Dr. Jo Kwong, Director of Institute Relations at the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, will present “Globalization’s Effects on the Environment - Boon Or Bane?” on Monday, March 29 as part of the Lindenwood University s Economic Policy Series.
Lindenwood University's music department will host the Sixth Annual Invitational High School Honor Jazz Band concert, Mar. 13, at the Lindenwood University Cultural Center.
When more than 2,000 proud Lindenwood University students graduate next spring, many of them will never have seen a tuition increase.
A $5 million renovation of Harlen C. Hunter Athletic Stadium will get underway soon on the Lindenwood campus. Construction will take place later this spring, with completion in the fall. The project is expected to employ dozens of construction workers throughout the summer.
American Humanics received a national community service award at the American Humanics Management Institute Jan. 2-5, in Kansas City, Mo.
Lindenwood University’s dancers finished in fourth in the nation this year at the Universal Dance Association Collegiate Dance competition in Orlando, FL.
Joseph Alsobrook, who has guided marching bands to performances at the Fiesta Bowl National Pageant of Bands, the Citrus Bowl Music Festival and the Tournament of Roses Parade, has been hired as the Director of Instrumental Music Development at Lindenwood University.
Patrick Ross, who guided Ottawa (Kan.) University to the NAIA national playoffs in 2003, is the new head football coach at Lindenwood University.
The U.S. Department of the Interior has approved a $200,000 Save America’s Treasures matching grant to repair the roof and foundation masonry at the Daniel Boone Home in Defiance, Mo.
The Lindenwood University Theatre program will hold its annual production of A Christmas Carol, Dec. 4-7, in Jelkyl Theatre.