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Friday, Sep 22, 2017
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A Lincoln University professor is one of only 20 participants selected after a nationwide nominating process for a workshop with Historically Black College and University faculty.

Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017
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Lincoln University has been selected to host a Fulbright Scholar for the second time in two years. Euclides Gonçalves is co-founder and director of Kaleidoscopio.

Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017
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Lincoln University’s Male Initiative Program is pleased to announce the return of the Lincoln University campus barber. 

Monday, Sep 11, 2017
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During the month of September, Lincoln University is joining colleges and universities across the country participating in National Campus Safety Awareness Month.

Friday, Sep 08, 2017
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Lincoln has not yet received appropriations from the State of Pennsylvania for the FY 2017-18. These appropriations from the State account for 25 percent of our operating budget. 

Thursday, Sep 07, 2017
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Lincoln University has been ranked No. 1 among all four-year universities in Pennsylvania for student mobility according to a new study.

The mobility rate is the percentage of students who come from families in the bottom fifth of incomes and end up in the top fifth of incomes.

On the list of more than 2,200 colleges, in Pennsylvania among four-year schools ranked highest for mobility are (in order): Lincoln, University of the Sciences, Drexel, and Temple.

Thursday, Sep 07, 2017
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Homecoming has been a hallmark event at Lincoln for more than a century.

Thursday, Sep 07, 2017
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From her early days as an advocate for adolescent and reproductive health and civil rights, to her current work as executive director of Promise Heights, an academic‒community partnership in one of Baltimore’s neediest communities, Bronwyn Mayden is dedicated to improving the lives of young people and their families.

Thursday, Sep 07, 2017
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In July 2017, Brenda A. Allen became Lincoln’s first alumna president and only the second female president in its 163 year history. In a sit-down interview in the stately 1906 President’s Residence, she recalled her first memories of campus, her most influential professors, and the vision that becomes more crystalized each day she listens to the many stakeholders at Lincoln—a vision that involves returning to Lincoln’s roots as a liberal arts institution.

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