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.
Edward Morris, Lindenwood professor of finance and former dean of the Robert W. Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship, will be a featured speaker for Columbia University’s Lehman Center at noon on Feb. 16. Morris will speak about his book, Wall Streeters: The Creators and Corruptors of American Finance, which was published in October 2015.
For the fifth time in six years, a team from Lindenwood University has won the Chevy Marketing Challenge, in which students from area colleges compete to produce promotional campaigns for St. Louis Chevy dealers.
Lindenwood University today announced that the Charles Koch Foundation has awarded $2 million in grant funding support for the John W. Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise in the University’s Robert W. Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship.
Julie Turner, associate professor in the Plaster School of Business and department chair of nonprofit administration, was recognized by the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Awards program on Nov. 22 at the Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis. The Excellence in Teaching Awards annually recognize more than 100 educators in the St. Louis metropolitan area – from kindergarten teachers to college professors – who are examples of excellence in their field.
Edward Morris, Lindenwood professor of finance and former dean of the Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship, recently spoke about and signed copies of his new book Wall Streeters: The Creators and Corruptors of American Finance at events at Left Bank Books and Lindenwood University.
The Hammond Institute’s Liberty & Ethics Center at Lindenwood University will present on Nov. 2 a forum aimed at reforming Missouri’s criminal justice system. Fittingly titled Left, Right, & Center, the forum will include local and state government office holders from both sides of the political spectrum, police officials, and representatives from organizations like the ACLU, the NAACP, and the Charles Koch Foundation.
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.
Cletus Coughlin, the senior vice president and chief of staff at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, is speaking to Lindenwood University students about monetary policy and the current market from 4 to 5:15 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 3, in Harmon Hall’s Dunseth Auditorium on the St. Charles campus. The title of the speech is “5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Ignition, Liftoff – But When?”
The Lindenwood University Department of Nonprofit Administration is looking for the toughest professionals to enter the Nonprofit Bootcamp: Is Your Nonprofit F.I.T. (Fundraising/Finance, Information Technology, Training & Development)? at Spellmann Center, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Aug. 14.