Lincoln University Trustee Donald C. Notice ’79 has served Lincoln University in a number of ways. Chief among his contributions to the campus is the internship and career readiness program that he founded for students attending Lincoln University.
Jason C. LaRosa ’04 recently won two Emmy Awards for his work at the Pittsburgh television station WPXI.
LaRosa, a technical director at WPXI, won the Emmys on September 9, 2017, at the annual awards ceremony of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Mid-Atlantic Chapter.
In October, Lincoln alumnus Dray Clark ’00 joined NBC10 news in Philadelphia as a reporter and weekend anchor.
When Frank Brown Jr. ’89 was a sophomore at Lincoln University, his father Frank Brown Sr., a prominent musician who worked with artist such as the Four Tops, recommended that he find more than one outlet to sustain himself financially upon graduating.
Nwachuku ’08 opens up about mental health and his awareness organization TalkNaija
Twenty years ago, Chinomso D. Nwachuku and his family entered the United States. As a 6th grader adjusting to life in America, Nwachuku — who was still learning English — experienced firsthand the mental toll that bullying has on a young child.
Sheila Y. Oliver ’74 Sworn In as the First African American Female Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey
Sheila Oliver made history on January 16, 2018, when she became the first African American lieutenant governor in the State of New Jersey. She is now the second highest-ranking official in the state and the first officer in line to succeed the governor of New Jersey.
Lincoln University’s Department of Computer Science plans to host an information technology summer camp for middle and high school students.
CBS affiliate KYW Newsradio recently named West Philadelphia native Marquis Butler a Philadelphia Game Changer at the CBS Broadcast Center.
Undergraduate students from a wide array of majors including anthropology, political science and biology recently conducted field research and participated in various lectures at the historic Kingdom of Lesotho and the Republic of South Africa.