Election Watch Blog: 19 Days and Counting: Last night’s historic precedent, voter fraud, who can be funny tonight?
Linda Peek Schacht, leader-in-residence in the College of Leadership & Public Service and veteran political communicator in the White House, Congress and presidential campaigns, shares insight into the final days of the presidential election.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month: how to stay safe online
Chris Simmons, assistant professor of computer science and information security, shares expertise on how to stay safe online in light of email phishing scams that typically occur after natural disasters like Hurricane Matthew.
20 days and counting: What to watch in tonight’s presidential debate
Linda Peek Schacht, leader-in-residence in the College of Leadership & Public Service and veteran political communicator in the White House, Congress and presidential campaigns, shares insight into the final presidential debate that airs tonight, Oct. 19.
Veteran Services receives $185,000 Reconnect Grant from state
Lipscomb University’s Veteran Services Program was one of six institutions in Tennessee recently selected to receive funds through the Tennessee Higher Education Commission’s 2016 Veteran Reconnect grant program.
Author Jeff Selingo to share insight on preparing college students for job market Oct. 19-20
Best selling author Jeff Selingo will share his insight and advice with parents, students, employers and university leaders at a series of events Oct. 19-20 hosted by Lipscomb University’s College of Professional Studies.
Lipscomb featured in television special celebrating 125th anniversary
Lipscomb University will be featured in a 30-minute special on Nashville's WSMV-Channel 4 this Friday night, Oct. 14, at 7 p.m. CST.
Eldridge wins the Department of the Army Commander's Award for Public Service
The Department of the Army recently named Ray Eldridge, dean of the College of Business, one of three recipients of the Commander's Award for Public Service.
Steve Taylor joins Senator Frist’s Hope Through Healing Hands and CARE’s September 2016 Learning Tour to Haiti
Just days before Hurricane Matthew ripped through Haiti, Steve Taylor, Lipscomb’s filmmaker-in-residence in the College of Entertainment & the Arts, was among 12 state leaders including former U.S. Senate Majority leader Bill Frist, MD; to tour Haiti focusing on humanitarian efforts supported by U.S. governmental funding.
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