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Athletics, General

After transferring to Lindenwood in January 2020, Abner Romero, a junior Physical Education major, was quickly met with success as a wrestler at the university, becoming a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II National Champion in his first year here.

Lindenwood Develops Innovative Immersive Arts and Cultures Hub
College of Arts and Humanities, General

Imagine a space where students, faculty, and community members can gather to explore and discover, a place full of cutting-edge interactive technology that will alter and enhance the way we teach and learn. This is Lindenwood’s vision for the new Immersive Arts and Cultures Hub, a groundbreaking project first dreamed up by the School of Humanities in 2019.

Anthology of Love: Leah Fry’s Humbling Homage
Academics, General, College of Arts and Humanities

Behind every riveting dance performance done by the dance students of Lindenwood is an equally as riveting choreographer—and during the Fall and Winter dance concerts, the best pull out all the stops to convey thematic passion through movement and body language. Watching it is an experience—whether you find yourself “getting it” or not—because there’s no denying that it feels like something special when three girls, separated by six feet, masks, and flittering colored lights in the dark dance upon the stage and tell a story they’ve also added to by putting their own “movement and truth in the dance."

Graduate Student Completes Study in EPNL
Academics, General, College of Science, Technology, and Health

Lindenwood University Graduate student Kayla Ratliff recently conducted and finished her first study in the EPNL at Lindenwood University. Her study was titled, “Metabolic Impact of Protein Feeding Prior to Long-duration Moderate-intensity Treadmill Exercise on Females in a Fasted State”. Ratliff wanted to create a study that was focused on women seeing as how most studies in the field are male-dominated.

Senior Christine Bryant Gets Hired at Her Dream Job in Arizona
College of Arts and Humanities, Academics, General

Christine Bryant, a senior at Lindenwood with majors in History and Religion and minors in Anthropology and Public History, accepted a job opportunity this week as a curator for the Cocopah Indian Reservation Museum in southern Arizona. This amazing opportunity was given to Bryant after a long and strenuous job search that she began in December of 2020.

Lindenwood University Alum Mike Elam Nominated as Chairman of the Council for St. Charles County
Alumni & Donors, General

Lindenwood University prides itself on the motto of Real Experience, Real Success. Not only is this Lindenwood’s motto, but it is also a great description for Mike Elam, a Lindenwood University Alum who has just recently been nominated as the Chairman for the Council of St. Charles County. Through his hard work and dedication, this alum is making real change happen.

Recent Lindenwood Graduate is Accepted into Top Public Health School In UK
Alumni & Donors, Academics, General

Recent Lindenwood graduate Kathleen Varvera has been accepted into the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where she will be pursuing a Masters of Science in the Control of Infectious Diseases this fall. Varvera graduated from Lindenwood in December 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in both Public Health and Biological Sciences. LSHTM is ranked 3rd in the world for public health and 1st in the UK. It is also the UK’s top university for the proportion of academic research with women listed as authors, and 4th in the world for infectious diseases and is Varvera’s dream school.

 Lindenwood Students Get Real Experience Interning at Saint Louis Zoo
College of Science, Technology, and Health, Academics, General

The Saint Louis Zoo is nationally recognized for their success as one of the only free, accredited zoos in the United States and their persistent commitment to wildlife conservation and education. So, it was no surprise when they announced their plans to expand in 2018. This expansion kicked off after the purchase of 425 acres of land in North St. Louis County. For Missouri residents, the biggest questions were how the zoo planned to develop their new land and what influenced their choice of location.

The use of virtual reality and augmented reality in the Lindenwood classroom
Academics, General, College of Arts and Humanities

Although it may sound far-fetched to some, the usage of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in the classroom can “transform the classroom experience for students,” according to Walden University's researchers. Even though it may sound like an unlikely practice, the concept of utilizing the world’s newest technology in an educational setting isn’t anything new at all.

Full Color Production of Life and Adventure in The World of Business
Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship, General

Students have several teachers and professors throughout middle school, high school, and college, yet only a few are remembered for their unique teaching style and ability to make the material in class interesting and dynamic. Lindenwood University has established an exceptional team of educators with outstanding teaching skills, and Stephen McCane is one that must be highlighted by his incredible success in teaching Business courses.