College of Business News
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.
HealthStream CEO speaks at Nashville Business Breakfast
Robert A. Frist Jr. will speak at Dec. 11 Nashville Business Breakfast in Allen Arena.
November offers Nashville Scene's 'Best of' picks for Lipscomb
Tokens, the Hutcheson Gallery and the College of Business offer some of Nashville's best experiences.
Business college awards Hero of Business title to Sarah Cannon CEO
Dee Anna Smith was honored as the 2013 Hero of Business at a Friday luncheon and student session.
‘Professional Women’s Event’ gives lessons in business dress
Career-minded women get free advice on networking, latest trends in business fashion at Nov. 7 event.
Lipscomb among top universities in nation for salary potential for graduates
PayScale College Salary Report names Lipscomb one of the top universities in the region.
Lipscomb ranked among top 12 percent in nation for best value by Washington Monthly
Lipscomb University has been named one of the top universities in the nation for best value by Washington Monthly. Lipscomb University is on an exclusive list of universities that based on the economic value students receive per dollar invested according to Washington Monthly’s newly released list of “Best-Bang-for-the-Buck Colleges.” Lipscomb is ranked in the top 12 percent in the nation out of 1,572 universities across the country surveyed for the ranking.
Lipscomb, CABLE study shows increase in women on boards of TN public companies
More Tennessee public companies have added women to their boards and female representation has slightly increased, but men continue to make up the majority on those corporate boards, according to a new report. The number of companies lacking female representatives on boards dropped to 25, or 40 percent, of 62 publicly traded companies included in the study, from 29 in the previous year, according to “Women in Corporate Leadership: 2012 Census,” a study by Lipscomb University College of Business and CABLE, a national nonprofit that connects women with business opportunities.
Ingram Industries board chair to speak at Nashville Business Breakfast Oct. 17
John R. Ingram, chairman of the Ingram Industries board of directors and chairman and CEO of Ingram Content Group, will be the featured speaker at Lipscomb University’s Nashville Business Breakfast at 7 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 17, in Allen Arena.