Lindenwood University’s J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts will host a debate among the four Republican candidates for Missouri governor. The one-hour debate, at 7 p.m. on July 13, is sponsored by and will be broadcast live by KMOV-TV in St. Louis and eight other news outlets around the state.
Patrick Walker, associate professor of nonprofit administration, was honored at a gala on Saturday, June 25, with an award from St. Francis Community Services recognizing his impact in the community.
Emily Scott, a 2016 graduate of St. Dominic High School in O’Fallon, has been named the recipient of the university’s 2016 Pachyderm scholarship, which is presented in cooperation with the St. Charles County Pachyderm Club.
Delegates to the American Association of University Professors annual meeting in Washington, D.C., voted unanimously on Saturday, June 18, to lift the organization’s sanction of Lindenwood University. Hans-Goerg Tiede, the organization’s associate secretary in the Department of Academic Freedom, Tenure, and Governance, notified Lindenwood University System President Michael D. Shonrock of the decision Monday.
Dr. Jeff Barudin, associate professor of music at Lindenwood University and new director of the university’s orchestra, announced recently that, starting in the fall 2016 semester, the orchestra will begin welcoming musicians from the community. Previously, the orchestra consisted entirely of musicians from the university.
A team of Lindenwood students has won a national advertising competition sponsored by the American Advertising Federation, besting 10 other teams from all around the country. On June 5, team leader Kelsey Collie represented the team and Lindenwood University in Anaheim at the federation’s AdAmerica 2016 conference to accept the award.
Lindenwood University’s annual Summer Media camp for high school students gives students the chance to work on their own films with award-winning filmmakers like Peter Carlos and Ben Scholle from the Lindenwood faculty. The camp is held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily from June 6 to 10 on Lindenwood’s St. Charles campus.
Lindenwood University’s Department of Anthropology and Archaeological Research has started a six-week dig to determine the former location of the first church built in St. Charles.
Lindenwood University held a grand opening for its newest location in St. Louis’ Old Post Office building at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 12. The event included remarks by a distinguished collection of speakers, a ceremonial ribbon cutting, and tours of the facility led by Lindenwood’s student ambassadors.
artCONVERSATIONS, a St. Louis-based art curator of exhibits that address human behavior and societal concerns, announced today that its inaugural exhibit, Freedom Imagined; Freedom Lived, will be on view May 22-June 17, 2016, at the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts’ Boyle Family Gallery at Lindenwood University’s St. Charles campus.