College of Business News
Lipscomb completes first-ever public bond offering
On Feb. 24, Lipscomb University’s first public bond offering ever was oversold by more than 4.69 times in roughly two hours, far surpassing the expected $63 million total.
College of Business honors Larry Kloess at recent Heroes of Business event
On Thursday, March 3, Lipscomb University's College of Business honored Larry Kloess as its latest Heroes of Business recipient.
Low gas prices saving Middle Tennessee residents significant money at pump
Residents of Middle Tennessee are paying prices as low as $1.31 when as recently as 2008 gas prices were as high as $3.90 per gallon of gas.
Eldridge appointed dean of Lipscomb University’s College of Business
Business education veteran Ray Eldridge has been appointed dean of Lipscomb University’s College of Business, university Provost W. Craig Bledsoe announced.
Best-selling author and servant leadership expert Ken Jennings shares insight with Lipscomb community
Ken Jennings, best-selling author and recognized expert in servant leadership, spent time on campus sharing his message of servant leadership with several student groups.
Nashville Mayor reflects on first 100 days in office at recent business breakfast
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry recently stopped by campus to discuss her first 100 days in office at the Nashville Business Breakfast.
Lipscomb celebrates Black History Month with M.A.S.K. chapels
In celebration of Black History Month, Lipscomb’s African American Student Services office, along with its Intercultural Development office, will host several Multicultural Awareness, Skills and Knowledge (M.A.S.K.) chapels to commend diversity and encourage unity on campus.
Air Force veteran Chad Staggs appointed director of veteran services
Lipscomb University has appointed 21-year Air Force veteran Chad Staggs director of its veteran services program.
Chick-fil-A’s Dee Ann Turner joins College of Business as executive-in-residence for the day, Jan. 29
On Friday, Jan. 29, Dee Ann Turner, vice president of corporate talent for Chick-fil-A, joined Lipscomb’s College of Business as an executive-in-residence for the day to share her insight and wisdom on cultivating culture with faculty and students.
Dr. Susan Morley named one of Nashville Business Journal's 2016 Women of Influence
Dr. Susan Morley has been named one of Nashville Business Journal’s 2016 Women of Influence Awards in the inspiration/mentor category.