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Interested in faculty positions at Lindenwood? Get to know about each of our seven academic schools below.

Ready to complete an application? Visit our career opportunities website, where you can browse through open positions for full-time and part-time teaching appointments across our various programs. 

School of Accelerated Degree Programs

School of Accelerated Degree Programs

With programs designed to meet the needs of nontraditional students, courses in the School of ADP are taught in the evening or online format as single 3-semester credit courses and 9-credit course clusters over 12-week quarters. ADP faculty members participate in teaching, academic advising, program design and scheduling, student mentoring, and recruiting and the supervision of adjunct faculty.

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School of Arts, Media, and Communications

School of Arts, Media, and Communications

Housed in the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts, the School of AMC comprises programs in the visual and performing arts, journalism, advertising, public relations, and more. Faculty members bring their many years of professional experience to the classroom and are dedicated to helping students transfer academic knowledge into their future careers.

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Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship

Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship

Lindenwood's business school is one of the largest in the region and offers opportunities for specialization in twelve separate business fields. Faculty members bring both academic and professional achievement to the classroom, with a majority holding a doctoral degree in specialty fields and significant first-hand experience in the business world. The PSB&E emphasizes entrepreneurship, early student contact with the business world, and extensive faculty-student interaction.

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School of Education

School of Education

The mission of the School of Education at Lindenwood University is to prepare educators, counselors, and leaders who meet the standards set forth by national accrediting organizations, state licensing agencies, and/or other learned societies. School of Education faculty collaborate with colleagues from many schools and community organizations to deliver outstanding learning opportunities for all students.

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School of Humanities

School of Humanities

School of Humanities faculty members are committed scholars and teachers with earned doctorates in their areas of focus who support students in their roles as instructors, mentors, and academic advisors. Within the scope of the university's mission, humanities courses aim to encourage global, interdisciplinary perspectives that will prepare students for their professional careers in an increasingly interconnected world.

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School of Health Sciences

School of Health Sciences

Health sciences faculty members blend theoretical concepts within their field of study with real world applications to give students a diverse educational experience. By implementing a highly integrated educational model with rigorous coursework and clinical observations and experiences, our professors and instructors are committed to preparing all students for professional success.

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School of Sciences

School of Sciences

The School of Sciences faculty is made up of active instructors and researchers who bring years of professional experience into the classroom. They lead students in the development of adaptive thinking and problem-solving skills by encouraging independent research and active participation in internships and community-focused projects and programs.

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Employee News Spotlight

Employee Spotlight

Fetters, LARC Featured in Library Journal Article

The media center and gaming center in the Library and Academic Resources Center was featured in a larger article in Library Journal titled “Labs in Libraries.” Digital Librarian Michael Fetters was quoted in the article; the material on Lindenwood is located in the middle of the article. The other schools featured in the article are University of Rhode Island, University of Washington Health Sciences Library, and University of Oklahoma.

Employee Spotlight

Nancy Schneider Nominated Most Valuable Person in the Life of a Student

Nancy Schneider, associate professor and coordinator of elementary student teaching, was recently nominated for a Most Valuable Person in the Life of a Student Award. Most Valuable Professional Development recently published the nominees, which include 15 educators from across the county. The winner will be decided by online voting on the award site.

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