Nominations for 2019 Lincoln University Athletics Hall of Fame Class to Open on November 12.
The Athletics Department will begin accepting nominations for the 2019 Athletics Hall of Fame Class. The deadline to submit an application is January 15, 2019
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awards $500,000 grant to fund humanities research, teaching
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Lincoln University a grant to invest in its teaching pedagogy and humanities programs thanks to a proposal submitted by President Brenda A. Allen.
Lincoln University and EPA Expand Partnership President Brenda A. Allen and EPA regional administrator Cosmo Servidio joined together to sign a renewed Memorandum of Understanding to enhance research, teaching, outreach, career development and stewardship in the environmental sciences.
LEAPS - T hosts 23rd annual science fair
More than 140 students, faculty, and alumni attended the 23rd annual Science Fair and Poster Presentation organized by Lincoln’s Excellent Academic Program in Science – Transformation also known as LEAPS-T.
Lions Volleyball Team Signs Nine-Year Old Eva Nelson from Team IMPACT Head coach Jill Freese and the women's volleyball program announced the signing of nine-year-old Eva Nelson from Parkesburg, Pennsylvania at a Signing Day ceremony at Manuel Rivero Hall Friday evening.
Edward S. Cooper, M.D. '46 received the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. After receiving his doctor of medicine degree from Meharry Medical College, he was a cardiologist at Philadelphia General Hospital and later joined the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
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Lincoln president participates in inaugural UNCF Philadelphia Leaders’ Luncheon panel
President Brenda A. Allen joined the inaugural UNCF Philadelphia Leaders’ Luncheon at the Union League of Philadelphia to reflect on the impact of HBCUs and the changing role of education in a fast-paced, global world.