Election Watch Blog: 19 Days and Counting: Last night’s historic precedent, voter fraud, who can be funny tonight?
Linda Peek Schacht, leader-in-residence in the College of Leadership & Public Service and veteran political communicator in the White House, Congress and presidential campaigns, shares insight into the final days of the presidential election.
Mayor Barry featured guest at Oct. 4 now that you ask ...
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry is the guest for the Lipscomb University Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership’s now that you ask … A Conversation Series.
New Nashville Council on Gender Equity includes three Lipscomb representatives
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry recently appointed three Lipscomb representatives on new Council on Gender Equity.
Scholars Symposium 2016
This is the first year that students in the Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership participated in the Lipscomb University Scholars Symposium. Participating students were Erica Kesse, Joel Howell and Amber McCullough, and Amber won the award for her category!
John Lowry selected for Harvard’s Young American Leaders Program
John Lowrywas one of ten Middle Tennessee leaders chosen to participate in Harvard Business School’s Young American Leaders Program 2016.
Graduate Students Travel to Europe
London, England • Brussels, Belgium • The Hague, Netherlands • Paris, France • Interlaken Switzerland • Geneva, Switzerland This past May, I had the privilege to travel for 10 days with other graduate students in the College of Leadership and Public Service to Europe to study Civic Leadership through the global lens. From May 14 to May 24, we visited five countries and six cities to gain a better understanding of how to be socially responsible, institute change and develop sensitivity to cultural differences across countries and political arenas.
Andrews Institute Now Five Years Old
We cut the ribbon on June 2, 2011, in the presence of an enthusiastic crowd, and now here we are, five years later!
Amber McCullough: Graduation Reflections
When I began the Civic Leadership program at Lipscomb, someone reminded me that what I would walk away with in the end would be equal to the effort I had put into it. When you are trying to balance work, life, and school, it can be easy to do the bare minimum in order to get the degree. However, I made a decision in the beginning that I would give the program my best effort despite any daily distractions and say yes to every opportunity that was offered to me...
James Lomax Takes Political Talk To The Airwaves
He ran for City Council in Huntsville, Alabama when he was 18, so it should come as no surprise that at age 24, James Lomax has his own radio show and he’s talking politics.
College of Leadership & Public Service announces fourth Leadership Tennessee class
Lipscomb University’s College of Leadership & Public Service has announced the 2016-17 class for Leadership Tennessee.