The Lipscomb University Department of Theatre announces its 2015-16 theater season as it prepares for the first production to kick off at the end of this month. With partnerships through Lipscomb’s Foundation Dance Theatre and Blackbird Theater Company, there is another exciting year ahead for Lipscomb Theatre and community members alike.
Lipscomb's College Access Project enhances school counselors' college mentoring skills.
Throughout the course of this past year, students, faculty and staff from Lipscomb’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering in conjunction with Lipscomb's Peugeot Center for Engineering Service to Developing Communities, Honduras Outreach Inc. and HDR/ICA, have been working to design, build and install a pedestrian bridge in San Esteban, Honduras.
Sophomore golfer Dawson Armstrong made national headlines this summer as he won one of the top amateur golf tournaments in the country.
The Lipscomb University College of Entertainment & the Arts, along with Nashville-based marketing agency Different Drummer and Lipscomb’s HumanDocs series, present the Justice Film Festival, a two-day film festival that will bring short and feature films devoted to the inspiring stories of vulnerable and oppressed people worldwide to campus, Sept. 11-12.
Michael Shane Neal, internationally renowned portrait artist, has been appointed artist-in-residence in the Lipscomb University College of Entertainment & the Arts’ Department of Visual Arts.
Lipscomb University’s College of Professional Studies has been awarded a $50,000 Ready to Reconnect grant from the Tennessee Higher Education Commission for its new POWER-UP for Adult Learners program.
Nearly 600 freshman/transfers arrived to Lipscomb’s campus with packed cars, big smiles, nervous stomachs and teary-eyed parents, ready to move and settle into their new homes at Lipscomb, this past Sunday, Aug. 16.
As an introduction to university policy, Lipscomb’s residence life team decided to move away from traditional case-study scenarios and toward role-playing ones, intending to help RAs practice how to handle conflict, rather than simply discussing it “in theory."
Beaman Library's unique Stribling Brock Letters Collection featured on NBC Nightly News.
Sophomore Bison golfer made Lipscomb history Saturday, Aug. 8, as he made an eagle to take the 113th Western Amateur Championship, one of the top tournaments in the country for amateur golfers.
Just over 40 years working for Lipscomb University, Sarah Keith Gamble has not only dedicated her heart to its community, but has made a tremendous impact and lasting relationships with faculty, staff and students.
With the Aug. 6 election looming just hours away, voters have a new resource to help them evaluate candidates running for mayor of Metro Nashville Davidson County thanks to a student project for the College of Professional Studies.
Leadership Tennessee, a leadership education initiative of Lipscomb University’s Nelson & Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership, has received a $750,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to expand the program’s offerings, scope and impact on Tennessee.
On July 28, more than 800 business leaders celebrated Nashville Mayor Karl Dean’s leadership and contribution to the community at Lipscomb University’s Nashville Business Breakfast.
Zhao Li, a visiting scholar and administrator from Hunan International Economics University in Changsha, Hunan Province, China, is learning English through Lipscomb's EAP program.
Hundreds of young students from across the region had fun learning about robotics, engineering and more through a series of BisonBot robotics camps, sponsored by Nissan North America Inc.
The Hazelip School of Theology has chosen Deep South locales to serve as their biennial travel experience for doctoral students, and it is changing lives.
Former Lipscomb trustee J.D. Elliott is being remembered today as a quiet, humble giant who did mighty things for Lipscomb University, the church and numerous community organizations.
Lipscomb will host a Nashville Salutes Town Hall Forum with three Vietnam War heroes.
Lipscomb University’s Summer Scholars program is back for its seventh year, challenging rising high school seniors from around the country to get a head start on college credits and offering a glimpse into college life.
This summer, teachers from across middle Tennessee, have come to Lipscomb University to enhance their classroom techniques through the annual SEE-Math (Student Engagement in Exploring Math) program.
For the seventh year, Lipscomb University is partnering with the Annie Moses Band to host the Fine Arts Summer Academy for passionate young artists to refine their skills in a two-week intensive training program.
Greek Life at Lipscomb University exists to create God-honoring relationships, develop student leaders, promote on-campus student involvement and serve the surrounding Nashville community. There are 13 student social clubs represented on Lipscomb’s campus. Each year clubs are asked to submit a year’s recap of activities to set apart the men and women’s clubs deserving of the title “Greek Life Club of the Year.”