Rising freshman Kendall Austin named youngest delegate to attend the 2016 Democratic National Convention
Kendall Austin, a rising freshman from Decatur, Georgia, will be the youngest delegate attending the 2016 Democratic National Convention, July 25-28, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Tennessee Governor, First Lady stop by Lipscomb’s literacy camp
Governor Bill Haslam and wife, Crissy, stopped by Read to be Ready literacy camp at J.E. Moss Elementary School.
Butts headed to Rio as part of Olympic communication team
Logan Butts, communication assistant in Lipscomb's athletic department, is headed to the Olympics in Rio as part of the official communication team.
Williams’ colitis research honored at national conference for surgeons
Amanda Williams (’03), instructor of biology at Lipscomb, was recently named one of three winners for Best Clinical Podium Presentation at the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting in Los Angeles, California.
Gonzalez offers practical approaches to talking to children about tragic events
As our nation mourns the lives of those lost in the June 12 terror attack in Orlando, Florida, Chris Gonzales, assistant professor of psychology and counseling and program director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Lipscomb, offers a resource for discussing the difficult topics of terror and violence with children.
Lipscomb and Nissan kick-off its highly popular BisonBot robotics camps this week
Lipscomb University’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering, in conjunction with Nissan North America Inc., kicks-off its highly popular summer BisonBot Robotics Camps, including its second inner-city camp, this week.
Gallaher appointed to science standards recommendation committee
Biology Professor Kent Gallaher was recently appointed to the Tennessee science standards recommendations committee.
Fulbright program leads Nicole Marton back ‘home’
In April, Nicole Marton (’16) was named Lipscomb's most recent Fulbright Scholar. This fall she will travel to Moldova to teach English courses to high school and college students.
College of Education receives state grant to launch summer literacy program at J.E. Moss Elementary School
The College of Education has received a grant from the state of Tennessee to administer a summer literacy program targeted to Title 1 Schools and rising first through third grade students.
Biology students hear from one of world's leading HIV researchers
Meharry Medical College president James E.K. Hildreth shares research with biology students.