Lincoln University Mourns Loss of Dr. Romanyuk; Publishes Lincoln Journal

Lincoln University, a private nonprofit institution of accredited higher education in Oakland, California, mourns the sudden loss of longtime professor Dr. Leonid Romanyuk and announces the publication of the Lincoln Journal by the library team.

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Oakland, CA (PRWEB) March 16, 2013

Lincoln University is mourning the recent loss of one of the school’s resident professors. Dr, Leonid Romanyuk, who was the Chairman of the Computer Science and Mathematics Departments. Passed away on February 7, Dr. Romanyuk had been with Lincoln University for over 20 years.

Dr. Romanyuk helped students understand academic values and learn mathematics and computer applications. The administration, faculty, and students of Lincoln University all expressed their condolences to Dr. Romanyuk’s family.

Meanwhile, coming soon to Lincoln University is the first publication of the Lincoln Journal. The first issue will be published in April.

The Lincoln Journal publication was initiated by Lincoln’s library team. The Journal will be showcasing students’ writing abilities, reviewing events, poems, business articles and general interest topics.

The Journal will be published online to allow prospective students a look into university life at Lincoln. The Journal is a new initiative designed to provide students with an outlet to express themselves.

Lincoln University is a community of learning whose members include administration, faculty and students who are all international in origin and in outlook. The curriculum is grounded in a program of general and international studies and is designed to encourage individual exploration of advanced studies. The University conducts its programs with a conscious focus upon the cross-cultural dimensions of learning.

Lincoln University provides post-secondary education opportunities for all students, regardless of their country of origin, socio-economic level, race, ethnic, or religious backgrounds. The University holds a policy of open admission to all qualified students.

The MBA degree at Lincoln University is a professional degree. It is designed to develop broad managerial competence to enable graduates to cope with a wide variety of business situations appropriate to their diverse backgrounds. The Lincoln graduate studies program upholds a strong international focus.

About Lincoln University:
Founded in 1919, Lincoln University offers an education of higher learning where educational excellence, professional know-how, and up-to-date international standards are combined with individual attention and a friendly atmosphere, giving rise to a world-class education. Each program within the university is designed to ensure that all of the acquired knowledge and skills will be valuable to its graduates, providing a practical and solid foundation for the student's future. They make sure that every part of their students' education serves a purpose and brings them closer to accomplishing their professional degrees goals.


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