News Release Archive
Business faculty, staff retreat to Fort Campbell
Faculty and staff ventured to Fort Campbell, Ky., to visit the United States Army installation.
Lipscomb named an up-and-coming university by US News
Lipscomb University is again ranked among the Top 20 regional universities in the South as well as an up-and-coming university in the region, according to the U.S. News and World Report’s “2015 America’s Best Colleges” guidebook published today.
HumanDocs kicks off Wednesday with Big Men
Documentary explores the politics and controversy of oil development in Africa.
Collaborative Conversations debuts Tuesday at 6 p.m.
First of four forums this fall semester focuses on water resource issues.
Civil engineering program accredited by ABET
All three undergraduate engineering programs are now ABET accredited.
Official numbers mark second-best enrollment in university history
As its 124th academic year is underway, the Lipscomb community is celebrating one of its best enrollments in history. Official enrollment numbers indicate a total university enrollment of 4,526, the second-highest count in school history.
U.S. Navy Band Country Current to perform Sept. 15
The Navy’s premier country music ensemble will present a free concert Sept. 15.
Show your Lipscomb pride by wearing purple Friday for College Colors Day
This Friday students, employees, alumni and friends are encouraged to wear purple to show their Lipscomb pride by wearing purple for National College Colors Day on Friday, Aug. 29.
Predators’ Jeff Cogen, David Poile featured at Nashville Business Breakfast Aug. 28
Jeff Cogen, CEO and general manager of the Nashville Predators and Bridgestone Arena, and David Poile, president of hockey operations and general manager for the Nashville Predators, will be the featured speakers at the next Nashville Business Breakfast.
Lipscomb named 13th best Christian college in the nation
Lipscomb University has been named the 13th best Christian university in the nation by Christian Universities Online.
Lipscomb community mourns the loss of Earl Dennis
Today, the Lipscomb community is mourning the loss of Earl Dennis, 88, former longtime faculty member and chief academic officer, who died Monday, Aug. 18.
Lipscomb has all-time record retention rate, increase in undergrad, first-time graduate student numbers
Classes are underway at Lipscomb University, and for a tenth consecutive fall the institution is celebrating an increase in its student population in addition to other record milestones.
MOOC designed for teacher prep launched today
Lipscomb's first MOOC. designed for Tennessee’s teachers, was posted today.
Lipscomb employees give time, funds to university
This year’s family campaign — We Are Lipscomb — officially launched Thursday, Aug. 14, and will run through Sept. 12. The goal is for all employees to contribute to the Family Campaign.
Lowry takes the ice bucket challenge
Tuesday, L. Randolph Lowry joined a long list of well-known people raising awareness of ALS around the globe.
Lipscomb named 2014-15 College of Distinction
Lipscomb University has been honored as a College of Distinction for the 2014-2015 school year. The Colleges of Distinction designation is given to select schools to honor their excellence in student-focused higher education.
Preseason A-Sun Volleyball awards have a Lipscomb flavor
The Lipscomb volleyball team has been selected by the Atlantic Sun coaches as the No. 1 team in the 2014 preseason poll.
Roberts named dean of student development
Attorney Josh Roberts has been appointed dean of student development in that office, Scott McDowell, senior vice president for student life, has announced.
Filming begins on campus for movie about legendary basketball coach Don Meyer
Cameras are rolling today on the Lipscomb University campus as part of the production of “My Many Sons,” a film about the life of legendary former Bison basketball coach Don Meyer.
Morel appointed associate dean in College of Professional Studies
Nationally recognized educator and instructional coach Nina Morel has been appointed to lead Lipscomb University’s new competency-based education program as associate dean of the College of Professional Studies at the university.
Board approves new School of Public Policy and Civic Leadership, physician assistant degree among other initiatives
Lipscomb University’s board of trustees approved a number of new programs and initiatives at its August board meeting, held in Nashville on Aug. 1. approved.
Culture, innovation key to successful corporate transformation
Gary A. Garfield, CEO and president of Bridgestone Americas Inc. and vice president and senior officer of Bridgestone Corporation, shared keys to corporate success at the July 23 Nashville Business Breakfast.
Clinical mental health counseling program awarded accreditation
Mental health counseling program becomes second in Nashville to earn CACREP accreditation.
Faculty research published, honored nationwide
In 2014, various faculty have been published in academic journals or have won awards.
Tennessee Supreme Court Justice speaks on campus Thursday
Justice William Koch will discuss his career, difficult legal issues facing the state.