Lindenwood University has named Orrie Covert vice president for advancement and communications. A veteran fundraiser in higher education, Covert will be based at Lindenwood’s St. Charles campus, starting Jan. 20.
Rachael Heuermann has been named Lindenwood University’s new director of alumni relations. Previously a member of the university’s Student Involvement staff, she moves to the Lindenwood Advancement and Communications staff in her new role.
Lindenwood University’s J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts will be hosting the Heartland Art Club Members Exhibition from Jan. 30 to March 16 in the Boyle Family Gallery.
Lindenwood University’s new Center for Diversity & Inclusion (CDI) will officially open at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 3110 Evans Commons.
Dr. Rachel Ferguson, director of the Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise’s Liberty & Ethics Center at Lindenwood University, will be a visiting scholar at the Eudaimonia Institute at Wake Forest University for the spring semester of 2020.
For the third year in a row, Lindenwood University is serving as a sponsor of FIRST Robotics and hosted a regional event to kick off the 2020 season Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020.
The St. Louis Business Journal recently published its annual list of the largest MBA programs in the St. Louis area, and Lindenwood University’s Plaster School of Business is home to the second largest program with 582 on-ground and online students.
Dr. W. Travis McMaken, associate professor of religion and assistant dean of humanities at Lindenwood University, delivered a public lecture, “‘Freedom Is Not Free’: Karl Barth and American Politics” in Hanover, Germany, on Dec. 10, 2019.
A Lindenwood University teacher education partnership with the Hollister R-V School District in southern Missouri was the subject of a recent article published by the Branson News upon the graduation of 10 district teachers from the program.
Melissa Ridley Elmes, assistant professor of English, has been elected to a three-year term with the Modern Language Association's Delegate Assembly. With over 25,000 members in 100 countries, the association is the largest international organization in the field of modern languages and literatures; the Delegate Assembly is the governing body of this organization.