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From Lincoln Lion to Global Entrepreneur: Meet Alumna Keshia Butler-Thomas

Keshia Butler-Thomas, fondly known as Coach Kesh, is a vibrant presence in entrepreneurship, education, television, and more. Her unique path from a dedicated student at 鶹ýAVto a seasoned professional and influential figure in various fields is a testament to the transformative power of education and the enduring legacy of Lincoln University. Her journey from a Lincoln Lion to the dynamic entrepreneur she is today is a story that resonates with the transformative potential of education and the lasting impact of Lincoln University. May 31, 2024 Categories: Spotlight News, Alumni, Campus News,
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鶹ýAVAnnounces Five New Appointments to Board of Trustees

鶹ýAVannounces the appointment of five distinguished individuals to its Board of Trustees. The appointments were made during the recent Annual Meeting of the Board. These accomplished leaders bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the university, further enhancing its governance and strategic direction. May 20, 2024 Category: Campus News,
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Forging History: 鶹ýAVPartners with Getty Images to Illuminate Legacy and Safeguard Intellectual Heritage

Lincoln University, the nation’s first degree-granting Historically Black College and University (HBCU) established in 1854 and a leading institution renowned for its rich history and contributions to the community, is thrilled to announce a new content partnership with Getty Images, a preeminent global visual content creator and marketplace. March 24, 2024 Categories: Campus News, Alumni, Spotlight News, Students
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Lincoln Alum Dr. Marion Myers Lights Up Screens and Minds

We're thrilled to spotlight one of Lincoln University's distinguished alums, Dr. Marion Myers, class of 1975. Originally from Philadelphia and currently living and teaching in South Carolina, Dr. Myers, a visionary writer, educator, and now an executive producer/director, has been making waves in both the literary and entertainment industry, all stemming from her novel CYCLES, I’m Still Here!, which later became an award-winning television series produced and directed by Dr. Myers herself. March 16, 2024 Category: Alumni,
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Celebrate Black History Month with World Premiere of Multi-Media Performance Ratoon

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA.—鶹ýAVannounces the world premiere of Ratoon, a multi-media meditation on the global impact of sugar cane plantations and industry on the land and people of the Black Diaspora. This artistic collaboration features documentary photographer and 2023 Guggenheim Fellow Sasha Phyars-Burgess, 2023 Philadelphia Cultural Treasure Fellow, 2015 Pew Fellow, and 2016 Philadelphia Poet Laureate, Yolanda Wisher, and 2023 Pew Fellow, jazz pianist and composer, Sumi Tonooka. February 12, 2024 Category: Campus News,
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Lincoln Student Takes Home Award at the 2023 Data Science Symposium

Iteoluwa Ibitoye, a junior and double major in Mathematics and Computer Science programs, was selected to give a lightening talk and won the Best Poster award in the undergraduate posters category for her research: “Data Alignment Techniques in Railway Track Inspection: A Comparative Study.” October 01, 2023 Category: Students
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鶹ýAVNamed Fulbright HBCU Institutional Leader by the U.S. Department of State

鶹ýAVis proud to be named as a Fulbright Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Institutional Leader for 2023. Each year, the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) recognizes the strong engagement of select HBCUs with the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government's flagship international academic exchange program. October 01, 2023 Categories: Students Spotlight News, Campus News,
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鶹ýAVNSF Grant Award to Establish HBCU Undergraduate Center for Forensic Science

鶹ýAVhas been awarded a $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to establish an HBCU Undergraduate Center for Forensic Science. The goal of the center is to promote diversity in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) while providing students with the foundational skills necessary to excel in forensic science graduate programs and/or crime laboratories. October 01, 2023 Categories: Campus News, Spotlight News, Students
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鶹ýAVExpands Division of Student Success to Support Resource Alignment and Collaboration

The Division of Student Success was created as part of the University's Strategic Plan, intended to facilitate communication, accountability and collaboration. The initial phase created Class Deans, merging academic support, advising and student affairs functions into a new unit under the leadership of a new Vice President for Student Success. With this expansion, the Division of Student Success will oversee enrollment management functions such as admissions, financial aid, registrar and veteran's affairs. August 06, 2023 Categories: Admission, Students Campus News, Spotlight News,
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Lincoln among Seven HBCUs to Receive Funding to Enhance Their Technology Infrastructure

The Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration has announced that it has awarded 12 grants as part of the Connecting Minority Communities Pilot Program. These grants, totaling more than $33.5 million, will expand community technology hubs, upgrade classroom technology, and increase digital literacy skills at 12 minority-serving colleges and universities in 10 states. February 20, 2023 Categories: Campus News, Spotlight News,