Lincoln University launches ‘Read Lincoln’ mobile app

Lincoln University launches ‘Read Lincoln’ mobile app

Lincoln University launches new 'Read Lincoln' mobile app for alumni magazine and other publications.

Lincoln University launches new 'Read Lincoln' mobile app for alumni magazine and other publications.
Lincoln University launches new ‘Read Lincoln’ mobile app for alumni magazine and other publications.

As part of the Go Paperless Initiative, Lincoln University’s Office of Communications and Public Relations announces the creation and launch of its READ LINCOLN Mobile App, which includes the LINCOLN LION, its biannual alumni magazine, and later, the quarterly, Lincoln Review newsletter as well as its subsequent publications.

The mobile app, which is compatible with IPhone and Android smart phones, was created for the university by Global Design Interactive, featuring the newly-redesigned 32-page alumni magazine with the initial install.

“While some may opt for a print version, the creation of the READ LINCOLN Mobile App offers an environmentally-conscious and convenient option to access our publications,” said Eric Christopher Webb, Lincoln’s Director of Communications and Public Relations.  “But for the most part, it provides a greater opportunity to expose others outside the Lincoln University community to the achievements and contributions of our alumni, students and faculty that continues to advance our legacy of excellence.”

To install the mobile app, open the web browser on your smart phone or tablet and type in the following link:

Read more here at Lincoln University.

About Lincoln University:

Founded in 1854, Lincoln University is a nationally acclaimed institution of higher learning that provides the best elements of a liberal arts and sciences-based undergraduate core curriculum and selected graduate programs to meet the needs of students living in a highly technological and global society. 


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