This brightly colored hydrant brings a touch of spring to the wintry chill thanks especially to its neon green top which assures firefighters that the hydrant meets safety standards.
Saluting the Season in Song: Members of Lincoln University's Concert Choir (in orange and blue robes) presented a selection of classical and traditional holiday music during the University's traditional Christmas Concert held on December 6, 2001.
Drexel to Grant Scholarships to Lincoln Students to Study Engineering
Lincoln University, America's premier Historically Black University, and Drexel University, which is noted for its cutting-edge engineering and pioneering co-operative education programs, are strengthening their academic relations that allow Lincoln students to earn dual baccalaureate degrees in science from both higher education institutions.
Lincoln University President Ivory V. Nelson proudly displays a Resolution from Philadelphia City Council that honors Lincoln, America's first Black University, and him for high achievements. The Resolution was presented at a Council session on December 13, 2001. President Nelson is with Philadelphia Councilwoman and Majority Whip Marian B.
Andre' E. Dixon, an administrator with more than a decade of experience in fund-raising and financial services, has been appointed director of Corporation and Foundation Relations for Lincoln University. He started November 1, 2001. He reports to Michael B. Hill, vice president for Development and External Relations.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA – Lincoln University, America's first Historically Black University, which has earned academic distinctions throughout its 147-year history, and President Ivory V. Nelson, who has achieved a national reputation for his distinguished leadership in higher education, will be honored with a Resolution for their accomplishments by the City Council of Philadelphia on Thursday, December 13, 2001.
Lincoln University will ring in the holiday season with its annual Christmas Concert on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2001, at 7:30 p.m. in the Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel. The event, which is a shared presentation of the Music Department and the Lectures and Recital Committee, is free and open to the public.
Lincoln University President Ivory V. Nelson speaks at St. Paul's Baptist Church in Philadelphia on Sunday, November 18, 2001 on the topic of Educating Minority Students for the New Millennium.
Lincoln University President Ivory V. Nelson will speak at St. Paul's Baptist Church in Philadelphia on Sunday, November 18, 2001, and deliver the keynote address during a portion of the program devoted to a focus on achieving a higher education.
Lincoln University, America's first Historically Black University, ranks third among the nation's 117 Black colleges and universities in producing African Americans with baccalaureate degrees in physics, according to a national survey and news magazine. Between 1996 and 1998, which are the most recent years that national and comparative statistics are available, Lincoln University granted bachelor's degrees in physics to an average of nine (9) graduates in each of the three years, according to the American Institute of Physics.