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Restoration of Alumnae Gate is Underway
General

As promised by a sign at the project site, the historic Alumnae Gate, damaged by a semi-truck in late June, will be fully restored and stronger than ever. Work by Felling Contracting began at the start of July, and owner Dave Felling says he expects it to be completed by Aug. 1.

Barger Named Interim President of Belleville Campus
Belleville Archive

Dr. Brett Barger was introduced Wednesday as interim president of the Lindenwood University Belleville campus, effective Aug. 1. The appointment was made by Dr. Michael Shonrock, president of the Lindenwood University system.

LCIE Program Renamed School of Accelerated Degree Programs
Belleville Archive

Effective July 1, 2015, Lindenwood University’s College for Individualized Education (LCIE) will be known as the Lindenwood University School of Accelerated Degree Programs. The name change corresponds with the 40th anniversary of the program’s launch.

Historic Gate Suffers Serious Damage
General

Lindenwood University’s historic Alumnae Gate, a landmark on the campus, was seriously damaged Wednesday afternoon when it was struck by a tractor-trailer.

Belleville Archive

Dr. Roy Lantry, assistant professor of health management, visited health administrators in Cuba April 18-26 as part of a travel-abroad program through the American Public Health Association. One of 20 participants selected out of the association’s international membership, Lantry spent time with Cuba’s public health professionals, health policymakers, primary and secondary school students, and grassroots neighborhood organizations to learn more about why Cuba has one of the best medical infrastructures in the world.

General, Student Life

Lindenwood University’s 2015-16 Speaker Series will feature six thought-provoking discussions by noted experts on viral disease, race, botany, feminism, Mideast politics, and zoology, the last of which, Jeff Corwin, will include some exotic animals as well.

Groundbreaking Held for $21 Million LU Library Building
General

On Thursday, May 21, Lindenwood University held a groundbreaking ceremony for its planned $21 million Library and Academic Resources Center. The three-story 100,000-square-foot facility will combine traditional library functions with a host of other student services and is scheduled to open in late 2016.

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