Lindenwood University in St. Charles has announced its faculty award winners for 2017. Along with the recently announced Adjunct Teaching Award, the faculty awards recognize accomplishments in a variety of areas, including service, teaching excellence, scholarship, and the blending of scholarship and teaching. Winners were Drs. Geremy Carnes, Stephanie Afful, Dale Walton, and Howard Wall, respectively.
Lindenwood University will hold its fifth annual Family Day--an opportunity for family members to visit their students and enjoy a variety of activities--on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017.
Lindenwood University Associate Professor and School Counseling Program Chair Dr. Sarah Patterson-Mills played a key role in crafting legislation that finally put an end to a two-year school funding crisis in the State of Illinois. The State General Assembly in August passed a bill which would reformulate the way Illinois schools from kindergarten through high school are funded. The proposed new formula includes language requiring higher thresholds of staffing of guidance counselors, which was based on a white paper largely written by Patterson-Mills.
The presentation of TEDxLindenwoodU, an independently-organized TED half-day event October 12, 2017, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts’ Emerson Black Box Theater, has been sold out.
Essi Virtanen had a pair of dreams when she started her quest for a bachelor’s degree from Lindenwood University three years ago.
Anne Ross-Weldy of the Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship was announced as the 2017 adjunct instructor of the year at the Adjunct Instructor Conference on Aug. 19.
A “Book Brigade,” a human chain stretching across campus from Butler Library to the new Library and Academic Resources Center, will be held at 12:45 on Thursday, Aug. 24, passing books from the old building to the new.
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Three Lindenwood University graduate students have won competitive research grants from the National Strength and Conditioning Association Foundation. “This is a real credit to Lindenwood University and speaks to the quality of work our students are doing,” Dr. Chad Kerksick, assistant professor of exercise science, said. “These grants will allow some very talented students to further their excellent research.”
Lindenwood University has received permission from the Higher Learning Commission to launch a slate of new degree programs, mostly in the School of Arts, Media, and Communications, including in the burgeoning fields of digital content strategy and game design.