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Lindenwood Conducts Esports Study
The Linden Gold, Athletics, College of Science, Technology, and Health, Academics, General

In the digital age, Esports has boomed. High schools have clubs and competitive teams, and students can join teams at the university level for athletic scholarships. Lindenwood has their own Esports team, and the Exercise Science department is getting in on the action.

To Boldly Go into Dynamic Equations on Time Scales
The Linden Gold, Academics, College of Science, Technology, and Health, General

“I keep coming back to a line by Captain Kirk in Star Trek V: ‘it was there,’” stated Dr. Nicholas Wintz, Associate Professor of Mathematics at the College of Science, Technology, and Health at Lindenwood University regarding his inspiration for working on dynamic equations on time scales.

Fostering Inter-Cultural Growth and Success at Lindenwood
The Linden Gold, Academics, College of Arts and Humanities, General

Dr. Gabriela Romero-Ghiretti, Department Head of Modern Languages for the College of Arts and Humanities at Lindenwood University, is active in the local Hispanic community and has been working to foster success in community engagement with multiple cultures both here and abroad.

Faculty Discussions on Dr. Heidenreich’s ‘Thinking Aloud’ Podcast
The Linden Gold, Academics, College of Arts and Humanities, General

“Frankly, there’s a lot out there [to learn] . . . and my goal is to introduce people to things they otherwise might not have thought about,” explained Dr. Donald Heidenreich, talking about his aims and aspirations for his newest undertaking, a discussion-based podcast titled “Thinking Aloud.”

Celebrating Women in Business
The Linden Gold, Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship, Academics, General

Halfway through the semester is no time to slow down. Taking care to focus on learning opportunities outside the classroom is a great way to stay motivated. Students in the Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship had the exciting opportunity to see two events as part of the Global Women Entrepreneurship Week (WEW). On October 18-22, 2021, Lindenwood joined in the international celebration featuring events that highlight businesses or non-profits that have a female founder.

Lindenwood’s Top Business Students Selected for Regional Business Council Mentor Program
The Linden Gold, Academics, Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship, General

Every year, the best students from Lindenwood’s Robert W. Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship are selected to be a part of the Regional Business Council’s (RBC) Mentor Network program. RBC is an organization made up of business leaders and companies in St. Louis and the surrounding areas.

Lindenwood Alumna Helps Unearth the Trail of Tears
The Linden Gold, Alumni & Donors, General

As Missouri celebrates its bicentennial this year, people across the state are working on projects to celebrate its history and heritage. One alumna, Erin Whitson ‘08, is currently working on a project with the Missouri Humanities Council. It focuses on the Trail of Tears and its path through the state. Her passion for her work can be traced back to her coursework at Lindenwood.

Lindenwood Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi Project, “Celebrating the Educators in Our Lives,” Selected as 2020-2021 Silver Winner
The Linden Gold, Academics, General

Despite the challenges of the past year, the Lindenwood chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) displayed excellence in their work. KDP is an International Honor Society in Education founded in 1911 to support and promote fellowship among educators. Their effort to celebrate teachers and teaching earned the Tau Phi chapter a 2020-2021 silver award from KDP International for their project, “Celebrating the Educators in Our Lives.” The chapter received both the 2020-2021 Community Service Chapter Program Award and the 2020-2021 Chapter Program Award for their Literacy Alive! program.

Art Students Create Dunkin’ Donuts Mural
The Linden Gold, College of Arts and Humanities, Academics, General

This semester, two Lindenwood University students painted a mural in the St. Charles Dunkin’ Donuts located on S. Fifth Street. The piece showcases the history and beauty of Lindenwood and St. Charles while representing the supreme talent of Lindenwood’s art programs.