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Lindenwood University’s Economic Education Center will offer a series of free one-hour finance programs on Wednesdays in April from noon to 1 p.m. at Harmon Hall’s Dunseth Auditorium on the university’s St. Charles campus. Attendees may take any or all of the four money-smart courses to discover practical tips to help create a successful financial future.

Advertising Students Take Home Gold and Silver St. Louis ADDY Awards
Academics, General, College of Arts and Humanities

Two teams of Lindenwood University advertising students brought home a gold award and a silver award at the 2019 St. Louis ADDY Awards, which were presented by the Ad Club of St. Louis on Feb. 21 at Busch Stadium.

Lion Pitching Standout Hartlieb Making Way Through Pirates Organization
Lindenwood in the News, Athletics, General

Lions pitcher Geoff Hartlieb, who graduated Lindenwood in 2016 and drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates that same year, was the subject of a feature in MLB.com. Hartlieb, who pitched in AA last year and posted impressive numbers, is expected to pitch for the Pirates AAA organization this year.

Dance Students, Faculty Attend ACDA Conference
Academics, General, College of Arts and Humanities

Last week 18 students from Lindenwood’s very own dance program returned from Whittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, where they participated in the American College Dance Association’s four-day East Central Conference.

Lindenwood Belleville Hosts Girl Scouts for My Best Self Merit Badge
Belleville Archive

The Lindenwood University-Belleville Division of Sciences recently held an event for Girl Scout Brownie Troop #1110 from Belle Valley Elementary School in the exercise science lab, hosted by Associate Professor of Exercise Science Dr. Lindy Rossow and Associate Professor of Biology Dr. Scott Shreve. Rossow and Shreve planned three different stations, showcasing the exercise science lab equipment, to give the girls a fun, hands-on glimpse into the world of what exercise science.

Trice Publishes Research with Help of Undergraduate Students
Belleville Archive

The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police recently published research conducted by Lindenwood University-Belleville Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Dr. Thomas Trice along with three of his students, Naomi-Denise Oudshoorn, Leiden, Netherlands; Peyton Rose, Manteca, Calif.; and Courtney Smith, Breese, Ill. Their research, Law Enforcement Leadership Through the Eyes of a Citizen: Why Real Leadership, Cultural Competency and Empathy Matter analyzed how police officers can better connect to communities through three key factors – leadership, cultural competency, and empathy.

Lindenwood in the News, Academics, General, College of Arts and Humanities

Lindenwood fashion students Anna Heinold and Natalia Soares da Silva were the subject of a cover story in Mid Rivers Newsmagazine on March 4 for their participation in a fashion show and exhibit at the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis’ Forest Park.

Belleville Archive

The Lindenwood University-Belleville softball team is preparing to begin the 2019 season with high hopes. Despite finishing the 2018 campaign with a 24-22 (.522) record, the Lady Lynx missed out on the American Midwest Conference Tournament.

Lady Lynx Athletes Selected To Represent the United States at 2019 World University Games
Belleville Archive

The No. 3-ranked Lindenwood University-Belleville women’s ice hockey team (16-4-3) is proud to announce that three Lady Lynx players, freshman goaltender Hannah Stone, junior forward Alicia Williams, and junior defenseman Katie Stelling, have been chosen to represent the United States at the 2019 World University Games in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, March 1-9.

Professor to Attend United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women
Belleville Archive

Lindenwood University-Belleville’s Division Chair of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice Dr. Andrea Boyles is taking her profession to the global stage, as she attends the United Nations (UN) Commission of the Status of Women (CSW) in New York City this spring. As a member of the non-governmental organization, Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) and as co-chair of that organization’s Women of Color Committee, Boyles will join other experts in the field of gender equality as a catalyst for social change.

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