The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many changes in our day-to-day lives, and schools in particular have had to cope with new changes at every level of learning.
The Hellbender Student Film Festival is a new film festival curated at Lindenwood University. Associate Professor Andrew Millians founded the festival earlier this year after the idea of launching a festival had been discussed within the Cinema Arts program for a while. As the Festival Director, Professor Millians wanted to give student filmmakers an opportunity to showcase their work.
For the excellence of its Spring 2019 issue, the Arrow Rock Literary Journal won its first ever REALM Award. Produced by 10 undergraduate students and one faculty advisor working in concert, this previous issue of Lindenwood’s online publication stands as a beaming example of the university’s tradition of literary excellence.
We are honored to present Jon “JT” Taylor with the 2020 Alumni Merit Award. The Alumni Merit Award recognizes alumni who have enhanced the prestige of Lindenwood University by virtue of their character, integrity, career, and personal accomplishments. Traditionally, the award has not been given in recognition of a single remarkable achievement but has been reserved for those alumni who have attained and maintained extremely high stations in their chosen fields of endeavor and in their service to society.
New for 2020, Lindenwood University’s Spirit Week features Halloween-themed events for students, employees, alumni, the community and friends.
Lindenwood University and St. Charles Community College joined together yesterday, and signed an agreement, as part of a cooperative partnership to support the higher education of students in St. Charles County.
When renovating the Spanish program last year, the foreign language professors at Lindenwood University wanted to shape the degree in a way that would lead their students to future success. They wanted their students’ language skills to continue to serve them outside the classroom, and they hoped that students would feel capable and confident in their Spanish abilities when they moved beyond Lindenwood’s halls.
Next semester, Lindenwood University will be offering a diverse selection of courses for the students in its International Relations program, and to helm several of those courses is none other than Professor Dale Walton.
Lindenwood faculty member Dr. Melissa Ridley Elmes was recently awarded the The Teaching Association for Medieval Studies’s (TEAMS) Teaching Award for Early Career College Educators.
The LindenTeach internship program provides Lindenwood University students, pursuing a career in teaching, with the opportunity to gain real experience in local school districts. The program operates to help fill the need for qualified, professional substitute teachers. Students are prepared for their student teaching experience and receive mentorship and coaching from faculty in the School of Education. LindenTeach is currently accepting student candidates through Nov. 1.