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Lindenwood’s Castro Named to AAF’s 2023 Most Promising Multicultural Students
General, Academics, College of Arts and Humanities

Isabella Castro received an honor of a lifetime. On January 10 , the Lindenwood University senior marketing major was one of 50 students across the nation to be named to the 2023 Most Promising Multicultural Students at the American Advertising Federation’s conference in Washington, D.C.

Lindenwood Recognized as an Affordable College of Distinction
General, Lindenwood in the News

Lindenwood University has received a new accolade in recognition of its affordable programming in relation to its peers. The award comes from Colleges of Distinction, a resource whose cohort of schools is selected based on the quality and breadth of hands-on experiences in lieu of the popular rankings model.

Cyber Seniors Program Engages Community
General, College of Science, Technology, and Health, Campus Events

The College of Science, Technology, and Health under the LindenWELL - WISE subdivision is currently in the midst of offering a Cyber Seniors Program.

Science Students Leave International Impacts
General, College of Science, Technology, and Health

Associate Professor of Earth Sciences Dr. Ana Londono had an idea in 2021 – one that felt almost too far-fetched to be possible.

Local High School Art Displayed in Boyle Family Gallery
General, J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts

The annual Young Artists and Their Teachers Exhibition was held for three weeks in late November and early December in the Boyle Family Gallery in the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts.

Educator Prep Programs Recognized for National Excellence
General, Academics, College of Education and Human Services

The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) announced that Lindenwood University is one of 55 providers from 28 states and the United Arab Emirates to receive accreditation for their educator preparation programs.