For the second straight year, Lindenwood University’s online bachelor’s degree programs have been ranked among the best in the nation for 2015 by U.S. News and World Report.
Dr. Michael Castro, Lindenwood University professor emeritus, has been named St. Louis’ first poet laureate. Castro, who taught at Lindenwood for 32 years, retiring in 2012, was chosen from a field of 65 nominees by an outside task force; the selection was ratified by St. Louis’ Board of Aldermen.
For the second straight year, Lindenwood University’s MBA program was recognized in a recent edition of the St. Louis Business Journal as the largest in the St. Louis area. The ranking was based on current enrollment in area schools’ MBA programs.
The Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center at Lindenwood University has received a $5,000 grant from Maritz. Grant funding will support educational programming at the Boone Home, which includes individual tours, hands-on activities for school and homeschool groups, educational presentations, educational events, summer camps, and youth opportunities.
Lindenwood University’s John W. Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise has launched a social media campaign encouraging people to support local businesses in Ferguson, Mo. Using the hashtag #FergusonFavorites, the institute is challenging people to post photographs of themselves on Facebook and Twitter as they dine and shop at Ferguson establishments.
Two students from Lindenwood University’s School of Communications were among just 50 in the U.S. selected for the 2015 Most Promising Multicultural Students program sponsored by the American Advertising Federation.
Educate to Career has ranked Lindenwood University as a top value in its recent college ratings index. With a score of 85.8, Lindenwood was ranked 234th out of 1,224 four-year colleges in the U.S., or the top 20 percent, giving it the second highest ranking in the St. Louis area.
Republican Rep. Timothy Jones, District 110, has been named the senior policy fellow for the John W. Hammond Institute For Free Enterprise at Lindenwood University. Jones was elected to office in 2006 and is the Speaker of the House. Because of the state’s eight-year term limit, Jones will leave office at the end of December.
The NCAA recently announced that Lindenwood men's golfer Greg MacAulay was a recipient of a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
There are many reasons people like living in St. Charles. Residents and tourists alike are drawn to the cobblestone of Main Street for dining and shopping experiences unique to the area. While the city has a rich history of being the state’s first capital and launching point for Lewis and Clark’s westward expedition, it forges ahead with new multi-use developments like Streets of St. Charles and University Commons.