Lipscomb ranked No. 26 in nation by College Choice for HR degree program
Lipscomb University was recently listed No. 26 in the nation as part of College Choice’s 2016 Best Bachelor’s in Human Resources Degree programs ranking.
Three Lipscomb seniors to participate in national Q Union event
On Thursday, Oct. 13, Lipscomb University will join with 10 other universities across the nation to present Q Union 2016, a two-hour event that discusses big issues through the lens of faith, from 7 to 9 p.m. in Shamblin Theatre. This event is open to Lipscomb students only.
HumanDocs presents award-winning film “Do Not Resist”
Lipscomb University’s HumanDocs Film Series presents Craig Atkinson’s “Do Not Resist” screening at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 5, in Shamblin Theatre. The film is free and open to the public.
Lipscomb’s EAP program to partner with Vanderbilt as associate campus for Humphrey Fellowship program
Lipscomb’s EAP program has partnered with Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College to be an associate campus for the Humphrey Fellowship Program.
Biology program named No. 1 in the nation
The Lipscomb University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ biology program has been ranked No. 1 in the nation in the “Top 10 Christian College Biological Degree Programs 2017” ranking recently released by Christian Universities Online.
Pfeffer named CEO-in-residence in College of Business
Lipscomb University’s College of Business has named Nashville business leader Phil Pfeffer, president and CEO of Treemont Capital Inc., a CEO-in-residence beginning with the fall 2016 semester.
Instructor publishes book based on volunteer work in Nashville prisons
Michael McRay (’11) released his second book, exploring forgiveness through the stories of prison inmates.
Lipscomb ranked as national university for first time by U.S. News
For the first time in school history, Lipscomb University has been ranked as a national university in the annual U.S. News & World Report’s “2017 America’s Guide to Colleges.”
Lipscomb terrorism class helps mitigate fear
Susan Haynes, assistant professor of political science, has spent years studying terrorism and last spring, introduced a new upper-level elective course this called “Terrorism in the Modern World” that provides an academic approach to the fear that is pervading young minds.
Incoming freshman is youngest delegate at Democratic National Convention
Kendall Austin, an incoming freshman from Decatur, Georgia, was among the youngest delegates who attended the 2016 Democratic National Convention, July 25-28, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.