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Call for Papers – Memory in Action Remembering the Past, Negotiating the Present, and Imagining the Future

Call for Papers –  Memory in Action: Remembering the Past, Negotiating the Present, and Imagining the Future | Saturday, March 28, 2015

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STATEMENT OF THE LINCOLN UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT DR. ROBERT R. JENNINGS REGARDING DEATH OF JAZMYN LEWIS ’14

Jazmyn Lewis, biology major and member of the Class of 2014It is with deep sadness that we mourn the loss of Jazmyn Lewis, biology major and member of the Class of 2014.  Her precious life was snatched away in the early morning of November 2, 2014 when the car she was a passenger in veered off the road and struck a guardrail. 

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THE LINCOLN UNIVERSITY CHOOSES MOSLEY TO LEAD STUDENT AFFAIRS

Dr. Juliana M. Mosley, new vice president for student affairs at The Lincoln UniversityLINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Dr. Juliana M. Mosley has been named vice president for student affairs at The Lincoln University, President Dr. Robert R. Jennings announced.

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CARNEGIE FELLOWSHIP SUPPORTS LINCOLN PROFESSOR’S RESEARCH IN NIGERIA

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Dr. Emmanuel D. Babatunde, The Lincoln University anthropology professor, has been chosen by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program to collaborate with an African higher education institution to identify healthy, indigenous foods that are disappearing from the local Nigerian table and suggest ways to bring them back.

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THE LINCOLN UNIVERSITY RECEIVED $100,000 GIFT TOWARD THE STUDENTS FIRST CAMPAIGN

Gift establishes scholarship to support students from or studying in Tanzania

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The Lincoln University Welcomes The Chamber Orchestra Of Philadelphia’s Spotlight On Kozasa Concert

Principal Violist Ayane Kozasa of Chamber Orchestra of PhiladelphiaLINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – The Lincoln University welcomes the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia’s Spotlight On Kozasa performance at its International Cultural Center, Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m.  This event is free and open to the public.

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Ebola Information

On September 30, 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the first travel-associated case of Ebola to be diagnosed in the United States. The patient died of Ebola on Oct. 8. More recently, on Oct. 12, a healthcare worker at Texas Presbyterian Hospital who provided care for the patient tested positive for Ebola. Her case marks the first known transmission in the U.S.   A second confirmed case of Ebola of another healthcare worker at Texas Presbyterian Hospital was announced on Oct. 15.