Nearly 200 people braved cold weather and high winds Saturday to get a “sneak peek” of Lindenwood University’s $18 million Spellmann Campus Center, which should open in the fall.
Lindenwood University and UM-St. Louis have formalized a partnership to benefit area school administrators. The partnership allows qualified Lindenwood Specialist in Education Degree program graduates to move efficiently into doctoral studies at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has awarded a $2.2 million contract for the realignment of First Capitol Drive along the front of the Lindenwood University campus.
Kenneth Chilton has joined the management division faculty at Lindenwood University. Chilton, a longtime researcher and administrator for the Center for the Study of American Business at Washington University, will direct a new institute for the Study of Economics and the Environment (ISEE) at Lindenwood.
Lindenwood University currently stands in 8th place in race for the Sears Director’s Cup. Westmont College, of California, is currently in first place.
Registration for Lindenwood University’s spring semester and winter quarter is currently under way.
The National Broadcasting Society (NBS) of Lindenwood University brought home three individual awards from the Regional Convention in Minneapolis, Minn. earlier this fall.
Lindenwood University is pleased to announce the addition of Richard T. Sullivan Jr., CEO of McBride & Son, and Rev. Martin Jacobsen of St. Charles Presbyterian Church, to its board of directors.
The River's Edge Policy Institute at Lindenwood University will host a forum December 10 titled "Critical Issues in Education."
Lindenwood University has established a $1 million matching scholarship program for the Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund. It joins Harvard University, which has pledged $1 million to the Fund’s campaign, and the American Council on Education to support this effort on behalf of higher education.