The Dark Carnival – a Lindenwood University Resident Director Association (LURDA)-led, Halloween-themed party – will return for its sixth year on campus Oct. 28 from 7-11 p.m. The event is free to University students and members of the St. Charles community.
Fall 2015 marked a season of new beginnings for Lindenwood Belleville as a Lindenwood alumnus, Dr. Brett Barger (’93, ’98, and ’14), became the second president in campus history.
Peter Carlos, professor of digital cinema arts, will soon join the prestigious ranks of Lindenwood University’s Fulbright scholars: Ray Scupin, Michael Castro, Sue Tretter, and Ryan Guffey.
Lindenwood Belleville former head athletic trainer, Bill Dill, has been named the NAIA Athletic Trainer of the Year, as announced on Tuesday by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Dill was at the helm of the athletic training staff since the inception of the athletic program in 2009, and was given the task of building his own department. In just six years, Dill has taken this athletic training department and staff to heights unparalleled.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked Lindenwood University among the top regional universities in the Midwest, which consists of 12 states.
Deborah Kiel, PhD, RN, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies at Lindenwood University’s School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences, won the Terry Leet Researcher Award from the Maternal, Child, and Family Health Coalition of Greater St. Louis.
Lindenwood University recently helped facilitate Lemonade Week in the St. Charles and St. Louis areas, an event, running from Sept. 1-7, designed to teach children how to start their own businesses through the real-world experience of running a lemonade stand.
Each year, Lindenwood University-Belleville has the opportunity to give back to the community that has supported our growth for the past 12 years. This year, we invite you to join others in the Lindenwood community and show your support for those in need.
Lindenwood University students have launched a social media campaign to bring international superstar Taylor Swift to campus later this month, when she will be in St. Louis, Mo., for two concert performances Sept. 28 and 29. The campaign, started by the Lindenwood Legacy student newspaper and the online news outlet LindenLink, is quickly gaining steam and has gained local media attention from KTVI Fox 2 News.
Nationally recognized virologist Dr. Nathan Wolfe will speak in Lindenwood Theater at J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts on Sept. 15. Wolfe will present his speech, “Before It Strikes: Viral Forecasting for Pandemic Prevention,” at 7 p.m.