College of Business News
History department brings Virginia Postrel to campus
National culture commentator speaks in Shamblin on Oct. 15.
Lipscomb named military-friendly school for sixth year
For the sixth year in a row, Lipscomb University has been designated a Military-Friendly School by “GI Jobs,” a publication of Victory Media, for its veterans services program.
Integration of Faith and Business Chapel - Becca Stevens
Becca Stevens, founder of Thistle Farms spoke to students and faculty in the 4th of a 6-series chapel for Business students.
Integration of Faith and Business Chapel - Derek Young
In the 3rd chapel for Business students, motivational speaker, Derek Young encourages students to understand the true meaning of Servant Leadership.
Integration of Faith and Business Chapel - Rob Touchstone
The College of Business welcomes co-founder of The Well Coffeehouse, Rob Touchstone to speak to students in the 2nd business chapel on the topic of Purpose.
Integration of Faith and Business Chapel - Ray Eldridge
Interim Dean, Ray Eldridge addresses students, faculty, and staff in the first of a 6-series of chapels for Business students.
New College of Entertainment and the Arts launched
The Board of Trustees approved the formation of a new college, bringing the number to nine.
New master’s program combines job experience, academics
Master of Management program is valuable stepping-stone for recent graduates.
Business faculty, staff retreat to Fort Campbell
Faculty and staff ventured to Fort Campbell, Ky., to visit the United States Army installation.
Culture, innovation key to successful corporate transformation
Gary A. Garfield, CEO and president of Bridgestone Americas Inc. and vice president and senior officer of Bridgestone Corporation, shared keys to corporate success at the July 23 Nashville Business Breakfast.