Ray Scupin, a professor in the Science Division at Lindenwood University, has received the school’s Scholar of the Year Award for 2007. The award, which recognizes the highest level of professional scholarship on the Lindenwood faculty, was presented by President James D. Evans at the school’s faculty meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10.
Lindenwood University is opening its doors to top students who have been squeezed out of Missouri’s Bright Flight grant program.
Lindenwood University’s history department, political science department and cable television station (LU TV26) are seeking high schools to participate in the inaugural Lindenwood Invitational High School History Bowl, a high school history quiz show to air on the station in November.
Kacky Garner, director of marketing and business manager for Lindenwood University’s Boone and Weldon Spring campuses, has been named to the Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. Garner was appointed to the post by Governor Matt Blunt on Sept. 28.
The Lindenwood University Department of Theatre will continue its 2007-2008 Mainstage Season with the musical revue, “Blame it on the Movies!”, which opens Thursday, Oct. 18. The revue includes music and lyrics by Billy Barnes and music sequences compiled and conceived by David Galligan and Ron Abel.
Dr. Robert L. Bradley, Jr., president of the non-profit Institute for Energy Research, will speak at Lindenwood University at 3 p.m. on Thursday, October 4, in the Leadership Room (4th floor) in the Spellmann Center on the Lindenwood campus.
Dr. Edward L. Morris, dean of the Division of Management at Lindenwood University, will talk about and sign copies of his new book, “The Lindenwood Model: An Antidote for What Ails Undergraduate Education,” from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29, at Main Street Books, at 307 S. Main St. in St. Charles.
The Lindenwood University Department of Theatre will open its 2007-2008 Mainstage Season with “Blithe Spirit,” the smash comedy hit of the London and Broadway stages, by Noel Coward.
Lindenwood University and St. Charles Community College have agreed to a partnership in which Lindenwood will operate an academic advising office on the community college campus in Cottleville.
Lindenwood University has unveiled its 2007-2008 Mainstage Theatre season. This will be the last Mainstage season before the opening of Lindenwood’s new Center for Fine and Performing Arts in 2008. Included are a Noel Coward comedy, a classic musical, an homage to the movies, a poignant and funny Beth Henley drama, and the perennial favorite “A Christmas Carol.”