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Kerksick Named NSCA Educator of the Year
General, Academics, College of Science, Technology, and Health

Chad Kerksick, associate professor of exercise science and director of Lindenwood’s Exercise and Performance Nutrition Laboratory, was named Educator of the Year by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. The award was announced virtually on July 8 and recognizes Kerksick’s contributions to the NSCA, his community, and to education and clinical application of strength training and conditioning.

ITEN and Cara Stone, LLP Announce Partnership to Bring Digital Wayfinding Resources and Investor Education to Tech Entrepreneurs
General, Duree Center, Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship

ITEN and Cara Stone, LLP are excited to announce the continuation of their collaboration aimed at enhancing and broadening services for tech startups in the St. Louis region. This partnership supports the publishing and managing real-time updates of the digital version of our very popular St. Louis Tech Startup Ecosystem map on our website.

Lindenwood, Missouri Foundation for Health to Mobilize Generation Z Voters

In an effort to increase voter turnout, Lindenwood University is participating in the Generation Z Leading the Vote Initiative. Aided by special funding from Missouri Foundation for Health, Lindenwood will try to improve voting turnout for historically underrepresented populations and assist Missouri voters in registration and access to information.

A Message of Community Support from President John R. Porter

Lindenwood University is an institution that stands for the freedoms and rights of all individuals, as we are committed to being an inclusive and diverse university that promotes equality for all persons regardless of color or background. 

Biological Sciences Alumna on Frontlines Combatting Virus
Alumni & Donors, College of Science, Technology, and Health, General

Twenty-four-hour days. Just three 30-minute breaks. Constant exposure to the deadly coronavirus during an unprecedented pandemic. This is how Taylor Bragg-Brock (’19) has chosen to spend her “gap year.