Lindenwood's men's track team won the Heart of America Athletic Conference Championship Saturday, May 6 with 190.5 points. The women's team finished second with 188 points.
The Anheuser-Busch Foundation has committed $500,000 over a five-year period to Lindenwood University toward construction of a $10 million campus center.
The Lindenwood University Lion Line Dance Squad is ranked eighth nationally in the Open Division of the Universal Dance Association.
Lindenwood University and The Computer Junction, Inc., of Washington, Mo., have formed a partnership to provide graduate-level courses for school district technology directors and teachers. The courses will all be Internet-based, so that educators can take the courses at their own pace and convenience.
Lindenwood University is taking on that challenge with an innovative approach to its graduate program in communications. The university is now offering a master of arts and a master of science degree in communications, with five main areas of emphasis.
The women's basketball squad won on the road Thursday, January 6, defeating Heart of America Athletic Conference foe Culver-Stockton 60-43.
The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools has invited Lindenwood University Professor James D. Evans to present a paper at the 105th annual meeting of the NCA in Chicago April 1-4, 2000.
Lindenwood University has been awarded a $400,000 challenge grant by The Kresge Foundation toward completion of two residence halls currently under construction on the St. Charles campus. The grant is conditioned upon Lindenwood raising the $1.4 million balance required to complete funding of the project by August 1, 2000.
Dr. Raymond Scupin, professor of anthropology and international studies, has been named a recipient of the 1999 Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching.