Lipscomb's IDEAL program graduates are taking their skills into the Nashville workforce and making their professional dreams come true.
More than 300 Nashville-area engineers and business leaders joined the Lipscomb community and ExxonMobil Production Co. President Neil Duffin to dedicate the new Fields Engineering Center May 11.
Throughout a partnership with the Nashville International Center for Empowerment (NICE), a community-based nonprofit dedicated to empowering refugees, as well as Nashville After Zone Alliance and McMurray Middle School, Lipscomb students from within the freshman-level SALT course have volunteered in the CRAZE after-school program and have taught environmental biology lessons to refugee middle school students at McMurray Middle School.
Lipscomb University is launching a new executive leadership program for emerging business leaders called CEO Connect that will begin this August at its new Spark facility located in downtown Nashville and is selecting nominations for the program’s inaugural class, university officials recently announced.
For the first time in university history, a group of five Lipscomb University students and one alumnus participated in the 31st annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, a prestigious undergraduate conference that was held at the University of Memphis, April 6-8.
On Wednesday, May 10, local business professionals, attorneys and community members gathered as part of Lipscomb University’s 2017 Southeast Conference on Conflict Management, to learn about Jeff Thompson’s techniques and de-escalate daily conflict in their companies and organizations.