The Lindenwood University–Belleville Athletics Department hosted the 2018 American Midwest Conference (AMC) Champions of Character Summit recently with various student-athletes from the AMC conference participating.
Former Lindenwood University hockey goaltender and U.S. Olympian Nicole Hensley was prominently featured in a Buffalo News article about the two star goaltenders for the Buffalo Beauts professional women’s hockey team, with which Hensley signed earlier this year.
OnlineU.org recently named the Lindenwood University Online Master of Fine Arts in Writing program second among the most affordable MFA program in the United States.
A group of Lindenwood alumnae from the Class of 1968 visited Lindenwood and toured the campus during the 2018 homecoming weekend for their 50-year reunion.
AT&T Aspire has awarded $10,000 to Lindenwood University’s DECA Consultancy and St. Charles County CAPS for an education program designed to encourage students to reach their highest potential.
The Lindenwood University School of Education will be celebrating its centennial on Nov. 7-8 with a series of events and the theme “Honoring Our Legacy, Building Our Future.”
Lindenwood University’s Giving Week campaign, which was held Oct. 8-12, concluded Friday having raised nearly $27,000. This was the first year for the campaign, and more than 220 donors contributed.
Alumna Miriah Ludtke, who graduated from Lindenwood University in May 2015 with a degree in journalism, was recently crowed Miss Missouri USA at the pageant in Booneville. She will compete for the title of Miss USA in Las Vegas in May.
Lindenwood University-Belleville’s adjunct instructor of criminology and criminal justice and executive director of St. Clair County Teen Court, Judge (Ret.) Annette Eckert, has co-authored Implementing Teen Courts: A Restorative Justice Peer Jury Guide and Manual, 2nd Edition, 2018 alongside Zabelle Norsigian Vartanian, administrator for St. Clair County Teen Court.
Illinois native Clayton Zilz knew he wanted to be a police officer from a young age. Now, as a Lindenwood University-Belleville alumnus, he won’t have to travel very far to start his new career in law enforcement.