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Apr 1

Updated Policies and Procedures

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Lindenwood University faculty and staff are working from home and all on-campus offices are closed to the public and university employees. Lindenwood personnel and offices are available for business by telephone and email to provide continuity in university operations and student support services. Please visit www.lindenwood.edu/coronavirus for more information.

Coronavirus COVID-19

Coronavirus COVID-19

In light of the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic, the Writing Center has shifted to an entirely virtual format. Please refer to the Virtual Writing Center page for more details. Asynchronous appointments may still be made via WCOnline.

Writing Center

The Writing Center emphasizes a personalized, collaborative approach that helps writers gain both confidence and competence in their writing skills. Our Writing Consultants are here to help students improve upon their writing skills through revising and tutoring sessions. We can assist students with in-progress or completed essays on various aspects: narrowing down topic choices; developing and supporting a working thesis statement; organizing an outline or rough draft; and integrating source material, information, and documentation into essays. We can also revise a rough draft, edit spelling mistakes, find grammatical errors, help students recognize areas that need rewording, and format a works cited/resources page.

Professors, please see Guide for Professors.

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School of Humanities News

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Humanities Students Earn National Publication, Pushcart Prize Nomination

The Lindenwood University School of Humanities is celebrating two significant student publishing successes by senior English majors Abigail Rose Manis and Emerson Holmes. Manis published a scholarly paper in a national peer-reviewed journal, and a creative work by Holmes published in 2019 was nominated for a prestigious Pushcart Prize.

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McMaken Delivers Public Lecture in Hanover, Germany

Dr. W. Travis McMaken, associate professor of religion and assistant dean of humanities at Lindenwood University, delivered a public lecture, “‘Freedom Is Not Free’: Karl Barth and American Politics” in Hanover, Germany, on Dec. 10, 2019.

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