Lindenwood University is mourning the passing of longtime supporter, board member and alumna Dorothy DuQuoin Warner, 93, who died on July 14 at her home in New Hampshire.
At its annual retreat held on July 11-12, the Lindenwood University Board of Directors approved the opening of a new campus at 1409 Washington Avenue in St. Louis, very near the City Museum.
Lindenwood University announced today a new coaching staff for its national champion shooting program. Sgt. 1st Class Shawn Dulohery, an instructor and shooter for the United States Army Marksmanship Unit, is the new head coach. While Dulohery will begin to oversee the program immediately, he will not be involved in day-to-day operations until after completion of his remaining military commitment in the summer of 2009.
Lindenwood University’s administrative offices in Roemer Hall remain open despite a campus roadway and parking lot reconstruction project.
An MBA graduate from Lindenwood University was recognized June 6 at UMB Bank in St. Louis for winning the second annual Intercollegiate Investment Contest; the university received a $10,000 prize for winning the contest, which spanned 28 months, starting in 2005.
Lindenwood University has announced the addition of Brad Pearson as the school’s director of graduate business programs. In this new position, Pearson, a veteran MBA recruiter, will be responsible for promoting Lindenwood’s MBA programs.
Lindenwood University has announced that Dr. Anthony Clark will become the new director of its Institute for Study of Economics and the Environment (ISEE) beginning on July 1. The founding director, Dr. Kenneth Chilton, is retiring from the university.
The Daniel Boone Home and Boonesfield Village, owned and operated by Lindenwood University, will hold its Louisiana Purchase Day event on June 14.
Lindenwood University held its commencement exercises May 16 and 17, awarding a record number of degrees, including the first doctoral degrees in the school’s history.
Lindenwood University and AT&T are pleased to announce that, thanks to a $100,000 commitment by the company, four areas of the new Lindenwood Center for Fine and Performing Arts will bear the AT&T name.