From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Lindenwood University is forming something of an Eagle Scout nest with scholarships aimed at service-oriented students.
The Boeing Employees Community has given a $25,000 grant to Lindenwood University's Single Parent Program.
More than 2,900 students graduated May 19-20 during commencement ceremonies at Lindenwood University's Robert F. Hyland Performance Arena.
How many Eagle Scouts does it take to change the world? If you said “one,” you would not only be right, you would understand the importance of the Scouting Movement to our communities and nation. But what about the impact of twenty one Eagle Scouts?
The 9th annual Lindenwood University Fashion Show, Fashion Freeway, will be at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 30 at Westfield Shoppingtown West County.
More than 2,900 degree will be conferred at Lindenwood University's commencement ceremonies in 2006. Graduate students will receive their diplomas during the graduate student commencement and baccalaureate service on May 19. Undergraduates will receive their degrees at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 20. Both ceremonies will be held in the Hyland Performance Arena on the Lindenwood campus.
Students and faculty will celebrate Lindenwood’s annual Honors Convocation at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 30. The time-honored ceremony will be held in the Lindenwood University Cultural Center. Hundreds of students will be recognized for their academic accomplishments and successes, their community service and their athletic endeavors. In addition, several student scholarships will be awarded. Provost James Evans will preside over the ceremony.
Roy Spencer, principal research scientist at the Earth System Science Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, will present a lecture on global warming April 19 at Lindenwood University.
Lindenwood University's Department of Theatre proudly presents, 'Bus Stop,' a romantic comedy, April 20-22 and April 27-29 in Jelkyl Theatre.
A new type of physical education course has been added to the curriculum--Wilderness Survival. This new class was offered for the first time during this spring's Late Start classes. Campus officials had an idea the course would be popular, but were pleasantly surprised when 77 students enrolled.