This spring, Lipscomb’s Department of Visual Arts will revive its Visiting Artist Program with nationally influential artists Glexis Novoa and Nicholas Felton.
This past fall, the Lipscomb community celebrated the 20th year of its study abroad program in Vienna. The program was the university’s first of its kind, and opened the door to a new avenue for education.
Former Lipscomb board member and longtime friend of the university Lee Marsh died Friday, Jan. 6. He was a fixture at many Bison sporting events throughout the years.
The National Association for Gifted Children recently honored Megan Parker Peters, assistant professor of education and director of teacher education and assessment at Lipscomb University, with a Hollingworth Award for her research on gifted education.
Lipscomb University’s marketing program was recently named one of the top 50 programs in the nation by College Choice as part of its 2017 Best Bachelor’s in Marketing ranking.
Aerial Ellis, instructor of communication within Lipscomb University's College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, has released her first book titled "The Original Millennial: Lessons in Leadership for the Millennial Generation."
For its third consecutive year, Lipscomb University has been named to the Kiplinger Personal Finance list of 100 best values in private universities for 2017.
Reservations for fall spots in the Village II begin on Feb. 21.
Doy Hollman, professor of mathematics and former registrar, retires after 41 years at Lipscomb University.
Over 400 graduates participated in Lipscomb University’s fall commencement on Saturday, Dec. 17.
Lipscomb University has once again been recognized as one of the most effective teacher preparation programs in the state as it earned top scores on the 2016 Teacher Preparation Report Card released today by the Tennessee State Board of Education.
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.
The Lipscomb Community Chorus will begin its 20th season Jan. 2 with its first rehearsal.
Film director Scott Derrickson was the latest guest in the CEA's Artist-in-Residence Speaker Series.
Over 400 graduates are expected to participate in Lipscomb University’s 2016 fall commencement, which is set for Saturday, Dec. 17. The ceremony will take place in Allen Arena at 2 p.m. A reception for all graduates and their families will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Student Activities Center.
Lipscomb University officials will release to Nashville Mayor Megan Barry on Dec. 15, findings and recommendations from its Imagine 2016 initiative.
A limited number of tickets remain for the FREE Nashville Senior Christmas ShinnDig event Tuesday, Dec. 20, at 11:30 a.m. in Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena.
The National Association of Veterans Program Administrators recently elected Lipscomb University director of veteran’s services Chad Staggs and VA Certifying Official Susan Silverman to its Board of Directors as a Regional III Alternate Delegate and as an At-Large Delegate for 2017.
David Lipscomb wanted Nashville Bible College to be unlike any other Bible school. He didn’t want to limit students to only learning about the Bible, so he made sure students were always given the opportunity to expand their education through a well stocked library.
On Tuesday, December 6, Ballerini received the Grammy nomination in the Best New Artist category alongside artists Maren Morris, The Chainsmokers, Chance the Rapper and Anderson. Paak.
Alberto Gonzalez, U.S. attorney general from 2005-2007, recently stopped by campus to share his experiences with students.
Two Lipscomb psych students from East Tennessee collected two truckloads of donations and nearly $400 from Lipscomb students in a 24-hour time frame to benefit victims of the Gatlinburg tragedy.
As an instructional designer for Lipscomb's Center for Teaching & Learning, Keith O'Neal ('02), works with faculty to assist them in creating online, traditional and hybrid courses that meet the needs of students and maintain Lipscomb's unique focus as a Christian University.
This year, three of Lipscomb’s College of Business students were invited to be the feature speakers at the Fellows Orientation on Tuesday, Nov. 14, as part of the Global Action Summit.
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