The Center for Racial Harmony honored Lindenwood University-Belleville on Oct. 19 with the ELITE Award for making significant contributions to the community.
Lindenwood University held an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony for its new Collinsville extension center on Oct. 13.
There are many reasons people like living in St. Charles. Residents and tourists alike are drawn to the cobblestone of Main Street for dining and shopping experiences unique to the area. While the city has a rich history of being the state’s first capital and launching point for Lewis and Clark’s westward expedition, it forges ahead with new multi-use developments like Streets of St. Charles and University Commons.
Lindenwood University announced today that it has selected executive search firm Witt/Kieffer to lead the Presidential search for the University. The committee reviewed the credentials of several highly qualified recruiting organizations before selecting Witt/Kieffer.
Veterans who enroll at Lindenwood University for 2015 will study at a “military friendly” school, an honor the university has earned for the sixth consecutive year, according to the latest list published this week in G.I. Jobs Magazine. Only 15 percent of colleges, universities, and trade schools nationwide receive it each year.
Jessica Gatewood has been named director of corporate relations at Lindenwood University. Her duties include managing the strategy and growth of the institution’s corporate relations initiatives and fostering positive and synergistic working relationships with the regional business community.
Percussionist, composer, and improviser Ron Coulter is the first presenter in Lindenwood University-Belleville's 2014-2015 Speaker Series Wednesday, Oct. 1. Start time is 6:30 p.m. in the Dixon Student Center band room.
Lindenwood University-Belleville welcomes 11 new full-time professors in the fields of education, exercise science, chemistry, criminal justice, business, history, and communications. Each of these professors possesses the highest degree in his or her field, bringing the percentage of Lindenwood Belleville faculty with terminal degrees to 97.5. The campus employs 40 full-time faculty members and over 100 part-time instructors in 37 different degree programs.
Thirteen high schools and 1,000 band members will converge on Lindenwood University Oct. 18 for the Greater St. Louis Marching Band Championships. This is the second year the event is being held at Harlen C. Hunter Stadium.
Lindenwood University alumnus Daniel Bedell (’12) departed for Armenia Aug. 25 to begin training as a community economic development volunteer for the Peace Corps. Bedell is from St. Peters, Mo., and received a bachelor’s degree in nonprofit administration.