Phi Theta Kappa Recognizes Lindenwood Transfer Pathways
Lindenwood University has been named to the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society’s Transfer Honor Roll for 2021. PTK recognizes the institutional commitment and resources available at Lindenwood to support transfer students.
Lindenwood University Hosts First Ever Day of Dialogue
On Wednesday March 3, Lindenwood University hosted the first ever Day of Dialogue. Although this event was held virtually this year, it was still a huge success according to Myron Burr, who is one of the co-chairs for the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force along with Dr. Amanda Harrod. The discussion of the Task Force circulated around bringing folks into the conversation around equity and inclusion who would not normally participate. With help and trust from those involved, Burr started to plan this monumental day.
Lindenwood Prepares Teachers for Success
As a nation, our supply of qualified teachers is dwindling. The education industry suffers from high attrition rates and low enrollment in teacher preparation programs: teacher education enrollment dropped by 35% between 2009 and 2014, and the number of people studying to become teachers continues to diminish. Now more than ever, it is important to have qualified, passionate professionals entering the field.
Advertising Students Win Silver at American Advertising Awards
On February 25, 2021, two advertising campaigns made by Lindenwood students won silver at the American Advertising Awards, formally known as ADDYS. These awards are offered by the American Advertising Federation (AAF). The AAF has 5,000 college chapters across the country and allows students to compete against professionals in the ADDYS. Just in St. Louis, there were 342 entries for the ADDYS advertising campaign, and Lindenwood students, including Mia Tebbe and Kris McKay, won silver with their campaign.
Using Modern Dance for Rehabilitation: Tackling MS via Zoom?
In 2017, the National MS Society funded a study that focused on documenting how many people in the United States were affected by Multiple Sclerosis, as the last study had not been conducted since 1975. The result provided a staggering number, one that doubled the amount the leading experts had initially estimated: nearly 1 million people in the United States of America were living with MS. Based on the intense prevalence of this disease, and the disastrous impact it has made on families—emotionally, physically, and economically—it is clear that now, more than ever, new ideas are necessary in order to make an impact in the MS landscape and bring greater relief to the affected community.
Cap It! A Podcast Aimed to Support Students on Their Way to an Ed.D. Degree
The journey of Academic Success is a challenging road. Though it may be difficult, it is possible through the support of students and staff alike. Lindenwood University is a school founded on the basis of Real Experience and Real Success. That is why it was no surprise when Dr. Robyn Elder and Dr. Lynda Leavitt developed the Cap It! podcast. The goal of the podcast is to establish communication with doctoral students about updates within Ed.D. program, as well as tips for success with their dissertations.
Career Services Office Encourages Professional Growth with Career & Internship Fair
Lindenwood University is consistently making great strides in providing opportunities that prepare students for success, including having a dedicated team in The Career Services Office. Career Services operates out of the Library and Academic Resources Center (LARC) and provides support for students as they learn how to transition the knowledge they have gained here at LU into a successful, enjoyable career.
May Commencement Guest Update
Lindenwood University is pleased to announce an update to the May 2021 Commencement ceremonies.
LindenGiving Donates to Five Acres Animal Shelter
Lindenwood’s community outreach endeavor, LindenGiving, partnered with Five Acres Animal Shelter for the February initiative. Led by Beverly Porter, LindenGiving strives to give back to the local St. Charles community in immediate and impactful ways.
Outstanding Student Selected as STL Symphony Scholar
Lindenwood student Nadia Maddex was selected as this year's St. Louis Symphony In Unison Scholar. This program is open for undergraduate students who are participating in the arts such as musicians, composers and music educators. Maddex is a vocalist and sings 1st soprano. According to Maddex, this is a great honor and it not only comes with a scholarship. “In that program, I am provided with mentoring from St. Louis Symphony staff, as well as given special performance, conference, workshop and leadership opportunities.”