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Scot-e-News - April 2018

Tartan Tuesday 2018Student says thank you

Thank you for your support of Maryville College on Tartan Tuesday, MC’s annual 24-hour giving challenge! With 611 donors, we exceeded the 600-donor challenge – securing $90,000 in challenge gifts – for a grand total of $201,027 raised in only 24 hours. All gifts benefit the Maryville Fund, which supports MC’s most pressing needs and makes highly personalized, transformational experiences possible for MC students. You made a powerful statement about what the Maryville College community can do when it comes together! There’s still time to make a gift to the Maryville Fund before the College’s fiscal year ends - please visit the MC website or call 865.981.8191 to make your year-end gift by May 15.

Shirley Carr Clowney

Commencement Speaker

Shirley Carr Clowney ’58, a civil rights advocate, community leader, author and historian, will deliver the commencement address on May 20. Dr. Terry Simpson, professor of secondary education and director of teacher education, will speak during baccalaureate. Read the press release for more details.
Denver skyline

Denver Event

Attention, Denver-area alumni and friends! Join Dr. Mary Kay Sullivan, chair of the MC Board of Directors and professor emerita of finance and organizational management, for a gathering at Panera Bread in Arvada on Tues., May 29 at 10:30 a.m. For more details, including RSVP information, please visit the MC website.
Students playing soccer

Summer Camps

With topics ranging from sports to theological studies, Maryville College is holding several safe and educational camp opportunities for youth this summer. Read more about summer camps at MC.
People in healthcare industry

Dual-Degree in Nursing

Through a dual-degree arrangement between Maryville College and Tennessee Wesleyan University, MC students can pursue a bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree in health care and a bachelor of science (B.S.) degree in nursing, starting this fall. Visit the MC website for more information about this exciting partnership.
Student presenting research

Undergraduate Research

Maryville College will hold its third annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Fri., April 20 from 1:30 until 3:30 p.m. During the event, approximately 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.
Academic Awards ceremony

Academic Awards

The annual Academic Awards Ceremony recognizes the outstanding academic achievement of MC students. This year’s ceremony will take place on April 21 at 7 p.m. at the Clayton Center for the Arts.
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