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Nov 15

Special Notice Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic

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For important updates on Lindenwood University campus safety precautions and associated information from public health officials, please visit our Roaring Return page and the CDC's COVID-19 site. Complete the Initial Assessment Survey to report symptoms, exposure, or positive test results of COVID-19.

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A Message of Community Support from President John R. Porter
General

Lindenwood University is an institution that stands for the freedoms and rights of all individuals, as we are committed to being an inclusive and diverse university that promotes equality for all persons regardless of color or background. 

Biological Sciences Alumna on Frontlines Combatting Virus
Alumni & Donors, School of Sciences, General

Twenty-four-hour days. Just three 30-minute breaks. Constant exposure to the deadly coronavirus during an unprecedented pandemic. This is how Taylor Bragg-Brock (’19) has chosen to spend her “gap year.

Lindenwood Upgrades Classrooms for Fall 2020 Semester with 360 Video, New Hybrid Courses
Academics, General, School of Arts, Media, and Communications, Robert W. Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship, School of Education, School of Health Sciences, School of Humanities, School of Sciences, Student Life

Students returning for the fall 2020 semester will find that Lindenwood has quickly adapted to accommodate student needs presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Integrated 360 video conferencing and the option of a new take on hybrid classes are just two more ways Lindenwood is ensuring that students and faculty have the resources necessary to move forward in a safe and effective learning environment.

School of Humanities, Academics, General

Jeff Smith, professor of history at Lindenwood, published a chapter titled “Till Death Keeps Us Apart: Segregated Cemeteries and Social Values in St. Louis, Missouri” in a scholarly volume Till Death Do Us Part: American Ethnic Cemeteries as Borders Uncrossed (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2020).

Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise, General

The Hammond Institute has expanded its coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic to include daily analysis of trends in Missouri, the St. Louis metro area, and St. Charles County. In addition, the institute's website includes a collection of up-to-date analysis and commentary of its own and from external sources.

School of Arts, Media, and Communications, Academics, General

Lindenwood’s advertising and strategic communications students recently received a special Judge’s Citation Award: Bright Idea for the creative idea of a "reverse trade show" at the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC). In addition, Instructor of Advertising and Public Relations Patrick Longo was named Advisor of the Year for his dedication to the competition and his team.

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