Staggs appointed to National Association of Veterans Program Administrators’ 2017 Board of Directors
The National Association of Veterans Program Administrators recently elected Lipscomb University director of veteran’s services Chad Staggs to its 2017 Board of Directors as a Regional III Alternate Delegate.
Library a key part of institution for 120 years
David Lipscomb wanted Nashville Bible College to be unlike any other Bible school. He didn’t want to limit students to only learning about the Bible, so he made sure students were always given the opportunity to expand their education through a well stocked library.
Lipscomb alumna Kelsea Ballerini nominated for first Grammy Award
On Tuesday, December 6, Ballerini received the Grammy nomination in the Best New Artist category alongside artists Maren Morris, The Chainsmokers, Chance the Rapper and Anderson. Paak.
Former U.S. attorney general Alberto Gonzalez shares experiences with students
Alberto Gonzalez, U.S. attorney general from 2005-2007, recently stopped by campus to share his experiences with students.
Lipscomb students from East Tennessee collect two truckloads of donations for victims of wildfires
Two Lipscomb psych students from East Tennessee collected two truckloads of donations and nearly $400 from Lipscomb students in a 24-hour time frame to benefit victims of the Gatlinburg tragedy.
O’Neal helps navigate digital age through Center for Teaching & Learning
As an instructional designer for Lipscomb's Center for Teaching & Learning, Keith O'Neal ('02), works with faculty to assist them in creating online, traditional and hybrid courses that meet the needs of students and maintain Lipscomb's unique focus as a Christian University.
College of Business students inspire global change as feature speakers at Global Action Summit
This year, three of Lipscomb’s College of Business students were invited to be the feature speakers at the Fellows Orientation on Tuesday, Nov. 14, as part of the Global Action Summit.
All-campus communion provides space for community to rest, reflect on what God has done
Lipscomb University is holding its all-campus communion service for the community to come together to rest, worship and pray on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in the Doris Swang Chapel, located in the Ezell Center.
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