Students arriving on the Lindenwood Belleville campus in the fall will have a dramatically new dining experience at Matt’s Café. Lindenwood’s Board of Directors has approved a partnership with Pedestal Foods to overhaul the dining experience at both the St. Charles and Belleville campuses. The Belleville plan will cost nearly $500,000 and includes the expansion of Matt’s Café, which will nearly triple in size, and the creation of an outdoor dining area connected to the campus’ sunken garden. A generous donation from the Fred J. Kern family is helping make this expansion possible.
The Lindenwood University system has entered into a partnership with Barnes & Noble College to bring a new bookstore and apparel experience to its campuses in St. Charles, Mo., and Belleville, Ill. The agreement takes effect April 18.
Lindenwood University adjunct instructor David Hood, who teaches Virtualization and Cloud Computing in the School of Accelerated Degree Programs, has received his commission as an officer in the Air Force.
Brad Wachler has been hired as the vice president for intercollegiate athletics at Lindenwood University’s St. Charles campus, effective July 1.
Dr. M. Gene Henderson, professor emeritus and former dean of education at Lindenwood, passed away on Monday, February 15, 2016, in St. Louis, Mo.
Under Armour’s growth has been exploding worldwide, and it continues in the Midwest. The Lindenwood University system has signed a five-year agreement with Under Armour to be the exclusive outfitter of its sports teams on the St. Charles, Mo., and Belleville, Ill. campuses.
The Lindenwood University Department of Nonprofit Administration will hold a Nonprofit Bootcamp on Saturday, April 30, at the university’s Belleville, Ill., campus. Designed for nonprofit professionals interested in building their skills and knowledge base, the event is a follow-up to one held at Lindenwood’s St. Charles, Mo., campus in August.
While pursuing his bachelor’s in business administration at Lindenwood University, Martin O’Brien (’08 and ’09) had aspirations to make his living playing golf. He earned his MBA instead and now runs a successful oyster business at his native Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Carol Transou graduated with a history degree in 1958. She’d gone to college with 13 other girls from her hometown high school outside of Nashville, Tenn.
A team of Lindenwood University’s Department of Nonprofit Administration undergraduate students and a faculty member were presented a national award by the Small Business Institute in New Orleans at a conference Feb. 11 to 13.