Science Building named after President

Science Building named after President Nelson

The Board of Trustees has named the new ultra-modern high-tech science building in honor of Dr. Ivory V. Nelson, the 12th President of Lincoln University. The building is now called the Ivory V. Nelson Center for the Sciences. A grand ceremony to mark the naming ceremony was held on Saturday, the 30th of April at 10:00 am. The ceremony was attended by several dignitaries including members of Lincoln's Board of Trustees, alumni, faculty, students and Mr. Richard Farley, representaeitive of KlingStubbins Architects.


Dean Chikwem, President Nelson and Mr. Richard Farley, representative of KlingStubbins Architects.
Stephanie Rand and Courtney Tipper awarded the President.

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