The Department of Public Safety at Lincoln University officially moved operations to a new location on January 19. The 2,800 square foot modular unit was installed in December with utility hookup and access ramps installed in early January.
There was an email circulating January 25 addressed to Lincoln students about a threat of violence. Public Safety received the email and investigated its origin.
Upon further review and working with other agencies, it appears the threat was creditable and was directed at a high school in another state with the name "Lincoln" contained therein. The time frame for the threat has elapsed and it further appears that situation has been contained.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Lincoln University’s six Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation HBCU Fellows participated in a portion of the annual U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) annual Transportation Research Board conference in Washington, D.C. held Jan. 10 – 12.
In August, the DOT awarded the students a total of $40,000 in fellowship funding, who also received a one-time grant to attend the conference. Each recipient received between $3,500 and $10,000.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – A Philadelphia Police captain and alumna Jacqueline Bailey-Pittman, M.Ed. '00 donated $50,000 on Tuesday to establish the Jacqueline L. Bailey-Pittman Endowed Scholarship for Philadelphia students majoring in criminal justice at Lincoln University.
Students explore minor in entrepreneurship, compete in business plan competition
Lincoln University, PA – Student-run businesses in cosmetology, fashion, photography, culinary arts, graphic design, health and wellness, and audio communication were on display at the 2015 Entrepreneurship Expo yesterday at the Student Union Building.