Oral History Interview: Lawrence, Lincoln, 1991-01-19



Oral History Interview: Lawrence, Lincoln, 1991-01-19


Lawrence, Lincoln

Birth Year

[birth date unknown]

Birth Place

[birth place not recorded]


Gilbert, Cohen

Location of interview

Irvington, NJ

Date Created

19 January 1991


Lincoln Lawrence grew up in Jersey City and received his bachelor of science from Jersey City State College and a master's degree in school administration and supervision from Seton Hall. From 1963 to 1967 he was a science teacher and cultural coordinator at West Kinney Junior High School in Newark. He later worked as supervisor of math and science teachers and director of School Audio-Visual Materials Center for the city of Newark and instructor of manpower training at the Montgomery School in Newark. In 1968 he became assistant director of admissions for the Rutgers-Newark campus, and from 1970 to 1987 he served as Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of Newark.

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