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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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Keeping the Music Alive

When music students weren’t able to work with a live accompanist for classes and performances during the pandemic, Maryville found a creative solution through a new app.

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Maryville University Receives Third Apple Distinguished School Recognition

Maryville University has been named an Apple Distinguished School for 2021–2024. This marks an unprecedented third recognition as a center of innovative leadership and educational excellence.

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Maryville University Saints ID

Maryville University Offers Mobile ID on iPhone, Apple Watch, or Android Phones

Maryville University has launched a digital identification system called Saints ID. Students, faculty, and staff can now add their Saints ID cards to Apple Wallet… Read More

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Dr. Lombardi Appears on Wakeup With Cheddar TV to Discuss Virtual Learning

Our own Dr. Lombardi joined Wakeup With Cheddar TV to discuss the future of higher education - virtual learning. One quote to note from this… Read More

Female Tech Students Soar

Three students are breaking down barriers by being the first women of color to complete Maryville’s app development minor.

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Maryville Begins Issuing Student-Owned Digital Diplomas

Maryville has become one of the first universities in the country to issue student-owned digital credentials as part of a blockchain initiative.

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Maryville Students Learn From Blues Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Eric Renaghan, an adjunct professor of exercise science at Maryville, incorporates the lessons and experiences he has learned as the head of sports performance for the St. Louis Blues into the classroom.

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Design Thinking is the Story

Assistant professor of interior design Mike Keller is teaching students to sketch a design and revise it in real time. The technique is breeding confidence and skills they will take into the professional world.

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How to Throw a Strike in the World of Physics

Maryville is changing the way students learn physics thanks to new wireless sensors, which allow students to design and conduct their own experiments outside of the classroom.

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