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Elizabeth Kiblinger, First-team Academic All American

Kiblinger Named First Team Academic All-American

Maryville University’s Elizabeth Kiblinger, ’15, ’16, has been voted a CoSIDA first team Academic All-American in Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country.

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Dan Clerke Interviewed on KMOX Radio

Dan Clerke, manager of Maryville’s Esports team, joined Mark Reardon on KMOX Radio for an interview.

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Summer in the University Library

This summer, the University Library remains open and available to the campus community and alumni, providing all the same services—many of which may not be widely known.

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Rev. Starsky Wilson

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Features Ferguson Commissioner

Maryville University’s Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration will be held at noon, on Jan. 28, in the University Auditorium. The program will feature guest speaker Rev. Starsky D. Wilson, co-chair of the Ferguson Commission.

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Degree of Impact

As superintendents, principals and teachers, Maryville alumni provide impactful, award-winning leadership in schools throughout St. Louis city and county, across Missouri, and around the country.

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Levin to Give Poetry Reading

Maryville’s first ever Distinguished Writer-in-Residence, Poet Dana Levin, will read from her works at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 22, in Buder Commons.

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The Nature of Adam Long’s Art

Adam Long, ’93, adjunct instructor of foundational drawing in the Art & Design program, creates award-winning art that continues a series he began as an undergraduate student at Maryville.

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Jim Eberlin

Eberlin Presented With Governor’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award

In 2015, then-Missouri Governor Jay Nixon awarded Jim Eberlin the Governor’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award, in recognition of his success in founding not one,… Read More

College of Health Professions Named for Myrtle E. and Earl E. Walker

A ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony held recently marks the official opening of Myrtle E. and Earl E. Walker Hall. As announced during the ceremony, Maryville’s College of Health Professions has been renamed the Myrtle E. and Earl E. Walker College of Health Professions, in honor of the transformational impact of their contributions.

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New Grads Awarded Career Services Scholarships

Recent graduates Kevin Ellis ’15 and Eric Keling ’15, recently received $500 scholarships from Gateway Career Services Association.

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