The St. Louis Business Journal featured a piece on the recently announced dean of the School of Education, Dr. Anthony Scheffler, who will replace Interim Dean Joyce Piveral when he assumed the post on May 1.
Longtime Lindenwood Professor Michael Castro was featured in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article by book reviewer Jane Henderson, looking back over his 50-year career in poetry and in education.
Howard Wall, professor of economics and head of Lindenwood’s Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise, was quoted in a Post-Dispatch article about St. Louis being left off the short list of potential cities for Amazon’s new second headquarters.
Lindenwood University’s online Master of Fine Arts degree in writing ranks among the elite programs of its type in the United States, according to BestColleges.com. According the report, released Friday, Jan. 19, Lindenwood ranked second in the category. Only Harvard University scored higher.
Lindenwood University has named Dr. Anthony Scheffler dean of the School of Education on its St. Charles, Mo., campus. Scheffler, who has worked in higher education for nearly 30 years, was selected after an extensive national search.
Lindenwood University is launching a new public safety app, LindenGuard, that provides a selection of tools to enhance public safety on campus for students, faculty, and staff.
For the fifth straight year, Lindenwood University’s online bachelor’s degree programs have been ranked among the best in the nation for 2018 by the prestigious U.S. News and World Report.
Lindenwood University is serving for the first time as a sponsor of FIRST Robotics and hosted a regional event Saturday, Jan. 6, kicking off the 2018 season.
Students who want to do their laundry on the Lindenwood University campus will no longer have to save their quarters or swipe a credit card in order to clean their clothes.
More than 300 high school students and teachers gathered at Lindenwood University’s J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts for a special event to reveal the 2018 challenge for participants in FIRST Robotics. KTVI was on hand to cover the event.