The Lindenwood University Jazz Band and Combo will present a Tribute Concert for the Kansas City King of Swing, William "Count" Basie at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov., 9 in the Cultural Center, 400 North Kingshighway.
When it comes to the foreign markets everyone is focused on China, according to Assistant Secretary of Commerce William Lash III.
Climate change is not the environment’s biggest problem, according to environmental expert Indur Goklany. In a lecture Sept. 28 at Lindenwood University, Goklany suggested that society should focus on more immediate concerns, such as hunger, poverty, illness, and coastal flooding.
David Schneider, president and chief operating officer of CitiMortgage, will discuss his role in running the largest financial company in the world today in the Spellmann Center.
Dr. Marilyn Abbott, professor of biology and dean of sciences, will receive the Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching in a ceremony Dec. 1 in Columbia, Mo.
Environmental expert Dr. Indur Goklany will present a lecture “Is Climate Change the 21st Century’s Most Urgent Environmental Problem?” Tuesday, Sept. 28 at Lindenwood University.
The Lindenwood College Republicans are bringing a host of their party’s candidates to the university Sept. 21 to speak at the Spellmann Campus Center at 2:30 p.m.
The 8th annual Lindenwood University alumni fall fashion show/luncheon will be at noon Saturday at the Lindenwood University Club, 600 Old Friedens Road. Cost is $20.
Professor Tom Stephens, a longtime educator and former Superintendent of the Wentzville School District, will receive the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award at a ceremony Nov. 21 at the Ritz-Carlton in Clayton.
Lindenwood University is offering 35 courses as part of its Jump Start program, which allows transfer students and those registering late a chance to get a semester of coursework under their belts without having to wait until January.