Lindenwood University President Dennis Spellmann on Wednesday received the prestigious Community Impact Award at the St. Charles County Economic Development Council annual Report to the Region.
Michael A. Eschbach has been hired as director of development at Lindenwood University in St. Charles.
The international division of the Boy Scouts of America has selected Lindenwood student Paul Lee to attend the International Youth Forum in Japan March 1-13.
Marcus Bugler, who spent more than 30 years in various dance roles with the Metropolitan Opera in New York, was a guest J-term artist teaching a seminar course in ballet and ballroom dancing.
St. Charles County Government’s cable access programming will officially move from cable channel 10 to channel 26 beginning January 26, 2006. The county entered an agreement with Lindenwood University and Charter Communications to cablecast St. Charles County Council meetings, Focus St. Charles County public information program, and other government-produced programming on the university’s channel LUTV 26. The move marks the first expansion of county programming since viewers began watching St. Charles County Council meetings on cable in 1995.
Lindenwood University and the Missouri Department of Conservation are offering a workshop "Missouri History and Westward Movement" Jan. 28-30 at the historic Daniel Boone Home in Defiance.
Residential housing available for the Spring Semester/Quarter (January 2006).
President Dennis Spellmann and seven Lindenwood University board members will be honored December 14 with the community's first 50 over Fifty Community Shapers awards.
(Defiance, Mo.) On Saturday, November 19 and Sunday, November 20, The Daniel Boone Home and Boonesfield Village will host a Civil War Weekend. This will be a two day demonstration of life in Missouri in 1865, and will take a look at the issues that faced us at the end of the Civil War. Costumed volunteers will be available to discuss daily life in Missouri and the new struggle to re-build the nation.
Lindenwood University has announced a plan for its newest site -- Our Lady of Fatima in Florissant. The University has purchased the site from Johnny Londoff Chevrolet with the intent of turning it into a major satellite facility serving all of North St. Louis County.