Lindenwood University President Dennis Spellmann has been appointed to a state team that will review in February the teacher education program at William Jewell College for re-accreditation.
Dr. Kent King, commissioner of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, will discuss Educational Policymaking in Missouri at a forum hosted Thursday by Lindenwood University.
Lindenwood University President Dennis Spellmann has been selected to serve on the NAIA Region V Council of Presidents. The council is the governing body of the NAIA.
Lindenwood University has announced the launch of a Presbyterian Bicentennial Fund Scholarship, made possible by an endowment gift from the Presbyterian Church Synod of Mid-America.
Due to increased capacity, Lindenwood University has a limited number of housing spots available for the spring semester.
Fall data released this month by the Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education shows another increase in the number of "bright flight" scholars attending Lindenwood University.
After concluding the best season in Lindenwood history, the awards keep on coming for the men's soccer team. Two Lindenwood players, Nesa Stefanovic and Branko Savic, were named NAIA all-Americans.
Now that Lindenwood's 23-1 season is in the books, the awards are rolling in. Three Lindenwood starters - Inge Heiremans, Nadia Gaeggeler and Ursina Capeder - have been named first team NAIA all-Americans.
Lindenwood University has received a $5,000 grant from the Ameren SmartLights program. The money will be used for lighting in the parking lots of two new residence halls on campus, as well as decorative exterior lighting on the buildings.
The Lady Lions' soccer team lost an epic battle with Simon Fraser University (B.C.) Tuesday for the NAIA national championship, 1-0. SFU scored in the fifth overtime.