Professor Beth Mead, the program director for the Master of Fine Arts in Writing program, signed a contract with Adelaide Books to publish her book, Dancing Madly, in 2019.
Lindenwood University has announced that St. Louisan Lisa O’Brien Enger will be the university’s vice president for university relations. The veteran executive will start in the new position on Sept. 1 and will direct the university’s marketing, communication, development, and alumni relations efforts.
The Lindenwood University online master’s degree in gifted education has been ranked 13th in the nation by TheBestSchools.org.
Alex Gauspohl from Timberland High School in the Wentzville School District has been named the 2018 recipient of Lindenwood University’s Pachyderm Scholarship, which is presented in cooperation with the St. Charles Country Pachyderm Club. The award was announced at the club’s meeting this summer in St. Charles.
Four Lindenwood University representatives traveled to Orlando, Fla., July 16-19 to take part in the Disney Institute-Quality Service program.
The Lindenwood University MFA in Writing program will host author Kali VanBaale on Saturday, Aug. 11, from 3 to 4 p.m. in the Lindenwood University Library and Academic Resources Center (LARC) Theatre.
Lindenwood University-Belleville Assistant Professor of Interactive Media and Web Design Derek Dadian-Smith is co-curating the Flow Gallery’s first exhibition, Rules to Play By, at two locations in St. Louis this weekend, July 27-29.
Lindenwood University has been ranked seventh in a list of the Best Online Colleges in Missouri by TheBestSchools.org. The website praises Lindenwood’s “robust portfolio of master’s degrees,” and mentions several programs within the review.
The upcoming academic year will mark the third year that Lindenwood University-Belleville criminal justice students will have the opportunity to intern with the 375th Security Forces Squadron, a U.S. Air Force police organization located on Scott Air Force Base, Ill.
Lindenwood University music education major Jerod Broadbooks won a contest to play guitar for the song “This Is War” during a concert by Jared Leto and Thirty Seconds to Mars on Monday, July 9, at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater in Maryland Heights. Broadbooks’ performance garnered a piece on St. Louis Public Radio and mention in concert coverage by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and St. Louis Magazine.