College of Business News
Student business owners spotlighted in entrepreneur's week
Center for Entrepreneurship hosts pitch competition, business market in square.
Humphrey speaks to Governor’s Task Force on Veterans Education
Lt. Col. Jim Humphrey, director of veteran services, to speak at the Governor’s Task Force on Veteran Education.
Video competition offers full-tuition graduate business scholarship
The College of Business is offering a scholarship worth up to $44,280 in its Degree of Difference Video Competition.
Gresham, Smith CEO featured at March 12 NBB
James W. Bearden will be the featured speaker at the March 12 Nashville Business Breakfast.
College of Business dedicates facility in honor of alumnus Barry Stowe
Newly renovated Swang auditorium named to honor CEO of Prudential Asia in a Feb. 21 ceremony.
Award-winning film on national economist screens Wednesday
Robert Reich, former Clinton Secretary of Labor , is featured in documentary on income inequality in the U.S.
Shacklett named finalist for Nashville Business Journal’s 2014 Women of Influence
Assistant business dean of marketing and enrollment is one of 41 finalists.
Jan Babiak, international corporate board member, awarded as Hero of Business
Former Ernst & Young managing partner in the UK honored Feb. 6 as the College of Business’ Hero of Business.
University named a top military-friendly institution by Military Advanced Education
Lipscomb University has once again been named among the top universities in the nation for serving student veterans.
Faculty honored with state, national and global honors in 2013
Accounting professor Perry Moore was among the faculty to make international achievements.