The Director of Exercise and Performance Nutrition Laboratory at Lindenwood University, Dr. Chad Kerksick and his research team, participated in a microbiome case study of 28-year-old Australian CrossFit champion Tia-Claire Toomey. And the results were published worldwide at the 2023 IPA World Congress + Probiota event in February in Barcelona, where speakers from academia and regulators were brought together to share their insights and experiences.
Dr. Daniel Kirk was selected as the University’s next Dean of the College of Education and Human Services, according to a statement from Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Bethany Alden-Rivers. Dr. Kirk will begin his duties July 24.
During his visit to campus, Elkins recorded four songs, including “Hands To Myself” with Music Business and Entrepreneurship students in Professor Adam Donohue’s music production practicum.
Cedarhurst of St. Charles residents were showered with love on Valentine’s Day. Lindenwood University partnered with the senior living community campus for a LindenGiving event. Established in 2020, LindenGiving is a community outreach endeavor focused on serving the most essential needs of the St. Charles community.
A senior psychology major and social sciences minor at Lindenwood University, Gutierrez is part of a research team whose submission accepted for the 2023 International Convention of Psychological Science from March 9-11 in Brussels, Belgium.
Lindenwood University is proud to announce the Fall 2022 semester Dean’s List. In total, 1,830 students achieved their spot on the list. Undergraduate students must be enrolled full-time and achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or above to qualify.
Lindenwood University’s College of Education and Human Services signed a partnership agreement with Endeavor STEM Teaching Certificate Project on January 20.
The Lindenwood University Board of Trustees guides the University and ensures that the institution lives up to its mission of educating students to help them achieve their goals. This past fall, Lindenwood welcomed five new members to its board.
Lindenwood University has released the 2023-24 Academic Calendar and has made three adjustments to enhance the student experience.
In a unanimous decision by the Lindenwood University Board of Trustees, the University will update its founding year to 1832. After a review process that took more than a year, ample primary evidence, including writings from both Mary and George Sibley, demonstrated the historical accuracy of the school’s establishment in 1832.