Lenetta Lee Named Dean of the College at Lincoln University of Pennsylvania

Lenetta R. Lee was promoted to dean of the college and vice president for student success at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. This new senior leadership position replaces the vice president for student affairs.

Brenda A. Allen, president of Lincoln University stated that “this new position will play a pivotal role in directing efforts to move us toward achieving our vision of becoming a national model for liberal arts education. Dr. Lee’s experience as a faculty member and senior administrator will be important as she collaborates with academic affairs and other units to facilitate student success.”

Dr. Lee has been serving as dean of students and associate vice president of student affairs at the university. She joined the faculty in the education department at Lincoln University in 1999. Dr. Lee was granted tenure in 2003.

Dr. Lee joined the faculty at Lincoln University in 1999. She is a 1985 graduate of Lincoln University and holds a Ph.D. in African American studies from Temple University in Philadelphia.

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