LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA — Lincoln University has been awarded a grant from the 2012 Dwight David Eisenhower HBCU Fellowship program for its Center of Excellence in Business and Entrepreneurial Studies. The fellowship, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration’s Technology Partnership Programs (TPP), provides a grant of $17,500 to two Lincoln University Business and Entrepreneurial students. The objective of TPP is to “attract qualified students to the field of transportation and research, and advance transportation workforce development”.
The recipients and the awards are:
Michael Frazier Accounting & Finance: $10,000
Joseph Brown Management & Entrepreneurship: $7,500
As a condition for the receipt of this funding, the two students will write an abstract and a collaborative report on the following topic relating to transportation.
The two Business & Entrepreneurial students will be provided a one-time expenditure for travel to Washington, DC to attend the annual Transportation Research Board (TRB) annual conference January 13-17, 2013.