William Lofton Turner, a former fellow in Barack Obama's senate office, brings scholarly expertise.
The annual Baseball Alumni Weekend will have even more significance this spring when five former baseball players are inducted into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame.
Elizabeth Ashwood, a freshman international relations and French major, as well as member of the Lipscomb women’s soccer team, has recently spent time with students from Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet High School in Nashville helping them prepare and compete in the Tennessee World Affairs Council’s annual Academic WorldQuest competition, which was held on Feb. 22, and hosted by Belmont University.
For its seventh year, Lipscomb's Department of Communication and Journalism has sent gifted students who have published or broadcast standout work on the university’s Lumination Network to the Southeast Journalism Conference to compete against some of the top journalism schools in the region.
For the members of the Lipscomb women’s basketball team, growing better on the court is not the only goal for each season. The student athletes and their coaching staff make it a priority to not only improve as players, but to grow as women also.
Carrie Thornthwaite, professor of education at Lipscomb, was named the 2016 recipient of the Mary Morris Award for Exemplary Service to Society.
The Lipscomb community will have the opportunity to commemorate the death and resurrection of Christ during a series of events on campus March 21-27.
Ambassador Gentry O. Smith, Director of the Office of Foreign Missions; United States Department of States, recently stopped by campus to share his experiences with students.
Lipscomb University’s Department of Fashion & Design, in conjunction with the College of Business, Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering, Department of Theatre and the Beaman Library, presents an exhibit by American fashion designer, Halston, March 11-26, in the John C. Hutcheson Gallery located in the James D. Hughes Center.
For more than 25 years artist Tom Bancroft has been creating animated shorts, films and features in the animation industry. He shares that expertise with students as artist-in-residence in Lipscomb's College of Entertainment & the Arts.
Lipscomb University has appointed Nashville attorney and higher education veteran Phil Ellenburg as its vice president of alumni relations.
Lipscomb University has been well represented as alumni have found fame and success in the country and Christian music industries.
On Feb. 24, Lipscomb University’s first public bond offering ever was oversold by more than 4.69 times in roughly two hours, far surpassing the expected $63 million total.
On Thursday, March 3, Lipscomb University's College of Business honored Larry Kloess as its latest Heroes of Business recipient.
Lipscomb's English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is hosting Dr. Soe Than, a professor and head of the methodology department at the Yangon Institute of Education in Myanmar, as a part of the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program during the spring semester.
The start time for Lipscomb University's production of Singarama Thursday evening has been moved to 8 p.m. due to the men's basketball A-Sun Conference tournament semifinal game that will be played at home earlier that evening.
Behind a career-high 35 points from junior J.C. Hampton, the men’s basketball team claimed a 92-89 overtime win over Jacksonville Tuesday night in the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Quarterfinals at Swisher Gymnasium in Jacksonville, Florida.
President George W. Bush was the featured speaker Feb. 29 as Lipscomb University launched a new program designed to recognize its “associate” level donors.
First-generation or minority students attending a Metro Nashville Public Schools high school who have a passion for teaching underserved populations have a new scholarship opportunity to help fund their educational goals with the Pionero Scholars Program.
On Tuesday, Feb. 23, Thomas Rhett, dressed in his Tau Phi jersey, and his wife, Lauren spent time on campus sharing insight into their lives in the limelight and how their faith keeps them grounded through the fame and fortune.
On Friday, Feb. 26, nearly 150 high school students from Middle Tennessee participated in Lipscomb’s 18th annual STEM Day on campus.
Residents of Middle Tennessee are paying prices as low as $1.31 when as recently as 2008 gas prices were as high as $3.90 per gallon of gas.
Exchange student from Vietnam provides care in Nicaragua through nursing and missions programs.
Glen Davidson, research professor of medicine and culture at Vanderbilt University’s School of Medicine, recently donated volumes of materials about the Mormon Church to the Lipscomb University Beaman Library’s Special Collections.
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