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September 2009

Registration Begins for Homecoming & Reunion October 9-10

The 2009 Homecoming and Reunion is just around the corner, and the Alumni Office is looking forward to honoring the classes of 1949, 1959, 1969, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1999, and 2004.

Discover something old and something new at this year’s Reunion with events, such as, our traditional Friday night Alumni and Friends Reception, Saturday’s Homecoming parade, Alumni BBQ Luncheon, and Homecoming Football Game.

Homecoming and Reunion is a great opportunity to reunite with old friends, return to the beautiful Lindenwood campus, and enjoy the weekend’s festivities. We encourage all alumni to contact your former classmates and to attend this year’s events.

[ Make your reservations today ]
We hope to see you October 9-10!

Students Pinned at First-Ever Belleville Campus Convocation

Students, faculty, staff, and administrators assembled Wednesday for the Lindenwood University’s first-ever convocation ceremony at its Belleville campus.

President James D. Evans and vice presidents Jann Weitzel and Jerry Bladdick welcomed the university’s historic first group of undergraduate day students in Belleville. After remarks from administrators, each Lindenwood employee at the Belleville campus “adopted” a group of students and offered them a Lindenwood pin, and the students later pinned one another. Bladdick told students to keep the pins in anticipation of wearing them on their regalia when they become Lindenwood’s first graduating class from the daytime Belleville campus.

After the convocation ceremony, everyone gathered outside for the ceremonial planting of a Linden tree.

Chicago Area Alumni Gathering on Sept. 19

Join us and other Chicago-area alumni for a luncheon and networking opportunity. Mingle with local alums, reminisce with your old friends and former classmates, and hear about the exciting things happening at Lindenwood. President James D. Evans and Mrs. Evans look forward to meeting you and encourage you to attend. Lunch will be provided and guests are welcome to attend.

Saturday, September 19, 2009
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Mon Ami Gabi- French Bistro
260 Oakbrook Center
Oak Brook, Illinois 60523

Ample parking is available. Valet parking is also available for $4 per car.

We look forward to seeing you there and hope that you will join us. RSVP by September 15, to Whitney Fraier, Director of Alumni Relations at wfraier@lindenwood.edu or 636-949-4975.

St. Charles Alumni Club 15th Annual Fashion Show

The St. Charles Alumni Club’s 15th Annual Fashion Show, Luncheon, Silent Auction and Raffle will be held this year on Saturday, September 26, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lindenwood University Club.

This Lindenwood tradition raises funds for scholarships for Lindenwood students. Enjoy a gourmet luncheon, the latest fashions by Thro’s and Michelle’s modeled by Lindenwood students and alumni, a silent auction with a variety of amazing items, and a raffle with a 32-inch HDTV as the grand prize.

Silent auction items are also being requested and if you would like to donate an item, please feel free to contact St. Charles Club President, Barbara Broadfoot, at 636-723-7671 or lbroadfo@yahoo.com.

Tickets to the fashion show may also be purchased for $25 by contacting Ticket Chair, Carol Hamel, at 636-379-9940 or by contacting the Lindenwood alumni office at 636-949-4975.

Come out and support this great event to raise scholarships for Lindenwood students!

Lindenwood University-Belleville Campus Anniversary Celebration & Open House

We invite all alumni to join us on Wednesday, October 21, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. and the greater Belleville community, in celebrating the 6th anniversary of the opening of the Lindenwood-Belleville campus.

Please join us for free food, entertainment, campus tours, and fun. Mingle and network with alums and students, reminisce with your friends, former classmates and professors, and hear about the exciting things happening at the Belleville campus.

To RSVP please contact the Alumni Office at alumni@lindenwood.edu or 636-949-4975 by October 16.

Keith “Feetz” Fietsam Scholarship Day at Busch Stadium

Join Lindenwood University, friends, and family of alumnus Keith Fietsam as we celebrate Fietsam Day at the ballpark. Enjoy the last St. Louis Cardinal’s home game of the regular season on Sunday, October 4, at 1:15 p.m., as we honor the memory of Keith Fietsam.

Keith Fietsam was a 2003 undergraduate with a B.S. in Human Resources and a 2005 graduate with an M.S. in Human Resources. Keith brought his faith in God, life, energy, and intelligence to the classroom, his fellow students, and to the game of baseball. He played and coached the sport throughout his career at Lindenwood and beyond. On campus, Keith was instrumental in spearheading sport activities; he was a young man who enjoyed meeting and getting to know those around him both at the University and in the community.

His wife, Katie Fietsam (’06), has established a scholarship to honor his memory and to bring worthy student athletes to study and play the sport of baseball at Lindenwood University. In addition, the Keith Fietsam Scholarship Fund has sponsored this day at the ballpark, tickets are $30 and proceeds go to benefit the scholarship fund. To purchase tickets, please email keithfietsamscholarshipfund@gmail.com.

Lindenwood Psychology Department Seeks Volunteers

Lindenwood University is proud to host the Fifth Annual Missouri Undergraduate Psychology Conference (MUPC) on Friday, November 6th and Saturday November 7th, in the Spellmann Center (www.lindenwood.edu/mupc). Lindenwood is the third host institution for this relatively new conference; the past two hosts, Avila University and Northwest Missouri State University are both in the west end of the state, and we are excited to bring the conference to Lindenwood to attract our east-side neighbors to this conference. Lindenwood has already contributed to the growth of the conference by introducing a new conference mascot and by hosting the conference on two days rather than one as in past years.

Lindenwood psychology majors have been presenting their original research projects at past MUPC conferences and many have received awards for their outstanding performance. This year’s conference will feature Dr. Henry L. Roediger III of Washington University as the keynote speaker and a Friday night pizza session with exchange tables highlighting various useful topics including how to prepare for the Graduate Record Exams (GRE), how to prepare a winning resume, and the like. We are also looking for volunteer psychology alumni to come share their post-graduate experiences with the students at these tables on Friday evening. If you are interested in helping out, please contact the MUPC committee, mupc@lindenwood.edu or Dr. Michiko Nohara-LeClair at mnohara-leclair@lindenwood.edu.

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