The Duree Center for Entrepreneurship (DCE) at Lindenwood University, in conjunction with the Economic Development Center, will host the St. Charles Entrepreneurship Symposium from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sept. 29, 2012, in the university’s Spellmann Center.
Lindenwood University has been recognized for the fourth time in the annual “Great Colleges to Work For” report assembled by the Chronicle of Higher Education. The results of the study were released in the Chronicle’s fifth annual report on “The Academic Workplace” and were derived from a survey of more than 46,000 employees at 294 colleges and universities in the United States.
John Bowman, a law enforcement professional with nearly three decades of experience, has been hired as the new director of public safety and security at Lindenwood University. He is responsible for managing the department, developing and executing special event security plans, enforcing campus parking regulations, and addressing student and visitor concerns.
Lindenwood University alumnus Martin Linson has the honor of being the first competitor to have won a gold medal in the 2012 Olympic Games. He was awarded top prize in the International Olympic Committee Art Competition for his sculpture, "Omnipotent Triumph."
Lindenwood University has hired Rachel Lamp as its new Institutional Advancement Associate. She provides support in planning and executing alumni and development special events and assists with solicitation activities.
Lindenwood University has named Elizabeth King director of alumni relations. A two-time alumna of the university, King previously served as an advancement associate at Lindenwood, a position she started in August 2011.
The Missouri Colleges Fund (MCF) recently announced that Lindenwood University, St. Charles, Mo., has become its seventeenth member. Member schools are independent baccalaureate degree-granting liberal arts colleges and universities in the State of Missouri.
Lindenwood University President James D. Evans, PhD received notification today from the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) that the University has been granted provisional membership by the NCAA Division II Membership Committee. Lindenwood remains on track to become a full NCAA member for the 2013-14 school year.
Lindenwood’s student-run cable television station was one of the first educational TV outlets to offer a 24/7 video stream online. At the time it was first offered, the small display was the industry standard. Peter Carlos, LUTV Station Manager, is proud to announce that the streaming display has been upgraded.
Lindenwood University has hired Angela Royal as its new Director of Student Life and Leadership and Nicole Cornwell as Associate Director of Student Life and Leadership, effective July 2, 2012.