The Show Must Go On
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The Show Must Go On

Following his cancer diagnosis, St. Louis rallied around radio personality Jeff Burton, raising thousands of dollars in his honor for Kids Rock Cancer, Maryville’s innovative music therapy program.

Enhanced Focus on Mental Health
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Enhanced Focus on Mental Health

Learning how to spot mental health challenges that students may be facing in the post-pandemic era is the focus of a new initiative for Maryville faculty and staff.

Celebrations Begin for Maryville’s 150th
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Celebrations Begin for Maryville’s 150th

Homecoming 2021 was the official kickoff of our yearlong celebration of Maryville’s 150th anniversary, including the release of a special coffee-table book chronicling Maryville’s storied history.

The Hidden Homeless
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The Hidden Homeless

Maryville University is helping transform the lives of homeless families in St. Louis by providing crucial occupational therapy services. The services come amid a growing housing insecurity crisis exacerbated by the pandemic.

Professors Collaborate to Create New Documentary
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Professors Collaborate to Create New Documentary

A new documentary created by three Maryville professors is highlighting dental health disparities for children in rural Missouri — and what can be done to provide access to care for this vulnerable population.

Maryville Receives Third Apple Distinguished School Recognition
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Maryville 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.

Building a Better Tomorrow
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Building a Better Tomorrow

Maryville recently introduced a social justice certification program for students. Maricella Reyes, program coordinator for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, shares about Maryville’s commitment to social justice and why the University creates global citizens of the world.

The Road to Tokyo
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The Road to Tokyo

Katie Moses Swope, ’97, traveled to Tokyo for the 2020 Olympic Games to serve as the communications lead for USA BMX and the first-ever U.S. Olympic Skateboarding Team. Clients of MoSwo PR brought home six Olympic and Paralympic medals from Tokyo.

Music From the Heart
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Music From the Heart

From singing as a child to pursuing graduate studies in music therapy at Maryville, Alayna Epps’ story of how she wants to heal others through music is inspiring.

Building Blocks for Success
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Building Blocks for Success

The popular video game Minecraft is helping Maryville software development students to approximate in-person learning in a virtual world.

Tech-Centered Certificate Programs
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Tech-Centered Certificate Programs

With huge growth projected across most computer science fields, Maryville’s new tech-focused certificates are a quick and convenient way for students to build the skills and knowledge these future-forward industries require.