HBCU STUDENT AMBASSADORS AND ADVISORS EMPOWERING THE COMMUNITY WITH HEALTH AND WELLNESS INITIATIVE
One of the DREF Research Matters signature programs is the HBCU Research Accelerates Possibilities (R.A.P.) Sessions. Continuing with its second virtual year, the culturally relevant themes fashioned to empower the HBCU campus community supports the overall mission of the NIH’s All of Us Research Program. The HBCU selected student ambassador from Lincoln University is Ms. Kimora Bowles.
Dr. Tricia Rose, Hip-Hop Scholar and Author, to Deliver Lincoln University's 163rd Commencement Address
The Class of 2022 will be celebrated at a graduation ceremony on the campus at 11 a.m. Sunday, May 15. More than 450 graduates will be honored. Tricia Rose, Ph.D. and the Honorable Dr. Clifford E. DeBaptiste, MHS ’84, the founder, owner and CEO of DeBaptiste Funeral Homes and Milestone Events, LLC—who has served the Chester County community for more than 67 years—will also receive honorary doctor of humane letters degrees.
Lincoln University Writing and Reading Center staff attend MAWCA Conference
Lincoln University Writing and Reading Center tutors; Dajah Burrows, Tamia Lawrence, Ezekiel Quattlebaum, and Dr. Samaa Gamie attended the 2022 Mid-Atlantic Writing Center Association (MAWCA) Conference hosted by the University of Maryland Writing Center on Saturday, April 2, 2022.
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