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Jul 2

The Plan to Reopen Campus

Roaring Return

Lindenwood University has implemented a phased return to campus and will begin the fall semester as scheduled on August 24. Lindenwood personnel and offices continue to be available for business by telephone and email. Please visit www.lindenwood.edu/roaring-return/ for continued updates and information about health and safety policies. Resources for faculty preparing courses for the Roaring Return can be located at www.lindenwood.edu/teaching-online-or-hybrid.

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Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise, General

The Hammond Institute has expanded its coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic to include daily analysis of trends in Missouri, the St. Louis metro area, and St. Charles County. In addition, the institute's website includes a collection of up-to-date analysis and commentary of its own and from external sources.

School of Arts, Media, and Communications, Academics, General

Lindenwood’s advertising and strategic communications students recently received a special Judge’s Citation Award: Bright Idea for the creative idea of a "reverse trade show" at the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC). In addition, Instructor of Advertising and Public Relations Patrick Longo was named Advisor of the Year for his dedication to the competition and his team.

Belleville Archive

Lindenwood University – Belleville’s annual faculty awards were recently announced, the culmination of a process in which nominations are made by members of the faculty and award winners are selected by the faculty council.

History Alumnus Ritter to Publish Book in Fall 2020
Alumni & Donors, School of Humanities, General

Luke Ritter (’08), who earned his bachelor’s degree in history at Lindenwood in 2008, will publish his book, Inventing America’s First Immigration Crisis: Political Nativism in the Antebellum West, in fall 2020

School of Humanities, Academics, General

Dr. Geremy Carnes, associate professor of English in the School of Humanities, had his essay, “Doctor Who’s Shaken Faith in Science: Mistrusting Science from the Gothic to the Neo-Gothic,” published in the scholarly collection Neo-Gothic Narratives: Illusory Allusions to the Past (Anthem Press, 2020).

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