Lipscomb University has once again been named among the top universities in the nation for serving student veterans by Military Advanced Education.
Lipscomb University Provost W. Craig Bledsoe announced today the appointment Deborah Boyd and Nina Morel as interim deans to fill recent vacancies at the helm of two of its colleges.
The weather outside may have been a little cold and blustery, but inside Allen Arena it was warm and festive as nearly 400 graduates, their families and friends celebrated December commencement on Saturday, Dec. 13.
Candice McQueen, senior vice president and dean of Lipscomb University’s College of Education since July 2008, has been named commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Education, Gov. Bill Haslam announced today. McQueen begins her post Jan. 20, 2015.
Engineering students will build a prototype bridge, to be rebuilt in Honduras later, in front of the Hughes Center.
Dan Stephenson, 30, founder, chef and CEO of Dan’s Gourmet, recently shared his story with business students as Entrepreneur-in-Residence in Lipscomb University’s College of Business for a day this fall.
The Lipscomb community recently had a unique opportunity to see a sampling of some of the most unique nutcrackers in existence as part of a special display of nutcracking devices from the Leavenworth Nutcracker Museum.
For the second time in less than a week, Lipscomb University president L. Randolph Lowry has been invited by the President Barack Obama administration to participate in conversations about college access and educational opportunities for underserved populations.
New research Fellowship is a $15,000 annual grant to research teaching best practices.
Beloved Nashville entertainer Amy Grant honored with establishment of scholarship.
International experience highlighted other successful approaches to K-12 education.
Lipscomb students along with community leaders learn more about Hong Kong’s global role.
Lipscomb University President L. Randolph Lowry is one of three Tennesseans, including Gov. Bill Haslam and Bob Obrohta, executive director of the Tennessee College Access and Success Network, invited by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to Washington, D.C., today, Thursday, Dec. 4, to participate in a summit to celebrate continued efforts to expand access to college for low-income and disadvantaged students.
The community is invited to kick-off the holiday season Tuesday, Dec. 2.
The Lipscomb Bisons volleyball team has made history as the first Atlantic Sun Conference volleyball team to earn an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament. This will be the fifth NCAA tournament appearance for the program.
Students in directing, acting and dance classes, and the university’s new dance company to perform shorts in Shamblin Theatre.
To better serve those students whose first language is not English, Lipscomb’s College of Education has established the English for Academic Purposes program—EAP.
On Wednesday, Nov. 19, members of Lipscomb’s chapter of FUTURO, a national professional association for Latino college students, hosted a luncheon to thank the service operations team.
For the fourth year, the education college has been recognized as one of the most effective teacher preparation programs in the state.
Technology majors have been busy all semester with collaborative competitions held throughout the area.
To help foster healthy habits the university’s HealthyU Employee Wellness Program provides a variety of opportunities for the Lipscomb community to learn about healthy food and lifestyle choices as well as offers incentives to exercise.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Lipscomb University with the arrival of this year’s Christmas tree.
Lipscomb University students will have an a unique opportunity to sell their ideas in hopes of earning seed money to launch them as part of the 2014-15 Kittrell Pitch Competition during Fall 2014 Global “E Week” hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurship in the College of Business.
A group of about 50 mechanical and electrical engineering students from Lipscomb University’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering visited Saint Thomas West Hospital in Nashville Nov. 7 to learn about how robotics is making an impact in health care.