Lindenwood University celebrated another exceptional fundraising campaign in its near 200-year history. From July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023, the University raised more than $5 million, making the last fiscal year a top-three fundraising finish.
University of Mosul President Dr. Kossay Alahmady made a weeklong visit to Lindenwood University that concluded last Friday.
Three Lindenwood University graduates represented District V at the 74th National Athletic Trainer’s Association’s Clinical Symposia and AT Expo Quiz Bowl in June at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
Four Lindenwood University students participated in a capstone project with the Missouri National Guard last spring.
Lindenwood University students studying recreation therapy practiced what they’ve learned in the classroom during a summer course. Processes and Techniques of Therapeutic Recreation allowed students to gain first-hand experience helping run and organize the Summer Splash event with the Missouri Disabled Waterski Association.
Lindenwood University students, alumni, and faculty participated in the making of the show, “The One Hour Star Wars Trilogy – A Parody” in July, which was performed at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center in St. Louis.
The 2023 football season kicks off today when Lindenwood University welcomes the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point to Hunter Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m., and a short fireworks display will follow the game.
Jim Mosquera has been appointed director of the John W. Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise within the Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship at Lindenwood University. He also will retain his duties as director of the Duree Center for Entrepreneurship.
For the second consecutive year, Lindenwood University hosted nearly 1,500 high school juniors on campus for the American Legion Boys State of Missouri and the American Legion Auxiliary Missouri Girls State.
Lillian Nix received the GeoFutures STL Scholarship, the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation announced recently. A junior at Lindenwood University, Nix is one of 21 students nationwide studying geospatial intelligence or a related field of study to receive a scholarship.