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Security Update|Email Circulating to Lincoln Students January 25, 2016

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.

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Julian Bond Celebration of Life Memorial Held

Julian Bond Celebration of Life Memorial held on January 14, 2016. Learn more.

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Transportation Fellows participate in national conference

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.

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President Richard Green's Newsletter

The January 12, 2016 issue of From My Desk to Yours, The President's Newsletter from Interim President, Richard Green, Ph.D. is now available to read online.

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Julian Bond Celebration January 14

Julian Bond Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held January 14. Learn more.

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Read the January 2016 Issue of The Lincoln Review

The January 2016 issue of The Lincoln Reviewis now available to read online.

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Philadelphia Police captain and alumna donates $50,000 to establish endowed scholarship

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.