Students in the spring Horace Mann Bond Honors Program course titled Select Nile Valley Dynasties will participate in a twoweek long Egypt study tour this fall.
The University will preserve the family histories of descendants of Hinsonville or Lincoln University Village, an early African American settlement of free landowners and farmers, which formerly encompassed the campus and surrounding area, thanks to a $12,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant.
“A Long Way Back” author and alumnus J. Everett Prewitt’s Vietnam War tale about black soldiers thought mysteriously killed in action received its fifth literary award: first place in historical fiction at the Independent Publishers of New England Conference late last year.
Lamont McKellar ’00 didn’t graduate from Lincoln with a business or education degree. He was active in the Lincoln Advanced Science and Engineering Reinforcement program—commonly referred to as the LASER program—and majored in chemistry.
As we conclude another academic year, I reflect on the progress we have made toward some key imperatives outlined in the 2013-18 revised Strategic Plan.
Today marks the end of the first week of new students visiting campus for student testing and registration — or STAR — days.
Lincoln University Interim President Richard Green announced today the hiring of Harry O. Stinson III as the institution’s athletics director.
President Green and Board Chairwoman Kimberly A. Lloyd ’94 recently participated in an interview about several initiatives that were executed by the president under the guidance of the chairwoman over the last 24 months.
Fine attire was on full display at the fourth annual Chairlady’s Garden Party. More than 100 guests attended the June 17 event to benefit merit and need-based scholarships. Board of Trustees Chairwoman Kimberly A. Lloyd ’94 conceived the idea for the event.