Lindenwood University will host its winter commencement ceremonies Friday, December 10 and Saturday, December 11 at the Family Arena in St. Charles.
In the digital age, Esports has boomed. High schools have clubs and competitive teams, and students can join teams at the university level for athletic scholarships. Lindenwood has their own Esports team, and the Exercise Science department is getting in on the action.
Lindenwood University will host its annual Winterfest, Sunday, December 5 from 4:30 – 8 p.m. on the heritage side of campus. Formerly known as Christmas Walk, the event brings together the campus and the community for an evening of holiday merriment.
Lindenwood University’s Department of Public Safety and Security has received accreditation from the National Association of College Safety Administrators. The NASCA accreditation commission evaluates university safety departments and awards recognition on several criteria including excellence in training, personnel practices, the operations of the department, and national compliance standards.
This past weekend, in the spirit of giving, Lindenwood volunteers packed and delivered bags full of Thanksgiving meal essentials to local families in need.
Lindenwood University is pleased to announce a new transfer partnership with Jefferson College. The program, part of Lindenwood’s Bridge Scholarships, offers a path for Jefferson College students interested in pursuing a four-year degree.
“I keep coming back to a line by Captain Kirk in Star Trek V: ‘it was there,’” stated Dr. Nicholas Wintz, Associate Professor of Mathematics at the College of Science, Technology, and Health at Lindenwood University regarding his inspiration for working on dynamic equations on time scales.
Dr. Gabriela Romero-Ghiretti, Department Head of Modern Languages for the College of Arts and Humanities at Lindenwood University, is active in the local Hispanic community and has been working to foster success in community engagement with multiple cultures both here and abroad.
Lindenwood fashion business and design student Daeja Anderson was named the recipient of the 2021 TJ Walker Scholarship Fund. The scholarship is funded by The Black Design Collective and provides financial awards to students looking to pursue a future in fashion design. It covers full tuition, including books, fees, and supplies for one academic year. Anderson applied for the scholarship in April and was selected from a worldwide pool of applicants.
“Frankly, there’s a lot out there [to learn] . . . and my goal is to introduce people to things they otherwise might not have thought about,” explained Dr. Donald Heidenreich, talking about his aims and aspirations for his newest undertaking, a discussion-based podcast titled “Thinking Aloud.”