Dr. Peter Gordon, professor of planning and economics from the school of Urban Planning and Development at the University of Southern California, will speak about Entrepreneurial Land Development on Thursday, November 1 on Lindenwood's main campus.
Lindenwood University's Homecoming this weekend promises to be the biggest and best ever, according to Alumni Director Laura Kilcullin.
Lindenwood University freshman Coco Callebaut has been named this week's NAIA Player of the Week for Women's Soccer.
Technology is becoming as common in classrooms today as chalk and erasers. Teachers and educational institutions must keep up with this ever-changing learning environment to prepare them with the knowledge and skills needed to use technology in the classroom. Thanks to a grant from the Southwestern Bell Foundation, the next generation of educators are off to a great start.
Governor Bob Holden asked about 120 Lindenwood University students and guests last week at Old Peace Chapel to give back to their communities.
The State Board of Education on Thursday approved Lindenwood University’s teacher preparation program for recertification for the next five years. The report cited no weaknesses and numerous strengths.
Lindenwood University has been recognized for the third consecutive year as one of America's Best Christian Colleges on the basis of an evaluation of the nation's colleges and universities.
The top six teams in the nation are in town today and Saturday competing at the Hyland Performance Arena in the NAIA/Tachikara men's volleyball tournament.
Lindenwood University has hired nationally-recognized Ken Kamper as Resident Boone Historian to serve the Daniel Boone Home and Boonesfield Village. Kamper is one of the leading authorities in the United States on Daniel Boone and the Boone Family.
More than 5,500 students were on the main campus Monday for the opening day of classes.