Collaboration is Key

Students from the Myrtle E. and Earl E. Walker College of Health Professions worked together and learned more about each other’s disciplines during the annual Health Professions Interprofessional Education (IPE) Day.

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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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In Conversation: Maryville’s Walker College of Health Professions Dean

Michelle Jenkins-Unterberg, PT, DHS, ’89 discusses health care, diversity and how Maryville has transformed since she was a student.

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Little Horses, Big Rewards

Physical therapy major Emily Hoffman and her sister created Applejack Therapy Foundation to bring joy and healing to people of all ages.

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Stronger Together

Victor Kizer, director of the exercise science program and assistant professor, has pursued his passion for exercise from the sands of Iraq to the campus of Maryville University.

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Gulas to Retire as Dean of Walker College of Health Professions

Charles J. Gulas, PhD, dean of the Myrtle E. and Earl E. Walker College of Health Professions, will retire effective at the end of the academic year. In his service to Maryville, Gulas led steady growth in enrollment, programs and facilities.

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Maryville University names 'The Robert E. Schoor and Joan Luttig Schoor Undergraduate Nursing Program'

Maryville University Announces Naming of The Robert E. Schoor and Joan Luttig Schoor Undergraduate Nursing Program

In honor of their generous scholarship support, Maryville has named The Robert E. Schoor and Joan Luttig Schoor Undergraduate Nursing Program.

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Laura Beer, PhD, MT-BC, is named director of Maryville University's music therapy program.

New Director Named for Music Therapy Program

Maryville University has announced Laura Beer, PhD, MT-BC, will serve as director of the music therapy program, effective June 1.

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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

Thomas Wolff

Maryville Grad Puts Veterans First

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

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