Vail Hall Board Room
Ivory V. Nelson, Vice President William B. Bynum, Vice President
Hill, Vice President Howard E. Merlin, Vice President Grant D.
John O. Chikwem, Dr. Judith A.W. Thomas, Dr. Gladys J. Willis and Ms.
Brunner for Ms. Diane M. Brown.
Cabinet minutes of January 8,
2008, were approved as corrected.
Middle States Evaluator Visit
President Nelson announced that
Dr. Stanton Biddle, Middle States Evaluator, is on campus today and is
scheduled to meet with various constituents of the University.
PA DGS Projects
Since December 10, the
departments of Physical Plant and IT have had the arduous task of
offices, classrooms and equipment from University Hall, Ware Center,
Graduate Center and the Library. President Nelson asked all staff
for their patience and assistance with Physical Plant and the IT
during this very difficult and demanding time.
Division updates to the
University’s Strategic Plan are due February 2008.
Vice President Venerable
presented a copy of the “Policy Overview” for the Step-To-College
has sixty “special admit” students enrolled in the Program at the Graduate Center. A copy of the
Overview” will be forwarded to the Admissions, Registrar and Student
Cabinet members and Deans
discussed the operation, training and maintenance of the new equipment
in Ware Center.
Dean Willis reported that there
will be a formal friend-raiser celebration of University Hall and Ware Center
on March 8, 2008.
Board of Trustees Distinguished Faculty Awards
LUC-AAUP and the Administration
have reached an agreement regarding the Lincoln University Board of
Distinguished Faculty Awards. The 2007 awards will be honored.
President Nelson requested Special
Editions of the Lincoln Review highlighting the accomplishments
President Nelson asked Vice
President Venerable to announce University-wide that Lincoln University
no longer provides pre-registration for courses.
The Christian R. and Mary F.
The Deans are to identify and
submit to the Vice President for Academic Affairs up to three
the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award and Minority Junior Faculty
Programs. The deadline for each application is February 29, 2008.
DEVELOPMENT AND EXTERNAL
Amos Lecture Series
Vice President Hill indicated
that the Amos Lecture Series must be controlled by the Faculty Lectures
Recitals Committee. Dean Chikwem will incorporate this year’s
the Annual Science Conference to be held March 15, 2008.
FY08 Enrollment as of 01.14.08;
the Statement of Activities for 6-Months Ending 12.31.07; Variance
(12.31.07 Actual v. 12.31.07 Budget) and the Conformance Report by
Department for the period 07.01.07—12.31.07 were presented and
STUDENT AFFAIRS AND ENROLLMENT
Vice President Bynum reported
that the first Student Body Meeting was held on January 14, 2008, and
home CIAA men’s basketball game (St. Paul University)
was held on January 10, 2008.
An Emergency Notification System
meeting has been scheduled for January 23, 2008. The system will
a horn, text, email, pop-up alert and electrical sign notifications.
Vice President Bynum presented a
draft Readmission Policy Statement and Procedure for review.
There being no further
business, President Nelson adjourned the meeting at 12:45 p.m.
President's Information Exchange.
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