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.
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.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Accounting and Finance students attended the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA) 40th Annual Eastern Region Student Conference titled, Infinite Possibilities: Connect with Success, Sept. 24-26 in Pittsburgh, PA.
NABA is nation’s premier professional associations representing the interests of more than 100,000 African Americans and other minorities in accounting, consulting, finance, and information technology.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – The University City campus of Lincoln University will be closed Sept. 25 and 26 during the Philadelphia visit of Pope Francis. University City will resume normal operating hours Sept. 28 at 8 a.m.
The University City campus, which offers a variety of graduate programs for working-adult learners most evenings and weekends, is located in the heart of the educational corridor on Market Street in Philadelphia, across from the 30th Street SEPTA station.
Lincoln University, PA - Students in the Master of Science in Business program traveled to Dublin, Ireland, June 29 through July 10. 2015 for a leadership and business program in partnership with the Irish American University/American College Dublin. Accompanied by the program director and MSB professor, Dr. Oswald Richards, students immersed themselves in Ireland’s economic, financial and political system. A core principle of the program was to expand the students’ worldview and enrich their experiences outside of the American domestic system.
Lincoln University — Four students from Lincoln University’s Mass Communications Center of Excellence had the chance to visit ESPN on April 14th. Students, Taji McCullough, Louisa Solomon, Joy McFadden and Khadeem Hughson, spent the day touring ESPN’s headquarter