Lindenwood University will offer $5,000 scholarships to three high school seniors with winning projects in the upcoming St. Charles Regional Science Fair. The renewable scholarships will be extended to fair winners who plan to pursue degrees as science teachers.
Terry L. St. Clair, assistant professor of criminal justice, has been honored with the 2006 President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. St. Clair received the award Nov. 30 at the Lindenwood University faculty meeting.
Lindenwood University professor Rebecca Panagos was presented an Emerson Award for Excellence in Teaching in a ceremony on Sunday, November 19, at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Clayton.
Nancy Calvert ('61) on Friday was presented the prestigious Sibley Medallion of Honor for her service and deep commitment to Lindenwood University.
A lively discussion of various sports topics, featuring a group of well-known sports figures and commentators, will come to Lindenwood from 3 to 4 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 13, in the Anheuser-Busch Leadership Center, located in The Spellmann Campus Center.
Tuition for traditional undergraduate students at Lindenwood University will increase 3.3 percent to $12,400 in the fall of 2007.
Lindenwood University's board of directors Friday agreed to spend an estimated $13 million to construct two additional residence halls on the western side of the school's main campus in St. Charles.
Lindenwood University recently launched its third undergraduate degree program in Music—-a Bachelor of Arts in Music Business. The new degree includes coursework in music, business, and communications and prepares the student to enter the competitive world of the music industry.
The Lindenwood University Theatre Department will observe its tradition of presenting “A Christmas Carol” with a production of Charles Dickens’ classic holiday ghost story that opens Nov. 30.
Enrollment in Lindenwood University’s adult education program has taken one of the largest one-year leaps in the program’s history. Fall quarter enrollment was at 2,322 students, which represents a 7 percent increase over the 2,171 students enrolled in fall of 2005. The increase continues a trend of increasing enrollment for the adult programs at the school.