Lindenwood University student Jack Gietl was recently awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for his study abroad experience in Uruguay.
As businesses across the world embrace the possibilities afforded by artificial intelligence, Lindenwood University has taken the next step to position itself as the next destination for Artificial Intelligence-related programming.
Lindenwood University’s community outreach endeavor, LindenGiving, received the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Charles County for its part in a back-to-school event. The award was presented during the 59th Boys & Girls Club of St. Charles County’s Gala at the Ameristar Casino Resort and Spa on Saturday, February 10.
Lindenwood University’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion announced the 2024 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Awards during a ceremony February 6 in the A-B Leadership Room in Spellmann Center.
David Horvath has big aspirations. He’s determined to achieve his goals, no matter what challenges he faces. His work ethic is steadfast, and he remains humble and grateful for how far he’s come.
On Thursday evening, Lindenwood University announced Mercy as the official medical provider for sports medicine and student health.
Lindenwood University’s Duree Center for Entrepreneurship received a grant from Thrivent Financial to enhance its “Leading Boldly” nonprofit management education programming.
Associate Professor of Exercise Science Dr. Petey Mumford played a significant role in helping graduate student Connor Gaige’s thesis be published in the American College of Sports Medicine Journal, “Exercise, Sport, and Movement.”
Lindenwood University’s Kinesiology Department partnered with the Wentzville School District to provide a professional development day that enabled educators throughout the community to develop innovative ways to incorporate different aspects of physical education into their current curriculums.
Lindenwood University’s College of Education and Human Services is partnering with QASPIR, a global organization helping schools and institutions unlock student potential through Transformative Learning.