Lindenwood University senior Joe Bruno describes himself as persistent. Recently, that persistence paid off when, after a years-long process, he achieved something few others will ever experience—a U.S. patent.
Jennifer Doermer (’11), Lindenwood graduate and music teacher at Mullanphy Elementary in St. Louis’ Shaw neighborhood, was featured in a segment on KSDK-TV’s Today in St. Louis show. Doermer, who admits in the segment to spending her own money on supplies for her classroom, was surprised when the show donated a variety of musical instruments for use by her students in class.
Lindenwood University in St. Charles is now a test-optional institution, which means prospective undergraduate students may choose whether to have their ACT and SAT scores considered in the admissions process to the university.
Ashleigh Brandmeyer graduated on May 5 along with the rest of the class of 2018 at Lindenwood University-Belleville, but unbeknownst to her, she landed her dream job the very day before she officially became an alumna.
Shelly Hoerner, a 2018 Lindenwood University graduate, has taken home a silver medal in the American Advertising Federation’s National ADDY Awards.
Lindenwood University-Belleville honored several of its adjunct instructors for their years of service at its recent annual adjunct conference.
Lindenwood University will kick off its 2018 United Way campaign on Tuesday, September 4, and it will run through Friday, September 28. Dr. Michael Shonrock, Lindenwood System President, and Frank Sanfilippo, Vice President and CFO, will serve as co-chairmen of the campaign.
Piotr Wilczek, Polish ambassador to the U.S., was recently on Lindenwood University’s St. Charles campus to take part in a discussion of trade and investment opportunities between Poland and the State of Missouri.
Lindenwood University welcomed the class of 2022 this week. Freshman enrollments increased 13 percent over 2017 with transfer enrollments also increasing this year. The class includes students from 39 states and 38 foreign countries with nearly 1,200 new students expected to enroll.
Collin Young didn’t exactly anticipate the impact that tearing his ACL the summer before his freshman year of college would have on his collegiate career. As a baseball player from Mt. Vernon, Ill., who had accepted a scholarship to play at Lindenwood University-Belleville, he knew his athletic career would be affected and that most of his freshman year on the team would be dedicated to rehabilitation and strengthening his knee.