Lindenwood University-Belleville will host a continuing education opportunity for professional counselors on Friday, July 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lindenwood University-Belleville will host a Summer Overnight Visit, open to high school juniors and seniors at no cost to attendees. The event will be held Friday, July 22, to Saturday, July 23. Check-in is at 5 p.m. with check-out at noon the following day.
Sixteen eager elementary school students recently visited Lindenwood University-Belleville in order to explore the exciting and inspiring world of medicine.
Two poems by Mary Anderson, an assistant professor at Lindenwood University–Belleville, will appear this summer in The American Journal of Poetry.
This summer, Lindenwood University-Belleville is hosting a variety of summer camps for youth in the community. The Lindenwood Belleville Lynx Summer Camps include soccer, football, basketball, and dance/cheerleading. Information for the camps and registration forms can be found at http://lindenwoodlynx.com.
Kaitlyn Dixon, Coquille, Ore., is the first Lindenwood University-Belleville student to accept an offer from the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Illinois for a fall semester internship with the organization. She studies criminal justice with an emphasis in legal studies.
Lindenwood University-Belleville is among three universities in southern Illinois that will participate in the "Get to Know M.E." campaign’s scholarship program. Two students in each of the schools will $2,000 scholarships.
Lindenwood University has partnered with the Gallup organization on a three-year project to survey alumni and study graduate experiences and long-term outcomes as they pursue great jobs and great lives. The first web survey shows Lindenwood graduates are more likely than other college graduates to be working full-time for an employer and engaged on the job.
Lindenwood University-Belleville’s head basketball coach Scott Spinner announces the inaugural season of summer basketball camps to be held on the Belleville campus, 2600 W. Main St.
Students in Derek Dadian-Smith’s Game Theory and Design class recently stepped out of the classroom to explore career options at area game development studios in order to give them a glimpse of life after college.