Psychology Professor Dr. Michiko Nohara-LeClair recently awarded all of her students with a COVID-19 Special Teamwork Award.
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.
Students in Dr. Kristy Tucciarone’s Creative Advertising Concepts class helped Saint Louis Crisis Nursery raise $15,000 on May 7, record donations for Give STL Day. The donations doubled the reported donations from the previous year.
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.
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.
Little Rock, Ark. - Lindenwood University’s chapter of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society was recently named the Outstanding Chapter of the Year and will receive the society’s coveted President’s Cup.
The historic brick water tower, located near Spellmann Center on Lindenwood’s campus, will be removed due to its deteriorated condition and structural safety concerns.
Lindenwood advertising and strategic communications students were awarded the Gold ADDY at the American Advertising Federation AdClub St. Louis Ceremony earlier this year.
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
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).