Global food policy analyst Dennis T. Avery will speak at Lindenwood University at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 14, in the Anheuser-Busch Leadership Center on the 4th floor of the Spellmann Center. His Economic Policy Lecture is provocatively titled, “How High-Yield Farming Saves Nature.”
This eulogy was delivered Friday, Sept. 8 at the memorial service of President Dennis C. Spellmann. The eulogy was delivered by Jim J. Shoemake, chairman of the Lindenwood Board of Directors.
The Lindenwood University Department of Theatre will open its 2006-2007 Mainstage Season on Thursday, Sept. 28, in Jelkyl Theatre with “American Rosies: Women at Work in WWII,” written and directed by MFA candidate L. Patton Chiles, former artistic director of Historyonics Theatre Company.
The Daniel Boone Home in Defiance, Mo., will hold its annual Pioneer Days “living history” event from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, and Sunday, Oct. 1, offering historical reenactments, music, food, vendors, and a variety of other attractions on the site of the historic Daniel Boone Home. Admission to the event is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors (55 and older), and $6 for children (age 4-11).
Students who thought they had missed out on the fall semester at Lindenwood University can still take part thanks to a large selection of late start classes that begin the weeks of Sept. 25, Oct. 2, Oct. 9 or Oct. 23.
Hundreds of students, faculty, staff, family, friends and community leaders remembered Dennis Spellmann Friday during a memorial service at Lindenwood's Performance Arena.
James D. Evans, Ph.D., has been named the acting president of Lindenwood University following the death of Dennis C. Spellmann, who had headed the University since 1989. The announcement was made today by Jim Shoemake, Chairman of the Lindenwood University Board of Directors.
Lindenwood University will kick off its 2006 and 2007 theatre season with American Rosies Sept. 28 on the main stage in Jelkyl Theatre.
Lindenwood University's resident student enrollment will climb to an all-time high of 3,475 on Monday when LU begins its 180th year.
Changes at Lindenwood have been evident all across the sprawling 500-acre campus. Chief among those changes is a series of six new residence halls where a mobile home park once stood. On August 18, the last of those six halls was dedicated.