruce Watson

‘Maryville Reads’ Book Announced

The 2016-2017 Maryville Reads program at Maryville University will feature the book, “Freedom Summer:  The Savage Season of 1964 That Made Mississippi Burn and Made America a Democracy,” by Bruce Watson.

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Maryville, Abstrakt Create Unique On-Campus Partnership

Maryville University and Abstrakt Marketing Group have announced an unprecedented internship opportunity for students interested in sales and marketing careers. The St. Louis-based firm recently opened a satellite office on Maryville’s campus.

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David Korn Named Head Men’s Soccer Coach

Maryville University Director of Athletics Marcus Manning announced David Korn as the head coach for the Saints men’s soccer team.

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Maryville University Announces Tuition Freeze for 2016-2107

Maryville University Announces Tuition Freeze

Maryville University has announced a tuition freeze for undergraduate programs in the 2016-2017 academic year, plus the consolidation of student fees into a new single fee program. Record enrollment growth and the financial strength of Maryville have positioned the University to create this savings opportunity for students and their families.

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Nina Caldwell, Vice President for Student Life, Maryville University

Caldwell Honored for Outstanding Mentorship of Women

Nina Caldwell, EdD, vice president for Student Life at Maryville University, has been recognized for outstanding commitment to the advancement of women in higher education and to student affairs.

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Maryville University CREST-M Robotics Program

Maryville Awarded Monsanto Fund Grant to Increase STEM Diversity

With a $120,000 grant from the Monsanto Fund, Maryville University aims to increase diversity in STEM fields by engaging young females, minority students, and students from low-income areas utilizing robotics curriculum.

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Fick Recognized for Longtime Contributions in Physical Therapy

Ann Fick, PT, CCS, associate professor of physical therapy and director of clinical education, is recognized by the Eastern District of the Missouri Physical Therapy Association.

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Sangoseni to Participate in Gerontology Scholar Program

Olaide Sangoseni, PhD, assistant professor of physical therapy, has been invited to participate in the 2016 Geriatric Leadership Scholar Program, presented by The Gateway Geriatric Education Center in St. Louis.

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1000 Saints Night to Benefit Kids Rock Cancer

1,000 Saints Night to Benefit Kids Rock Cancer

The third annual Saints Basketball “1000 Saints Night” will be held Thursday, Feb. 25. The event will benefit Kids Rock Cancer.

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