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MC student Bethany Plaag to perform unique senior recital

Maryville College music major Bethany Plaag will present her senior recital on Thurs., April 16 at 7 p.m. ... Read More.


NOSW receives grant from Presbyterian Women

The New Opportunity School for Women (NOSW) at Maryville College has received a grant from the Presbyterian Women in the Presbyterian Church (USA).... Read More.


Transfer Day at MC set for April 8

Students who are looking to transfer from two- or four-year colleges and universities are invited to learn more about Maryville College at Transfer Day on April 8.... Read More.


MC's ASL-Interpreting program utilizing textbook by alum

Career success in sign language interpreting combined with a passion for academic work resulted in an opportunity for Robyn Dean '90 to give back to a next generation of interpreters.... Read More.


MC professor produces grief booklets; advises mortuary

Dr. Jason Troyer, an assistant professor of psychology at Maryville College who has taught several courses on death and dying, has been training employees at Smith Life and Legacy in Maryville.... Read More.


Civil War expert and author Stephen Ash to visit MC April 14

Civil War expert and author Dr. Stephen Ash will present “A Massacre in Memphis: The Race Riot That Shook the Nation One Year After the Civil War” on Tues., April 14.... Read More.


MC observes Easter with annual sunrise service

Maryville College’s annual Easter Sunrise Service will be held on Sun., April 5 at 6:45 a.m. on Lloyd Beach.... Read More.


Sullivan is March artist-in-residence; public talk scheduled for March 9

Mary Louise Sullivan ’06, a bookbinder, printmaker, artist and Maryville College alumna from Nashville, Tenn., is the March artist-in-residence at Maryville College.... Read More.


Student designs logo for Historic College Hill Neighborhood Association

Every semester, students in Adrienne Schwarte’s Design II class create a logo for an organization or group as part of their work on visual identity.... Read More.


Tuition reduced for 2015 “Great Smokies Experience” at MC

Tuition for Maryville College’s Great Smokies Experience summer program has been reduced, thanks to the generosity of donors.... Read More.


MC’s Gallagher publishes book about the Economy of Communion

Dr. John Gallagher, professor of management at Maryville College, has recently published Structures of Grace: Business Practices of the Economy of Communion (New City Press).... Read More.


First-year students learn to network

Approximately 70 local professionals and business and community leaders attended a networking mixer Jan. 15 for first-year students at Maryville College.... Read More.


President Obama shares MC student's story

During President Barack Obama's speech at Pellissippi State Community College on Friday, Maryville College senior Caitlin McLawhorn was presented as a stellar example of what investments in education and self can mean for the future of the U.S.... Read More.


NOSW at Maryville College still accepting applications for 2015 program

The New Opportunity School for Women (NOSW) at Maryville College is still accepting applications for its second program to be held on the Maryville College campus July 12 through Aug. 1, 2015.... Read More.


Maryville College looks back at 2014

With the year drawing to an end, Maryville College is looking back at a successful year filled with learning, inspiration and exciting developments for the College.... Read More.


Stunning nature images captured in J-Term course

Dr. Drew Crain’s popular January Term course Biology 200: Wildlife Photography yielded more beautiful photos of landscapes and deer, horses, salamanders, frogs, woodpeckers and numerous songbirds in their natural habitats.... Read More.


Wall Street veteran shares career advice with MC students

Wall street veteran and entrepreneur Ben Carpenter shared highlights of the book, "The Bigs," with all Maryville College first-year students during a presentation on Jan. 20.... Read More.

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