Ingram’s, the Kansas City business magazine, published a ranking of private universities and colleges in Missouri and Kansas in its July 2019 issue, based on post-graduate enrollment. With a fall 2018 graduate enrollment of 2,862, Lindenwood ranked fourth between Saint Louis University and Webster University.
The Lindenwood University community is saddened by the passing of Dr. George Hickenlooper, Ph.D., who worked as a professor for the School of Humanities for over 20 years.
Lindenwood University was recently featured as one of the best online Master in Public Administration (MPA) degree programs for 2019 by TheBestSchools.org.
Lindenwood senior Marshall Green was recently awarded a Boren scholarship to continue his study of Russian in Kyrgyzstan over the summer and fall.
The Lindenwood University Community is mourning the passing of Joseph Mathews, who served 24 years on the university’s Board of Trustees.
Dr. Julie Turner, professor and department chair of nonprofit administration, was recently selected to publish and present her research for the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council’s first international conference, hosted at the Cass Business School of City, University of London.
As a part of a new relationship between UPS and Lindenwood University, UPS employees recently participated in a beautification day on Lindenwood’s St. Charles campus.
Lindenwood University will hold its seventh annual Family Day on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019. Family Day serves as an opportunity for parents, siblings, and extended family members to get to know their students’ friends, interact with senior administration, attend a football game and a fine arts performance, tour campus, and have fun.
Reflecting an increased focus on Lindenwood University’s online degree programs, Dr. Joe Alsobrook, former dean of the School of Arts, Media, and Communications, has been named dean of online programs.
Ben Scholle, who teaches digital cinema arts at Lindenwood University, was interviewed July 12 on KTVI, Fox 2, about his film, Through the Cracks, which will be screened at 3:15 p.m. on Sunday, July 14, at Washington University’s Brown Hall as part of the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase.