In January 2017, Patrick Harty (then a student in Lindenwood’s Health Sciences graduate program) began planning a study that would examine the effects of caffeine on muscle performance in the lower body. An article on the study, which was conducted in Lindenwood’s Exercise and Performance Nutrition Laboratory (EPNL), has recently been published in Frontiers in Nutrition and is one of many articles produced by Harty during his time with the EPNL.
Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Sara Bagley was awarded Lindenwood's 2020 President's Scholar-Teacher Award in May.
Lindenwood University’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) will celebrate its first-year anniversary in January. The Center is located in Evans Commons 3110, and its main goal is to promote equity, diversity, and inclusivity in the university community.
Lindenwood University’s School of Health Sciences incorporates community wellbeing into teaching and learning, developing health professionals who will graduate with an awareness of their ability to impact positive change.
Lindenwood alumna Erin Wolfman May has been chosen to receive the 2021 JProStl Peer Award for Dedication, presented by JProStl in recognition for her work in the Jewish community. Erin earned a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s in nonprofit administration from Lindenwood University.
Lindenwood senior Angelina Chartrand will be published in an upcoming issue of the Oakland Arts Review, an international literary journal dedicated to publishing the work of undergraduate students.
The holidays are a time for gratitude, generosity, and goodwill, but for some, they can also be a time of hardship. As we enter this season of giving, Lindenwood continues to demonstrate its commitment to students’ welfare by keeping the university’s Little Free Pantry plentifully stocked for those who may face financial struggles over winter break.
Lindenwood has always endeavored to provide students with resources and opportunities for success, and even though this year has been full of obstacles, Lindenwood has more than risen to the challenge.
Lindenwood’s Senior Professor of Art and Design John Troy will be featured in his fourth exhibition this year. He will have two paintings, titled “2137” and “Hartley,” featured in the Manifest Gallery’s HOMAGE exhibition in Cincinnati. The exhibit received 273 submissions from 87 artists before narrowing it down to 14 pieces by nine artists; only three of the artists, including Professor Troy, had more than one piece accepted.
This November, a team of four students in Lindenwood’s Advertising Campaign Management class learned that they had placed 6th in the Digital Marketing Competition, an international contest for university students.