The Lipscomb University College of Business’s Master of Business Administration program has been ranked among the best in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Danielle Falconer, Pharm. D., and assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Lipscomb, is an expert on the topic, and said progress is being made on finding new methods for fighting the disease.
Jordan Beale, a senior biochemistry major and Student Government Association President, was awarded the first J.S. Ward Scholarship.
Lipscomb University’s softball team posted the top grade point average for the 2014-15 school year as announced Oct. 13 by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.
Linda Peek Schacht, founding director of the Nelson & Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership housed in the university’s College of Leadership & Public Service, has been named a 2015 inductee into the Academy for Women of Achievement.
Former deputy director of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center recently shared her expertise as engineer-in-residence in the Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering.
For the third consecutive year, Lipscomb University partnered with the Gospel Music Association to host one of Christian music’s biggest nights, the Dove Awards.
Beaman Library’s new Stribling Brock Collection, that tells an unusual tale of wartime encounters that created lasting friendships, was recently officially unveiled to the public.
Lipscomb University’s College of Education has been ranked 15th in the nation on the National Council on Teacher Quality’s Top 25 Best Value rating of colleges of education across the United States.
Connecting leaders from across Tennessee, creating awareness and building networks are hallmarks of Leadership Tennessee. They recently stopped by campus for their visit to Nashville.
Aspiring artist Jesse Taylor and bluegrass vet Pat Flynn helped make the show a good ole' time for everyone.
The Country Music Association has recognized two Lipscomb alumni, Kelsea Ballerini and Thomas Rhett, as nominees for its 49th Annual CMA Awards on Nov. 4 in Nashville.
The $611,517 grant will encourage the study of engineering at three Nashville-area community colleges.
Hannah Garcia's unique study abroad took place during the thaw in U.S./Cuban relations.
Nearly 400 students are expected to participate in Lipscomb University and Nissan North America’s annual robotics bonanza: Music City BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) competition on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Lipscomb University’s English for Academic Purposes program is redefining the notion of summer camp for international students who want to enhance their English skills.
This fall, Bill and Tabetha Taylor will offer the first Elite Team Dynamics workshop to the greater Nashville area to educate leaders on strategies and exercises to help unify their teams and achieve their desired goals.
Nationally recognized educator and instructional coach Nina Morel has been appointed dean of Lipscomb University’s College of Professional Studies, which houses the university’s nationally known competency-based education program
Animal biologist John Lewis explains what is causing an abundance of sap on vehicles this fall.
Family is a priority not forgotten at Lipscomb University. That is why every year the university holds a special Family Weekend dedicated to giving students’ families a taste of college life at Lipscomb, as well as the chance to join in on the fun and get to know the faculty and administrators influencing their children’s lives. BBQ, music, cowboys and pancakes are just a few of the ingredients that make up the event-packed Family Weekend, Oct. 2-4.
The Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is offering several opportunities for the community to receive flu shots this fall, one with a convenient drive-up format allowing patients to get their shots without ever leaving their cars.
Twelve Lipscomb Fridays scheduled this academic year, including a tour, lunch and class.
Multicultural students lead campus to collect shoes to be shipped this week to refugees in Europe.
Lipscomb University’s annual HumanDocs Film Series kicks off the 2015-16 season with the social documentary “Welcome to Leith,” screening at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 23, in Shamblin Theatre. The film is free and open to the public.
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