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MC Expands Curricular OfferingsStudents in classroom

Maryville College has added several new offerings to its curriculum, including a new major in outdoor studies and tourism, a minor in gender and women’s studies, a minor in environmental science, and a course about youth ministry. Read the press release.

Undergraduate Research Presentation

Undergraduate Research

The College will hold its second Undergraduate Research Symposium on Fri., April 21. From 2 until 4 p.m., more than 30 students from all eight academic divisions will present posters, original research and creative projects in various locations inside the Clayton Center for the Arts. Mark your calendars now, watch the website for details and plan to attend!
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Tartan Tuesday

MC’s second annual Tartan Tuesday is scheduled for April 4, between midnight and 11:59 p.m. (EDT). For 24 hours, MC alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents and friends will come together to give back and invest in the success of the Maryville Fund, the College’s highest annual giving priority. We’re challenging 500 donors to make a gift to MC before midnight on April 4. Meeting this challenge will help us secure challenge gifts from an anonymous group of donors. For more information, please visit the Tartan Tuesday website or call 865.981.8191.
Brian Reid mural

Alumnus Creates Mural

As part of his Senior Study, Brian Reid '16 painted a mural, which was installed in Fayerweather Hall on March 6. The mural took more than a year to complete and features notable scenes from campus. Prints are available for purchase! Read more on the MC website.
Tartan Day demonstration

Tartan Day

Partnering with the Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival and Games Board, Maryville College will celebrate National Tartan Day on Sun., April 2. From 2 until 4 p.m., the public is invited to join the MC community in learning more about the Scots-Irish who settled the U.S. and celebrating this culture with Celtic music, dancing, clan and tartan displays and highland games demonstrations. There is no cost to attend. Watch the MC website for more details!
Katherine Paterson

Katherine Paterson to Visit MC

Join Maryville Adventures in Studying Theology (MAST) and the Center for Campus Ministry in welcoming internationally acclaimed author Katherine Paterson to East Tennessee in April! She will be on campus April 23-25, and the public is invited to hear her speak as part of February Meetings and the inaugural MAST lecture. For more information about the event, Terabithia and Beyond, please visit our event website or check out our flyer!
Students in Nepal

Nepal Research Published

Research conducted by Maryville College students visiting Nepal last summer was recently published in an international peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the economic issues in developing countries. Read the press release.
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