A new type of physical education course has been added to the curriculum--Wilderness Survival. This new class was offered for the first time during this spring's Late Start classes. Campus officials had an idea the course would be popular, but were pleasantly surprised when 77 students enrolled.
A crowd nearly 1,000 strong helped dedicate Lindenwood's Lou Brock Sports Complex Tuesday afternoon.
Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO is hosting the second National Summit for Community Wireless Networks March 31-April 2.
Looking for a full-time or part-time job? Need an internship? Just want to see what’s out there? Mark your calendar! On Wednesday, April 5, 2006 from 11 am – 3 pm, the Office of Career Development will host a fair for students to network with prospective employers. This fair will take place in the lower level of the Spellmann Center.
Lindenwood University's team of American Humanics students, faculty and staff recently received the Excellence in Student Recruitment Award at the American Humanics Management Institute in San Diego, CA.
Lindenwood University President Dennis Spellmann on Wednesday received the prestigious Community Impact Award at the St. Charles County Economic Development Council annual Report to the Region.
Michael A. Eschbach has been hired as director of development at Lindenwood University in St. Charles.
The international division of the Boy Scouts of America has selected Lindenwood student Paul Lee to attend the International Youth Forum in Japan March 1-13.
Marcus Bugler, who spent more than 30 years in various dance roles with the Metropolitan Opera in New York, was a guest J-term artist teaching a seminar course in ballet and ballroom dancing.
St. Charles County Government’s cable access programming will officially move from cable channel 10 to channel 26 beginning January 26, 2006. The county entered an agreement with Lindenwood University and Charter Communications to cablecast St. Charles County Council meetings, Focus St. Charles County public information program, and other government-produced programming on the university’s channel LUTV 26. The move marks the first expansion of county programming since viewers began watching St. Charles County Council meetings on cable in 1995.