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Celebrate Black History Month with World Premiere of Multi-Media Performance Ratoon

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA.—Lincoln University announces the world premiere of Ratoon, a multi-media meditation on the global impact of sugar cane plantations and industry on the land and people of the Black Diaspora. This artistic collaboration features documentary photographer and 2023 Guggenheim Fellow Sasha Phyars-Burgess, 2023 Philadelphia Cultural Treasure Fellow, 2015 Pew Fellow, and 2016 Philadelphia Poet Laureate, Yolanda Wisher, and 2023 Pew Fellow, jazz pianist and composer, Sumi Tonooka. February 12, 2024 Category: ,

Lincoln Student Takes Home Award at the 2023 Data Science Symposium

Iteoluwa Ibitoye, a junior and double major in Mathematics and Computer Science programs, was selected to give a lightening talk and won the Best Poster award in the undergraduate posters category for her research: “Data Alignment Techniques in Railway Track Inspection: A Comparative Study.” October 01, 2023 Category: ,

Lincoln University Named Fulbright HBCU Institutional Leader by the U.S. Department of State

Lincoln University is proud to be named as a Fulbright Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Institutional Leader for 2023. Each year, the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) recognizes the strong engagement of select HBCUs with the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government's flagship international academic exchange program. October 01, 2023 Categories: Students Spotlight News, Campus News,

Lincoln University NSF Grant Award to Establish HBCU Undergraduate Center for Forensic Science

Lincoln University has been awarded a $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to establish an HBCU Undergraduate Center for Forensic Science. The goal of the center is to promote diversity in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) while providing students with the foundational skills necessary to excel in forensic science graduate programs and/or crime laboratories. October 01, 2023 Categories: Campus News, Spotlight News, Students

Lincoln University Expands Division of Student Success to Support Resource Alignment and Collaboration

The Division of Student Success was created as part of the University's Strategic Plan, intended to facilitate communication, accountability and collaboration. The initial phase created Class Deans, merging academic support, advising and student affairs functions into a new unit under the leadership of a new Vice President for Student Success. With this expansion, the Division of Student Success will oversee enrollment management functions such as admissions, financial aid, registrar and veteran's affairs. August 06, 2023 Categories: Admission, Admission, Students Campus News, Spotlight News,

Lincoln among Seven HBCUs to Receive Funding to Enhance Their Technology Infrastructure

The Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration has announced that it has awarded 12 grants as part of the Connecting Minority Communities Pilot Program. These grants, totaling more than $33.5 million, will expand community technology hubs, upgrade classroom technology, and increase digital literacy skills at 12 minority-serving colleges and universities in 10 states. February 20, 2023 Categories: Campus News, Spotlight News,

Wayne National Forest Hosts Lincoln Students Through Cultural Heritage in the Forest Program

The Wayne National Forest hosted a group of anthropology students from Lincoln University. The visit was part of the new Cultural Heritage in the Forest program, which was developed by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) and the USDA Forest Service’s Heritage Program. The program’s goal is to introduce young professionals from diverse backgrounds to careers in conservation, historic preservation, and cultural resource management. September 27, 2022 Category: Campus News,

HBCU Kings and Queens Conference

"As we wrap up the last night of the conference, I am elated to share with you that we took home our first win." said Lyndsay Raymond, Executive Director for Student Success. "The Fantastic Five won an award at the end of Conference ball for the Best Court Photo of 2022. We also had our Mister Legacy - Nicholas Hinson-Mcneil be nominated for Most Supportive Court member. " August 01, 2022 Categories: Students Spotlight News, Campus News,

Lincoln's Food Lion Feeds Initiative

As part of their Food Lion Feeds Initiative, Lincoln University of PA was able to donate a truckload of nonperishables, toiletries, and hygiene products to Tapestry Charter School. Their food pantry directly supports the families and community of Buffalo, NY, specifically those affected by the devastating tragedy in the Tops supermarket on Jefferson Avenue. June 08, 2022 Categories: Spotlight News, Campus News,

HBCU Student Ambassadors and Advisors Empowering the Community with Health and Wellness Initiative

One of the DREF Research Matters signature programs is the HBCU Research Accelerates Possibilities (R.A.P.) Sessions. Continuing with its second virtual year, the culturally relevant themes fashioned to empower the HBCU campus community supports the overall mission of the NIH’s All of Us Research Program. The HBCU selected student ambassador from Lincoln University is Ms. Kimora Bowles. May 05, 2022 Category: Campus News,

Dr. Tricia Rose, Hip-Hop Scholar And Author, To Deliver Lincoln University Commencement Address

The Class of 2022 will be celebrated at a graduation ceremony on the campus at 11 a.m. Sunday, May 15. More than 450 graduates will be honored. Tricia Rose, Ph.D. and the Honorable Dr. Clifford E. DeBaptiste, MHS ’84, the founder, owner and CEO of DeBaptiste Funeral Homes and Milestone Events, LLC—who has served the Chester County community for more than 67 years—will also receive honorary doctor of humane letters degrees. May 03, 2022 Category: Campus News,

WRC Staff attend conference

Lincoln University Writing and Reading Center staff attend MAWCA Conference Lincoln University Writing and Reading Center tutors; Dajah Burrows, Tamia Lawrence, Ezekiel Quattlebaum, and Dr. Samaa Gamie attended the 2022 Mid-Atlantic Writing Center Association (MAWCA) Conference hosted by the University of Maryland Writing Center on Saturday, April 2, 2022. April 20, 2022 Category: Campus News,