KMOV TV did a story on Sept. 21 about a new scholarship Lindenwood University created in memory of 2-year-old Felicity Karam, daughter of alumna and former employee Lucia Karam. Felicity Karam died in an accident on Sept. 16.
Dr. Tawni Hunt Ferrarini, from Lindenwood University’s Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship, will present an economics webinar titled Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology on Wednesday, Oct 10, from 6 to 7 p.m.
Lindenwood University believes that Lions should support Lions, and one of our own has suffered a tremendous loss.
Money Magazine and Realtor.com have ranked St. Charles, Mo., the home of Lindenwood University, number-32 in its “Best Places to Live in America.” The list was recently reported in TIME.com as well. Located in the heart of the city, Lindenwood has been a vital and constant part of the St. Charles community since its founding in 1827.
Lindenwood University economics professor Rik Hafer, from the Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a Sept. 18 Post-Dispatch business column by David Nicklaus about a proposed tax on employers whose workers require federal assistance for food, housing, or insurance.
Lindenwood Alumnus Chris Stanfield (’11) was recently featured in a St. Louis Riverfront Times article for his podcast, Killer Jobs, which examines the day jobs of infamous serial killers. Stanfield, whose own day job is neurophysiologist, has a Master of Arts from Lindenwood and lives in St. Charles, Mo.
Family Day weekend at Lindenwood was packed full of events and activities for students and their families to enjoy, include a concert by country star Scotty McCreery, sports events like the football game against Central Oklahoma, and a full day of games, food, and family activities.
Lindenwood University senior Joe Bruno describes himself as persistent. Recently, that persistence paid off when, after a years-long process, he achieved something few others will ever experience—a U.S. patent.
Jennifer Doermer (’11), Lindenwood graduate and music teacher at Mullanphy Elementary in St. Louis’ Shaw neighborhood, was featured in a segment on KSDK-TV’s Today in St. Louis show. Doermer, who admits in the segment to spending her own money on supplies for her classroom, was surprised when the show donated a variety of musical instruments for use by her students in class.
Lindenwood University in St. Charles is now a test-optional institution, which means prospective undergraduate students may choose whether to have their ACT and SAT scores considered in the admissions process to the university.