Jordan Boedeker received the Young Alumni Award from Lindenwood University in April.
A handful of Lindenwood University faculty members contributed to a chapter in the book, “Confronting Security and Privacy Challenges in Digital Marketing.” The book published in June.
On May 4, Lindenwood University’s Staff Council and Faculty Council co-hosted the 2023 Faculty and Staff Awards and Recognition Ceremony in J. Scheidegger Theater. The event also was livestreamed for those unable to attend in person.
Lindenwood University has been named to Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society’s Transfer Honor Roll for the third year in a row, the organization announced in a press release June 9.
Lindenwood University’s Student Academic Showcase, one of the final events of the 2022-23 academic year, was held in April. During the event, students from all academic colleges displayed their creative flair and research – from presenting original research to discussing exploratory projects – with their peers, faculty, and staff.
Jodell Larkin received the Alumni Service Award from Lindenwood University in April.
For the third consecutive year, Lindenwood University’s online MBA has been ranked as the top program in the state of Missouri by Fortune Education.
Needing a university that offers a master’s degree in school counseling to partner with, the Southwest Center for Educational Excellence linked up with Lindenwood University and applied for a $4.2 million Mental Health Professional Demonstration Grant.
For a fourth consecutive year, Lindenwood University has been named a College of Distinction for the 2023-2024 academic year, marking its commitment to providing a high-quality undergraduate education that focuses on hands-on learning, strong student-teacher relationships, a vibrant campus life, and successful outcomes.
On April 12, the Lindenwood University Department of Public Safety and Security, in collaboration with local law enforcement, sponsored a high-level training tabletop exercise for faculty, staff, and area stakeholders.