Global learning semester-long programs great learning opportunity for faculty and their families
Global learning semester-long programs great learning opportunity for faculty and their families.
Two biology students selected to participate in summer cancer research program at Vanderbilt
This summer, two students within Lipscomb’s College of Liberal Arts & Sciences will have the opportunity to practice cancer research firsthand as part of the eight-week Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center: Discover Cancer Research Program.
WKRN-TV Nashville News Director Elbert Tucker to speak at March 27 MediaMasters event
Elbert Tucker, news director at WKRN-TV Nashville, will be the featured guest for Lipscomb University’s MediaMasters Speaker Series on Monday, March 27, at 5 p.m. in Ezell Center, room 301. His lecture is free and open to the public.
McDonough to discuss, sign New York Times best-selling book on Sherman at Lipscomb March 7
Lipscomb alumnus and former faculty member James Lee McDonough discusses his latest New York Times best-selling book about Williams Tecumseh Sherman.
Lumination Network brings home seven awards from the Southeast Journalism Conference
Lipscomb University's Lumination Network attended the Southeast Journalism Conference Best of the South contest Feb. 16-18 at the University of Mississippi. Lipscomb took home five student awards and two awards for Lumination Radio.
Engineering alum on frontline of revolutionizing space travel through work at SpaceX
Just days before SpaceX announced plans to send two tourists to the moon and back in 2018, Lipscomb alumnus David Beaman (’07), a propulsion engineer at SpaceX and former Lipscomb engineering student, visited campus to share some insight into his role in the company and invest in the next generation of engineers.
Galbreath appointed senior vice president for strategy
Susan Galbreath has been appointed senior vice president for strategy in the newly launched Office of University Strategy.
Psychology students learn valuable life lessons in Death and Dying class
As a member of the Respect Leads committee, Andrea Mills, assistant director of Lipscomb’s Counseling Center and adjunct professor, has worked to incorporate this initiative into her Death and Dying class, an undergraduate psychology course within the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
Lipscomb’s Dana Chamblee Carpenter releases sequel to the historical fiction novel Bohemian Gospel
Bohemian Gospel, the first novel by Dana Chamblee Carpenter, associate professor of English at Lipscomb, has captivated historical fiction fans since its release in 2015. This March, she hopes to do the same with the release of its sequel The Devil’s Bible.
Proposed LIGHT initiative to enhance student learning with focus on cultural engagement
Creating awareness of and encouraging a global mindset within the Lipscomb community is the focus of the new proposed LIGHT program that was presented to faculty, staff and students on Tuesday, Feb. 7.