Nearly 20 students from Lindenwood University-Belleville opted for an alternative version of Spring Break and visited New Orleans, where they traded a week of their free time for volunteer work.
Lindenwood University Belleville Professor of Psychology Dr. Trisha Prunty and four of her students – Katie Landsbaum, Bessie Flores, Nikki Thomas, and Katie DeLuka – were selected as the recipients of the 2019 Instructional Recourse Award Grant by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology. The funding will be used to support a project entitled, “Using Guided Outlines for Principles of Psychology,” in which the four students will create guided notes as supplement for students in the university’s Principles of Psychology courses.
The Psychology Department at Lindenwood University-Belleville recently inducted four students into Psi Chi, the international honor society for psychology. Psi Chi is a club dedicated to the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship and advancing the science of
The Lindenwood University-Belleville Athletics Department will host its inaugural Lynx Collegiate Rugby 7s Tournament April 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Lynx Field, 2600 W. Main St., Belleville.
The Lindenwood University-Belleville Athletics Department is excited to announce that senior Maddison Beck, St. Louis, Mo., of the Lady Lynx soccer team has earned a summer internship as a strength and conditioning coach with the United States Ski and Snowboard Olympic Team.
The Lindenwood University-Belleville Division of Sciences recently held an event for Girl Scout Brownie Troop #1110 from Belle Valley Elementary School in the exercise science lab, hosted by Associate Professor of Exercise Science Dr. Lindy Rossow and Associate Professor of Biology Dr. Scott Shreve. Rossow and Shreve planned three different stations, showcasing the exercise science lab equipment, to give the girls a fun, hands-on glimpse into the world of what exercise science.
The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police recently published research conducted by Lindenwood University-Belleville Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Dr. Thomas Trice along with three of his students, Naomi-Denise Oudshoorn, Leiden, Netherlands; Peyton Rose, Manteca, Calif.; and Courtney Smith, Breese, Ill. Their research, Law Enforcement Leadership Through the Eyes of a Citizen: Why Real Leadership, Cultural Competency and Empathy Matter analyzed how police officers can better connect to communities through three key factors – leadership, cultural competency, and empathy.
The Lindenwood University-Belleville softball team is preparing to begin the 2019 season with high hopes. Despite finishing the 2018 campaign with a 24-22 (.522) record, the Lady Lynx missed out on the American Midwest Conference Tournament.
The No. 3-ranked Lindenwood University-Belleville women’s ice hockey team (16-4-3) is proud to announce that three Lady Lynx players, freshman goaltender Hannah Stone, junior forward Alicia Williams, and junior defenseman Katie Stelling, have been chosen to represent the United States at the 2019 World University Games in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, March 1-9.
Lindenwood University-Belleville’s Division Chair of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice Dr. Andrea Boyles is taking her profession to the global stage, as she attends the United Nations (UN) Commission of the Status of Women (CSW) in New York City this spring. As a member of the non-governmental organization, Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) and as co-chair of that organization’s Women of Color Committee, Boyles will join other experts in the field of gender equality as a catalyst for social change.