Political Science Department Mission

The mission of the Political Science program is to prepare students for careers and advanced training in politics, law, public administration, and related fields. In that regard, the department provides students with instruction related to both American and international politics and institutions, as well as, the phenomena that affect them. Graduates of the program will be able to apply their knowledge as they become active citizens and leaders.

Chieke E. Ihejirika Interim Chair and Professor, Department of Political Science cihejirika@lincoln.edu 484-365-7203
  • John Miller Dickey Hall Room 362
Nancy K. Stabler Department Assistant, Department of History, Pan-Africana Studies, Philosophy & Religion and Department of Political Science nstabler@lincoln.edu 484-365-8124
  • John Miller Dickey Hall Room 352


The Lincoln University Press supports the academic mission of Lincoln University by publishing and disseminating scholarly and creative books and journals for a diverse readership as solicited from a wide range of national and international authors. All inquiries may be directed to: Dr. Chieke E. Ihejirika, Editor Publications: The Lincoln Journal of Social and Political Thought - Copies are available from Fall, 2002, V1 No. 1 Order Subscriptions and Single copies