Linda McCampbell is on a mission to complete her college degree. She found a partner in Lipscomb’s College of Professional Studies and its competency-based education program to help her reach her life’s goals.
A team of College of Business students were recently declared grand champions in the December 2014 Business Strategy Game’s Global Best-Strategy Invitational.
Valentine’s Day moviegoers will have a faith-based romantic movie option with the release of Lipscomb University filmmaker Dave DeBorde’s “Old Fashioned,” set to hit more than 200 theaters nationwide this Saturday.
Earlier this month, community leaders came together at Lipscomb University’s sixth Abriendo Puertas (Opening Doors) forum to engage in deliberate dialogue about Nashville’s future as a multicultural city and how to empower those diverse voices in the community.
The College of Professional Studies is partnering with organizations like Tractor Supply Company to evaluate employees and provide a plan for improvement.
The next generation of Middle Tennessee leaders is honing their skills at Lipscomb University in two special academies designed for high school girls. Seventeen local high school girls completed the latest Music City Girls Lead! Academy, which wrapped up its third session with a special graduation program Jan. 31.
Counselors can earn continuing education credit Feb. 24-25 with Garry L. Landreth.
On Monday, Feb. 9, freshman Kayla Montgomery was once again in the national spotlight as she was featured on CBS’ "Rachael Ray Show."
The Lipscomb community came together to learn more about sexual violence on college campuses well as what resources are available at Lipscomb during a special break out chapel program held recently.
Lipscomb Academy presents the 11th annual The Art Event Feb. 6-8, 2015. TJ Cunningham, an award-winning artist based in Florida, is this year’s featured artist.
The Lipscomb community has two unique opportunities today and Wednesday to participate in a bone marrow donor drive and a blood drive.
"Seussical" features The Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant and Gertrude McFuzz.
Five civil engineering seniors hope to float their boat at the ASCE Concrete Canoe races.
This spring marks the 52nd production of Singarama, which takes place March 5-7. Three groups of student performers, actors and directors will interpret this year’s theme “Ready, Set, Go!”
Gov. Bill Haslam will be the featured speaker at the Nashville Business Breakfast March 3.
Leadership Tennessee, now in its second year, made a stop in Nashville Jan. 11-12 to learn more about challenges and opportunities facing Middle Tennessee.
Singer-songwriter Amy Grant and actress/producer Roma Downey joined with entertainment industry leaders to support and encourage Christian influence on entertainment at a special luncheon benefiting Lipscomb’s College of Entertainment & the Arts Jan. 21.
Lipscomb University is one of the top Christian universities in the nation according to a newly released 2015 Niche Ranking.
Four teams from Nissan Music City BEST performed well at Auburn regionals.
Whether you just graduated from Lipscomb this past May or 40 years ago, make plans now to attend Herdcoming, Lipscomb’s alumni reunion weekend, Jan. 23-24, 2015.
Rob Touchstone knows firsthand what it’s like to have a “crazy” business idea, and as the newly appointed director of missional entrepreneurship in Lipscomb’s College of Business, he hopes to inspire crazy notions in others.
Family science program brings entertaining look at mothering a disabled child to Lipscomb.
Dr. Ben Hutchinson, former dean of the College of Natural & Applied Sciences, passed away Dec. 30.
Lipscomb University has been named to the Kiplinger Personal Finance list of 100 best values in private universities for 2015.