Lincoln seeks Increased International Enrollment and Collaboration
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Lincoln University, Pa. – Lincoln University leaders met with officials from the University of New York in Prague, Czech Republic and the Consulate of Mexico in Philadelphia on September 27 to discuss new collaborations.
Since 2014, Lincoln has partnered with University of New York in Prague through its membership in the College Consortium of International Studies, and is exploring new ways to collaborate. Lincoln’s first students through the consortium studied at UNYP in 2015. The Consulate of Mexico, however, is interested in learning about Lincoln’s involvement with the Mexican community and how Lincoln could serve as an option for Mexican students.
Among those participating in the meetings included: Richard Green, interim president of the University; Patricia Ramsey, provost and vice president of academic affairs; Constance Lundy, director of international programs and services; Kimberly Taylor-Benns, associate vice president of enrollment management; Carol Ann K. George, associate professor and faculty coordinator for general education; Sotiris Foutsis, general manager at UNYP,, and George Kokkalos, director of admissions, at UNYP; and Alicia Kerber, Consulate of Mexico; and Carlos Torres-Corona, also from the Consulate of Mexico.
Article by Eric Christopher Webb ’91, Office of Communications & Public Relations. Photos taken by the Office of Communications & Public Relations.