Lindenwood University-Belleville recently named Donna Osborne Bradley as the new director of Graduate Criminal Justice Programs for the Office of Accelerated Degree Programs.
Lindenwood University-Belleville Education and Counseling Division Chair Steve Suess started the tradition of organizing staff and students to collect school supplies for area elementary school students a few years ago because he thought it was a worthy cause.
Lindenwood Belleville senior Emily Fox hopes to be an agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation after she graduates. So, imagine her excitement when, over the course of five days during the summer break, she was able to live the life of an FBI agent including working in explosives disposal training, mock criminal investigations, firing a gun on a shooting range, and searching vehicles for evidence.
When she was granted an internship practicum serving with the United State Air Force’s 375th Security Squadron at Scott Air Force base, criminal justice student Ginger Stockett knew that she’d never forget the experience. What Stockett didn’t know when she started her 150 hours of service in July was that she would leave a permanent mark on the people who hosted her internship.
Lindenwood University- Belleville received a generous gift in the amount of $40,000 from Ameren Illinois to support the building of a makerspace where students can learn through doing and collaborating.
If you’re an educator with questions about the future of teaching or an administrator with ideas to share about how things could be done better, come discuss them with your peers at Edcamp, from 8 a.m. until noon on Wednesday, July 26, on the campus of Lindenwood University-Belleville.
Emmanuel Forbes is a familiar face to students and staff members at Lindenwood University-Belleville, where he’s known simply as “Manny.” He stood in the Alice E. Ackermann Welcome Center, dutifully attending a ceremony to announce the winner of the 2017 campus employee of the year award. Forbes never suspected that the honor was going to be presented to him.
Lindenwood University-Belleville education and counseling division chairman Steve Suess passed away unexpectedly Tuesday while on vacation with his family.
Students attending the seventh-annual edition of Camp Lynx Tales at Lindenwood University-Belleville not only learned a lot about reading and writing. They learned a lot of what it takes to make a good superhero, too.
The Lindenwood University-Belleville Athletic Department and Athletic Director Ryan Kaiser are pleased to announce Alex Ilchenko as the lynx men and women’s swim coach. “Alex Ilchenko is a rising star in the swimming world,” said Kaiser. “He will identify with our student-athletes as he has the ability to connect on such a diverse level. He’s the makeup of our team.”