Lindenwood University students competed for a good cause on Dec. 5 and 6 in the Pepsico/Salvation Army Bell Ring Challenge.
Lindenwood University will close for the winter break from 3 p.m. on Dec. 21, 2018, through Jan. 1, 2019.
Brandi Rackers, who earned a master’s in studio art from Lindenwood University in 2015, was recently spotlighted as the Jefferson City News Tribune’s “featured artist” for her work in ceramics, painting, and art education.
LindenWell, the Lindenwood University employee program that promotes wellness and opportunities for healthy living, coordinated a food drive with St. Louis Area Foodbank, collecting nearly 1,300 pounds of food.
Lindenwood alumnus Joshua Scott will receive an awards citation from the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) at the 49th annual National Athletic Directors Conference on Dec. 17, 2018.
Lindenwood University’s Robert Steffes, from the School of Education, was recognized as top professor in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s Best of St. Charles reader poll, the results of which were published on Dec. 13, 2018. Julie Turner, professor of nonprofit administration in the Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship, was runner up.
For the second year in a row, Lindenwood University is serving as a sponsor of FIRST Robotics, hosting a regional event to kick off the 2019 season 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 5.
In Harmon Hall, home of the Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship at Lindenwood University, students are getting real experience in finance, after the Board of Trustees approved $100,000 from the university’s endowment to create a new Student Managed Investment Fund.
Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo., will hold its December Commencement with ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, at St. Charles Family Arena.
Lindenwood University history students in The Rise of Modern America, taught by Dr. Jeff Smith, are creating a virtual tour of lost buildings in St. Charles using ArcGIS mapping technology and good old-fashioned research. The project may ultimately be accessible to the community, providing a glimpse at a bygone era in St. Charles.