Lindenwood University has been recognized by Interactive Health, which manages its wellness incentive program, as the healthiest employer among organizations similar to its size and demographic make-up and as one of the healthiest employers among the company’s clients nationwide.
The work and career of the late Paul Samuelson, long-time MIT professor of economics is reviewed in a recent volume of 22 papers co-edited by Hammond Institute Senior Research fellow Richard G. Anderson (Ph.D, MIT, 1980); William A. Barnett, Oswald Distinguished Professor of Macroeconomics at the University of Kansas (B.S., MIT, 1963); and Robert A. Cord in London, formerly of Canterbury University (UK), published by Palgrave Macmillan.
Traditionally, Lindenwood University holds its Honors Convocation toward the end of April to announce and celebrate the winners of its awards for academics and student involvement, as well as members of Lindenwood’s various honor societies. This year, the Covid-19 pandemic prohibits the in-person event, but Lindenwood is pleased to announce this year’s award winners.
Traditionally, Lindenwood University holds its Honors Convocation toward the end of April to announce and celebrate the winners of its awards for academics. Although the Covid-19 pandemic prohibits the in-person event, Lindenwood is pleased to announce this year’s award winners at Lindenwood University-Belleville.
Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo., has named veteran lawyer Mark Falkowski as its general counsel. He will begin work at the university on May 4, 2020.
Lindenwood University graduate Kaitlyn Centini (BA, ’19 – religion, history, art history) and Dr. W. Travis McMaken, associate professor of religion, have published a book review in the April issue of the journal Interpretation. This peer-reviewed journal provides resources to pastors, theologians, and other scholars of Christianity and is published quarterly out of Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Virginia. Centini credits her Humanities degree for a “wonderful head-start” on graduate school. Real experience. Real success.
Anna Reynolds, a senior double major in history and political science at Lindenwood University, recently had a paper selected for the SIUE Symposium on Women and Gender, which was to be held March 21 but was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lindenwood University’s online Master of Public Administration was recently ranked seventh in the country by Intelligent.com, which included the supplemental and designation of “Best in the South.”
Dr. Melissa Ridley Elmes, assistant professor of English at Lindenwood University, published her first poetry collection, Arthurian Things: A Collection of Poems, in January 2020. This book was the winning manuscript in the World of Myth open contract challenge.
While Lindenwood University’s April 18 on-campus Mane Event for admitted students was cancelled because of ongoing stay-at-home orders from the COVID-19 pandemic, the university has assembled a web-based experience so that admitted students can experience the campus and university while away.