Join New York Times bestselling author, Sam Kean on Tuesday, April 30, at 6 p.m. in the Spellmann Center's Anheuser-Busch Leadership Room. Kean will be telling his favorite true science stories from each of his books, as well as how he became an author, and how to popularize science.
Areerat Kichkha, Ph.D., associate professor of economics, program director, and department chair in Lindenwood University's School of Accelerated Degree Programs, was recently selected as a regional recipient for the 2019 ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award for Region 5 by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
The staff of Lindenwood online student publication Lindenlink and Legacy magazine won five Mark of Excellence awards at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 7 conference this month. They were finalists for seven other categories as well.
The media center and gaming center in the Library and Academic Resources Center was featured in a larger article in Library Journal titled “Labs in Libraries.” Digital Librarian Michael Fetters was quoted in the article; the material on Lindenwood is located in the middle of the article. The other schools featured in the article are University of Rhode Island, University of Washington Health Sciences Library, and University of Oklahoma.
Lindenwood University was recently named “Best Business School With Reasonable MBA Program GMAT Waiver Policies” for the state of Missouri for the 2019-2020 academic year by mbanogmat.com.
Lindenwood University paramedicine students recently participated in a nationally recognized self-defense course specifically designed for paramedics, a rarity for students in the field.
Starting with the 2019-20 catalog, students earning the B.S. in chemistry degree will carry the American Chemical Society accreditation on their degrees. Lindenwood University is now one of the only undergraduate universities in the St. Louis area to hold ACS accreditation.
Nancy Schneider, associate professor and coordinator of elementary student teaching, was recently nominated for a Most Valuable Person in the Life of a Student Award. Most Valuable Professional Development recently published the nominees, which include 15 educators from across the county. The winner will be decided by online voting on the award site.
Lindenwood University Belleville Professor of Psychology Dr. Trisha Prunty and four of her students – Katie Landsbaum, Bessie Flores, Nikki Thomas, and Katie DeLuka – were selected as the recipients of the 2019 Instructional Recourse Award Grant by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology. The funding will be used to support a project entitled, “Using Guided Outlines for Principles of Psychology,” in which the four students will create guided notes as supplement for students in the university’s Principles of Psychology courses.
The Psychology Department at Lindenwood University-Belleville recently inducted four students into Psi Chi, the international honor society for psychology. Psi Chi is a club dedicated to the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship and advancing the science of