Lindenwood University held its commencement exercises May 16 and 17, awarding a record number of degrees, including the first doctoral degrees in the school’s history.
Lindenwood University and AT&T are pleased to announce that, thanks to a $100,000 commitment by the company, four areas of the new Lindenwood Center for Fine and Performing Arts will bear the AT&T name.
University will award first doctoral degrees in school history. Lindenwood University will hold its commencement exercises May 16 and 17 at the Family Arena in St. Charles; the keynote speaker during undergraduate ceremonies on May 17 will be former U.S. Senator Alan Dixon.
Lindenwood University has begun interviewing candidates for the vacant head coach position of its national champion shooting team.
The summer orientation date for new undergraduate and graduate LCIE students has been changed to Saturday, June 28. The orientation event will be held at 8:15 a.m. at the Lindenwood University Cultural Center.
Lindenwood University has hired a new director of alumni affairs. Whitney Fraier started the job on Monday, April 7 and is based in the university’s Development Office.
After just its first year in existence, Lindenwood University’s college newspaper, the Legacy, has won 15 awards from the Missouri College Media Association. The awards were presented in Joplin April 12 during the annual MCMA meeting.
The fashion design students of Lindenwood University will present their 11th Annual Fashion Show, “Style Fusion,” at p.m. Sunday, April 27, 2008, at West County Center in the North Court.
The 250-seat “black box” theatre in the new Lindenwood Center for Fine and Performing Arts will be named the Emerson Black Box Theatre, thanks to a generous donation by the Emerson Electric Co.
Lindenwood University Professor Sue Tretter has been named a Fulbright scholar in the “Distinguished Lecturer” category and will, as a result, teach American studies at the University of Leipzig in Germany from January through May of 2009.