Lion - Reconnecting With Lincoln's Roots: Rebirth Of A Liberal Arts Education

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. September 07, 2017 Category: Campus News,

Lion - Improving Young Lives

Bronwyn Mayden ’74 serves as the assistant dean in the University of Maryland School of Social Work and as executive director of Promise Heights. She has an extensive history in program planning, policy development, community organizing, health promotion and marketing in the public and nonprofit arenas. As assistant dean, she is responsible for the overall performance and viability of the Office of Continuing Professional Education — the second largest continuing profession education program for social workers in the country. September 07, 2017 Category: Campus News,

Lion - University Begins Annual Fund Campaign

Alumni volunteers, faculty, staff, and University officials gathered for Lincoln University’s Annual Fund Campaign Kick-Off reception in the lobby of the university’s International Cultural Center on Friday, February 10. July 06, 2017 Category: Campus News,

Lion - Black Vietnam War Novel Wins Fifth Literary Award

“A Long Way Back” author and alumnus J. Everett Prewitt’s Vietnam War tale about black soldiers thought mysteriously killed in action received its fifth literary award: first place in historical fiction at the Independent Publishers of New England Conference late last year. July 06, 2017 Category: Campus News,

Lion - Seven Lincoln Alumni Appointed To Philadelphia Mayor’s Commission

Seven Lincoln University alumni have been appointed to the Mayor’s Commission of African American Males for the City of Philadelphia. The Commission, announced by Mayor Jim Kenney at an October 18, 2016 press conference, will study the varying and diverse conditions of Black men in Philadelphia and provide yearly reports of recommendations to the Mayor on how to affect positive outcomes for Black men and boys. July 06, 2017 Category: Campus News,

Lion - A Passion At Work

Lamont McKellar ’00 didn’t graduate from Lincoln with a business or education degree. He was active in the Lincoln Advanced Science and Engineering Reinforcement program—commonly referred to as the LASER program—and majored in chemistry. July 06, 2017 Category: Campus News,