College of Business News
|Lipscomb community mourns the loss of longtime business professor
5/14/2013 Patty Landon Dugger had quite a reputation at one time in the Tennessee Governor’s office. No, she didn’t have a reputation as a dissatisfied constituent or a lobbyist. Rather, she was legendary for training the best office administrators in the area. Today, the Lipscomb community is mourning the loss of Dugger, longtime business faculty member and director of the Lifelong Learning Program, who died May 13 at the age of 80 following a lengthy illness.
|Former Stanford football player follows in the footsteps of Lou Gehrig, and shares his own battle with the devastating illness named after the great baseball legend
Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST Ministries
5/6/2013 On March 27, 2012, former Stanford football player, Ted Bleymaier, and his wife, Ann, sat across the examination table from Dr. Kamisky as he confirmed to them the devastating diagnosis of ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, that Ted was suffering from.
|Timken Company CEO honored with Heroes of Business Award
4/30/2013 James W. Griffith, CEO of The Timken Company, a global $5 billion steel and bearing company, was honored April 18 with the Lipscomb University College of Business 2013 Heroes of Business Award.
|College of Business named among best in the nation for veterans
4/30/2013 Lipscomb University’s College of Business has been ranked in the top 25 in the nation in the Military Times’ 2013 Best for Vets: Business Schools rankings.
|College of Business establishes Global Hope MBA, scholarship program for internationals
4/30/2013 As part of its increasing global reach and emphasis on building Businesses with a Purpose, Lipscomb University’s College of Business announced today the creation of the new Global Hope MBA degree program, providing five full-tuition scholarships each year to international students who pledge to return home and use their MBA to make a difference in their home country.
|Lipscomb endows a professorship in honor of accountant Charles Frasier
G. David England
4/30/2013 College of Business Dean Turney Stevens announced The Charles E. Frasier Professorship of Accounting at a dinner Tuesday, Feb. 26, in honor of Frasier, who is professor and chair of the department of accounting, finance and economics.
|Jingle in your Jammies 2012
|Jingle in your Jammies