Lindenwood University and Florissant Valley Community College have entered into a unique partnership to help students achieve a bachelor’s degree with teacher certification in industrial technology--the only such bachelor’s degree program in the St. Louis region.
Jerry McElhatton, senior executive vice president for MasterCard International, will be the guest speaker for the 174th commencement ceremony at Lindenwood University on Saturday, May 19. Undergraduate and graduate degrees will be conferred upon 2,023 graduates, making this the largest commencement in Lindenwood history.
Longtime Lindenwood University music professor Groff Bittner, a mainstay on the historic St. Charles campus for more than 40 years, carried the mace and lead the faculty into commencement for the final time on May 19.
Hall of Famer Lou Brock, his wife, Jackie, and Lindenwood University President Dennis Spellmann and his wife, Sue, are hosting a special showing of the works of artist Abraham Lincoln Walker on Friday, May 11 at the Hyland Performance Arena on the Lindenwood campus.
Lindenwood University will host a Character in Sports Conference April 27-28 for coaches in high schools, middle schools and area youth organizations throughout the St. Louis metro area.
The Taylor 2 Dance Company and dancers from the National Taiwan College of the arts are among featured guests May 3-6 at Lindenwood University’s annual spring dance concert.
High school juniors and seniors interested in dance scholarships to Lindenwood University are invited to an audition Saturday at the Hyland Performance Arena on the Lindenwood campus.
Lindenwood University's annual juried student art exhibition runs April 22 through May 18 at the Lindenwood University Cultural Center. The show will open with a reception on April 22 from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.
More than 80 companies from across the St. Louis region will be represented Wednesday, April 11 at Lindenwood University's annual Career Day. The public is invited.
Lindenwood University already has begun to change the appearance of First Capitol Drive in St. Charles. A $500,000 construction project this spring will triple the size of the university bookstore and give a much-needed facelift to an old strip mall.