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Dec 1

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School of Education, Academics, General

Lindenwood University special education major Brittney Huck will receive the Missouri Council for Exceptional Children Dabney Award on March 5 in Columbia, Mo. Huck is the eighth Lindenwood recipient of the award in the past 20 years.

Robert W. Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship, Academics, General

An article in Yahoo Finance indicates Lindenwood University's MBA was ranked by OnlineCollegePlan eighth best in the country for small business. Of the 30 schools ranked, Lindenwood is the only one from Missouri.

DisAbility Awareness Week Events Scheduled
Campus Events, General

Throughout the week of March 23, various events will be held on Lindenwood University’s campus as a part of DisAbility Awareness Week.

Hamilton and Cundiff-Reed Present on Feb. 22
Division of Humanities, Academics, General

Molly Hamilton, writing specialist in the Lindenwood University Writing Center, and Allison Cundiff-Reed, Lindenwood University adjunct instructor of English, both attended conferences on Saturday, Feb. 22, where they gave presentations.

Hayden Spotlighted as First Female Strength and Conditioning Coach in MLB
Lindenwood in the News, Alumni & Donors, General

Andrea Hayden, who has a master's degree in human performance from Lindenwood and also worked full-time in the Athletic Performance Department, was recently featured in a story on MLB.com as the first female strength and conditioning coach in the history of Major League Baseball. Hayden left Lindenwood for a fellowship with MLB in 2019 and joined the coaching staff with the Minnesota Twins in November.

Dr. Grant Black Presents at Missouri Council for the Social Studies
Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise, General

Grant Black, Ph.D., associate professor of economics and associate director of the economic education center, presented “Election Economics” on Feb. 22 at the 2020 Conference of the Missouri Council for the Social Studies held at the Missouri History Museum.

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