Lincoln University, PA, April 16, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Lincoln University announced today that it will be profiled in a story about Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Named after former President Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln University within its first 100 years graduated many Black professionals, including Thurgood Marshall. “We pride ourselves on taking those nice jewels that are unpolished and bringing them here and shining them up and polishing them, and when they graduate they can compete against anybody,” says Lincoln University President, Ivory Nelson Ph. D.
The university will be featured on the Profiles Series, a professional program geared towards informing and educating domestic and international viewers. “We are proud to do a show on historically black colleges and universities such as Lincoln, that continue to educate our youth,” says Profiles Series Executive Producer Wali Waiters.
About “The Profiles Series”
Their mission is to create quality programming which will inform, educate and enlighten their viewers both nationally and internationally. They cover a variety of topics ranging from health and medical to business, and environmental. “The Profiles Series” can be seen on cable networks nationwide and internationally on Voice of America Television. www.profilesseries.com .
About “Lincoln University”
Lincoln University was established in 1854 as one of the first degree granting universities for African American students. Now over 150 years later, it continues to be a pillar in the Black community graduating many future leaders around the globe.
To find out more about Lincoln University, visit its website at: http://www.lincoln.edu/ .