Lindenwood University senior Joe Bruno describes himself as persistent. Recently, that persistence paid off when, after a years-long process, he achieved something few others will ever experience—a U.S. patent.
The Lindenwood University School of Education will be celebrating its centennial on Nov. 7-8 with a series of events and the theme “Honoring Our Legacy, Building Our Future.”
Lindenwood University’s Giving Week campaign, which was held Oct. 8-12, concluded Friday having raised nearly $27,000. This was the first year for the campaign, and more than 220 donors contributed.
Alumna Miriah Ludtke, who graduated from Lindenwood University in May 2015 with a degree in journalism, was recently crowed Miss Missouri USA at the pageant in Booneville. She will compete for the title of Miss USA in Las Vegas in May.
The 2018 Lindenwood University Homecoming and Reunion celebration is Oct. 17-20, and we honor the classes of 1968, 1993, and 2008. This year’s theme is “One Roar.”
Lindenwood will celebrate our first Week of Giving on October 8-12, 2018. This week gives us an opportunity for Lindenwood to recognize the wonderful support we receive from faculty, staff, alumni, families, friends, and students.
Five students, along with faculty members, of the Exercise and Performance Nutrition Laboratory (EPNL) will be attending the Central States chapter meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine Oct. 18 and 19 in Kansas City, Mo.
The Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) announced on Thursday that Lindenwood University has been admitted to the Conference as its 16th member institution, following a vote of approval by the GLVC Council of Presidents on Oct. 2. Lindenwood will formally join the GLVC on July 1, 2019.
OnlineMasters.com has ranked the online Master of Public Administration degree at Lindenwood University number-20 in its list of Best MPA Degree Programs. The organization also named the Lindenwood program the “Most Diverse M.P.A. Program.”
KMOV TV aired a story Oct. 2 about a new program called Linden Teach, in which Lindenwood education students serve as substitute teachers in the Orchard Farm School District to address a reported shortage of substitute teachers.
Lindenwood University welcomed 200 students from six area high schools on Sept. 27 for Foreign Language Day.