Lindenwood University and Title IX Coordinator Kelly Moyich recently played host to a quarterly gathering of Title IX professionals from throughout the region. The group, which also included numerous Lindenwood personnel from Human Resources, Student Development, and other departments, met in the Hyland Arena’s VIP Room.
Lindenwood University’s Black Student Union on the St. Charles campus has put together a slate of activities commemorating Black History Month, which is observed annually in February. All events are free and open to the entire campus community.
Lindenwood University students have donated their services in an effort to be good neighbors, learn about their craft, and discover the value of helping others.
The Master of Science in Nursing program at Lindenwood University has received initial accreditation from the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Lindenwood Theatre graduate Mike Dowdy-Windsor has been nominated for a 2018 St. Louis Theatre Circle Award for Outstanding Director of a Musical, Lizzie, for New Line Theatre.
Roller hockey reached several milestones January 26-27 during Great Plains Collegiate Inline Hockey League (GPCIHL) action at Midwest Sport Hockey in Ballwin, Mo., and Matteson Square Garden in St. Peters, Mo. The first major accomplishment was win number 1,000 in program history encompassing all three squads: the Division I Lions, and the D3 Gold and Black teams.
David Yeung, professor and department chair of the International Foundation Course Studio at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, will make a weeklong visit and presentation to the Lindenwood University Fashion Business & Design Program, including a series of master classes for Lindenwood students and a Feb. 2 presentation open to the public.
The St. Louis Business Journal featured a piece on the recently announced dean of the School of Education, Dr. Anthony Scheffler, who will replace Interim Dean Joyce Piveral when he assumed the post on May 1.
Longtime Lindenwood Professor Michael Castro was featured in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article by book reviewer Jane Henderson, looking back over his 50-year career in poetry and in education.
Howard Wall, professor of economics and head of Lindenwood’s Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise, was quoted in a Post-Dispatch article about St. Louis being left off the short list of potential cities for Amazon’s new second headquarters.