College of Pharmacy, IBM help next generation of pharmacists utilize business intelligence technologies
IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy announced Monday, April 3, an initiative to help train the next-generation of pharmacists on business analytics and insight-derived decision making.
Competing to be the best on the field and in health care
To be successful in the health care industry, students must have teamwork and goal-setting skills, skills often found in intercollegiate athletes who come to Lipscomb.
2017 HealthyU Healthy Fair provides employees resources to maintain healthier lifestyles
On Thursday, March 30, university employees will have an opportunity to learn more about healthy lifestyles and resources that are available to them at the 2017 HealthyU Health Fair.
Major gift funds preemie and cardiac simulators
The Health Simulation Lab has four new patient simulators due to donation.
Proposed LIGHT initiative to enhance student learning with focus on cultural engagement
Creating awareness of and encouraging a global mindset within the Lipscomb community is the focus of the new proposed LIGHT program that was presented to faculty, staff and students on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Esteemed professor’s legacy lives on at Lipscomb through protégé
Board-certified toxicologist at pharmacy college was inspired by her late Lipscomb mentor.
Dietetic Internship Program partners with Lipscomb Athletics to hire full-time sports nutritionist
For the past year, a unique partnership between the Dietetic Internship Program and Lipscomb Athletics has provided full-time, dedicated sports nutrition services to Lipscomb’s student-athletes and real-world career experience for select dietetic interns.
Psychology students partner with nursing school to study sleep deprivation
Three psychology grad students collaborate to produce joint theses on sleep deprivation in nurses.
Mercer elected to AACP leadership role
Susan Mercer, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences in Lipscomb University’s College of Pharmacy, has been elected chair-elect of the Chemistry Section of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP).
Imagine 2016 recommendations released at briefing with Mayor Barry
Lipscomb University officials released four major recommendations for how Nashville might emerge as a global metropolis that will make a positive impact around the world during a briefing with Mayor Megan Barry today.