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.
A special ceremony Nov. 10 features the Screaming Eagles parachuting onto the Quad.
Lipscomb University played on a new stage Thursday, Nov. 6, as more than 2,300 community leaders, employees, donors and friends gathered in Nashville’s famed Ryman Auditorium to share a vision for what the institution will be and the impact it will have on the community by 2020.
Constructed in the 1960s, McFarland has launched the careers of innumerable health science professionals.
Bring your mattresses, electronics, cell phones, light bulbs, batteries and more.
United States senators Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Angus King (IND-ME) visited Lipscomb University Oct. 24 to discuss their proposed financial aid and student loan reforms.
Avalon Market Day, presented by the Associated Women for Lipscomb, to support student scholarships will take place on campus Nov. 1.
More than 160 Nashville area nonprofit agency leaders, board representatives and public or private partners interested in learning more about collaboration and collective impact gathered at Lipscomb University Tuesday, Oct. 21, for the kick-off of the second convening of Collaboration College.
On Oct. 15, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and former Gov. Phil Bredesen visited Lipscomb for a special event hosted by the Nelson & Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership and the Institute for Law, Justice and Society to kick-off early voting in the state.
Lipscomb University’s College of Pharmacy has received the first National Institutes of Health grant in university history.
Hundreds of Middle Tennessee students expected to compete for the BEST prize.
Deby K. Samuels, vice president of university communication and marketing, and Michael C. Green, vice president and chief information officer, were both recognized this fall as among the best in their fields in education and nonprofit by the Nashville Business Journal.
Leah Hashinger was awarded a Salute to Excellence Award from the Center for Nonprofit Management for the ESL to Go program.
National culture commentator speaks in Shamblin on Oct. 15.
Dana Carpenter's award-winning historical fiction novel will be on bookshelves next fall.
Recently Fred Scholl, associate professor of information security and interim director of the graduate programs in Lipscomb University’s College of Computing and Technology, recently attended the 2014 Info Sec Nashville event to learn about the latest trends in information security and to network with other experts in the field.
For the sixth year in a row, Lipscomb University has been designated a Military-Friendly School by “GI Jobs,” a publication of Victory Media, for its veterans services program.
Local animators, illustrators and character designers will have a unique opportunity to learn from some of the top artists in the industry, including those from Disney blockbusters “Frozen” and “The Lion King,” in a workshop hosted by Lipscomb's College of Entertainment & the Arts Oct. 25-26.
Francine Rivers will speak to the student body on Tuesday, Oct. 7 in high school gymnasium.
High school students will be able to sit for pharmacist technician exam once completing the class.
Family Weekend gives students’ families a special glimpse into the college life at Lipscomb.
Local chef brings the Special Culinary Challenge to IDEAL program students.
Master of Management program is valuable stepping-stone for recent graduates.
ICL honors five graduate students with financial awards.