Opening Minds Through Art at Maryville University

Occupational Therapy Program Serves People with Dementia

For people with dementia, a once-busy life can narrow to world of isolation as jobs, friends and hobbies fall away. But a Maryville program encourages… Read More

Putting Veterans First

Thomas Wolff, ’14, works with veterans involved in treatment court and helps them transition to the workforce.

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Maryville nursing professor and neurorehabilitation nurse Linda Schultz

‘Ask a Nurse’ Webcast Helps Inform Class Discussion

Maryville nursing professor Linda Schultz, PhD, CRRN, has never stopped learning from patients—including one who is better known as Superman.

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Students Find Common Ground in Costa Rica

During a service-learning trip to Costa Rica, Maryville OT and PT students shared their skills in the clinic while learning from each other in the process.

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Gutshall Named Director of Walker Scottish Rite Clinic

Jacob Gutshall, MHS, CCC-SLP, has been named director of the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic at Maryville University.

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Maryville and Jefferson College Partner in Healthcare Program

A new partnership has been formed giving Jefferson College graduates of select health occupation programs the opportunity to transfer to Maryville University to complete their baccalaureate degree.

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Dean Gulas Receives Patriot Award

Charles Gulas, PhD, dean of the Walker College of Health Professions at Maryville University, has received the Patriot Award, presented by Employer Support for Guard and Reserve (ESGR).

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Brenda Battle, Maryville University Alumna

Urban Health Advocate: Brenda Battle, ’81, ’96

Brenda Battle, ’81, ’96, has a long career in healthcare. She is currently focused on the needs of urban populations.

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Maryville University Music Therapy program

Music Therapy Master’s Program Ranked ‘Top 25’ Nationally

Maryville’s Music Therapy program has been ranked among the Top 25 Master’s Degrees in Music Therapy nationally by The Master’s in Special Education Program Guide.

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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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