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.
Black History Month helps students ‘lead toward legacy’ and supports campus-wide initiative to lead with respect
This February, Lipscomb University celebrates Black History Month with a series of events as well as promotes campus-wide initiative to lead with respect.
Psychology students partner with nursing school to study sleep deprivation
Three psychology grad students collaborate to produce joint theses on sleep deprivation in nurses.
Johnson seeks to return Mexican War veterans bodies home
Author and Lipscomb history professor Tim Johnson's Mexican War research took on a new purpose in recent months as he is seeking to return recently discovered soldiers' remains to their families.
Watkins selected to co-chair International Writing Centers Association Summer Institutes
Stacia Watkins, director of general education and the Writing Studio as well as associate professor of English at Lipscomb University, was recently selected to serve as co-chair for the International Writing Centers Association’s 2017 and 2018 Summer Institutes.
Mercer elected to AACP leadership role
Susan Mercer, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences in Lipscomb University’s College of Pharmacy, has been elected chair-elect of the Chemistry Section of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP).
HumanDocs explores emotional aftermath of Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting with screening of Newtown
Lipscomb University’s HumanDocs Film Series, in partnership with the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, presents “Newtown,” a film that explores the aftermath of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting, on Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in Shamblin Theatre.
Students launch backpack company to empower women
Four Lipscomb students spent the last year-and-a-half developing their product.