A star quarterback was about to set a state record. His coach made a “deal” with the opposing coach to guarantee the record was broken. But when the star quarterback found out about his coach’s prearranged “deal,” he respectfully turned down the chance to have his name associated with the record.
Mark Kern, newly elected County Board Chairman in St. Clair County, IL and a member of the Lindenwood University Board of Directors will be the guest speaker for the Lindenwood University’s 178th commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 14. Undergraduate and graduate degrees will be conferred on more than 2,250 students.
Lindenwood University won its second consecutive national shooting title April 20-24 at the 37th annual ACUI Collegiate Clay Target National Championships in San Antonio, Texas.
Maxine Clark, president and CEO of the Build-A-Bear Corporation, will speak at 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 6 on the campus of Lindenwood University.
Becky Norton Dunlop, vice president of external relations at the Heritage Foundation and a former advisor to President Reagan, will present an economic policy lecture from 3-4 p.m. April 20 at Lindenwood University.
If students work on campus at Lindenwood University, the school’s first tuition increase in four years will cost them only $100 per semester.
The 2005 program excellence award recognized Lindenwood’s top-flight preparation of nonprofit leaders for the workplace. Lindenwood was honored for thoroughness in course work, leadership, professional employment, marketing and fundraising, institutional support and relationships with nonprofits.
Lindenwood University is placing a unique guarantee on its graduates’ writing skills.
The Center for Christian Ministry Studies at Lindenwood University is starting a Discipleship Institute to bring CCMS courses into local churches. Classes begin January 24.
Registration for spring semester classes is under way at Lindenwood University.