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LU Students, Staff, and Faculty Benefit from LinkedIn Learning, Academic Impressions Professional Development

By: Lincoln University

Professional development at Lincoln University of Missouri has taken on a new dimension with the university’s recent investment in LinkedIn Learning for students, staff, and faculty and in Academic Impressions, a leadership, personal development, and skills-based training resource for higher education faculty and staff. These educational tools help develop business, technology-related and creative skills university-wide.”We are in the business of improving lives through education, and LinkedIn Learning and Academic Impressions are additional avenues for us to do that,” said Lincoln University President Dr. John Moseley. “Our people are our greatest asset, and through these tools, we are investing in professional development for students and employees. We want to make sure all are fully equipped to achieve their full career potential.” Read more.
LU Small Business Development Center Honored Among Top 4 University of Missouri Extension Centers for Client Satisfaction
University of Missouri Extension recently recognized the Small Business Development Center at Lincoln University for its high rate of client satisfaction. Center Director Lauren Carter and her staff were honored on April 13 at the Extension Business Development Program’s annual professional development conference. The annual celebration awards individual and team performance from the most recent fiscal year. Read more.
Lincoln Professor a Barrier Breaker
Lincoln University professor Hazel McDaniel Teabeau was the first African American to earn a doctoral degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. (Photo by Historic City of Jefferson).
Hazel McDaniel Teabeau, born in 1892 in Fort Smith, Arkansas, taught English at Lincoln University from 1937-1962 and became the first African American to earn a doctoral degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Teabeau had a passion for English, theater, and speech, and she was active in social justice movements.

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