Faculty

Professional development materials and tools for LU faculty.

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Curriculum Development

The curriculum is developed through the joint efforts of individuals and committees at the faculty, departmental, and administrative levels.

Department Chairs

The term Chair refers to Department Heads, Directors of Programs, and also to program coordinators. Appointment to these positions is for an indeterminate period of time.

Educational Vision

A small educational institution such as Lincoln University can play a vital role by providing an educational setting where students are able to foster personal involvement and contribution.

Faculty Development

The area of faculty development has received increasing attention from both the administration and accreditation. The emphasis has been in two areas…

Graduate Culture

Graduate school culture implores faculty members to encourage students who exhibit creativity and ambition, and to assist them in setting up seminars and conferences where they can present their projects and broader intellectual agenda.

How is faculty evaluated?

The academic administration evaluates the effectiveness of the faculty on an annual basis; documentation of this evaluation process is maintained in the faculty personnel file