The Lipscomb University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ biology program has been ranked No. 1 in the nation in the “Top 10 Christian College Biological Degree Programs 2017” ranking recently released by Christian Universities Online.
Family Weekend, Sept. 30-Oct. 1, lets parents personally get to know the people influencing their children’s college lives.
Lipscomb University’s College of Bible & Ministry will celebrate Batsell Barrett Baxter’s influence on preaching and on the university with a special dinner on Thursday, Sept. 29.
On Sept. 22, Lipscomb welcomed Maggie Gobran, an eight-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee who is most commonly known as “Mama Maggie,” to campus for a special chapel presentation in Collins Alumni Auditorium.
Dr. Chris Simmons, professor of computer science and software engineering in Lipscomb’s College of Computing & Technology, and his wife, Dr. Lakisha Simmons, assistant professor of management information systems in Belmont University’s Jack C. Massey College of Business, have collaborated on a new app that is quickly becoming a “must have” for students this semester.
Lipscomb University’s College of Business has named Nashville business leader Phil Pfeffer, president and CEO of Treemont Capital Inc., a CEO-in-residence beginning with the fall 2016 semester.
The Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is raising awareness of American Pharmacist Month by helping the community fight flu season with six flu clinic offerings within the first week of October.
Kevin Barnett, a two-time Olympic athlete and volleyball broadcast analyst for the Olympics, will be on campus this Friday, Sept. 23, for the Lipscomb volleyball game against Kennesaw State. Barnett will be doing the live broadcast for ESPN3 at 6:30 p.m. in Lipscomb’s Allen Arena.
Michael McRay (’11) released his second book, exploring forgiveness through the stories of prison inmates.
Maggie Gobran, an eight-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee who is commonly known as “Mama Maggie” to thousands of children and families in Cairo, Egypt’s garbage slum, is set to speak in a Lipscomb University chapel presentation, Thursday, Sept. 22 from 10:45-11:45 a.m. in Collins Alumni Auditorium.
For the first time in school history, Lipscomb University has been ranked as a national university in the annual U.S. News & World Report’s “2017 America’s Guide to Colleges.”
On Tuesday, Christian singer-songwriter Ellie Holcomb, joined Lipscomb’s Gathering chapel to share her faith journey, as well as her Scripture-inspired music.
The Lipscomb community is mourning the loss of Ezell, longtime member of Lipscomb’s Board of Trustees and friend of the institution, who died Thursday, Sept. 15, at age 89 following a short illness.
Lipscomb University’s Lifelong Learning program invites the community to a Lunch & Learn with New York Times bestselling author and Lipscomb alumnus Robert Hicks, on Wednesday, Sept. 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Lipscomb’s Ezell Center.
Lipscomb University is celebrating a record retention rate and its most diverse student body in university history as fall semester 2016 is in full swing.
Jackson Smith, Lipscomb's current SGA president, shares his vision of leadership for the 2015-17 year - to empower our people, to move a campus, to bless the world.
Lipscomb Theatre kicks of its 2016-17 season with a staged version of Alfred Hitchcock’s film thriller, The 39 Steps, beginning this Friday, Sept. 16. The show will run Sept. 16-18 and 23-25 at 7:30 p.m. in Lipscomb’s Flatt Amphitheater.
In commemoration of the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Lipscomb University’s Student Government Association, Campus Veterans Organization and Young Americans for Freedom installed a 9/11 memorial walk on the university quad, beginning Sunday, September 11 and ending Tuesday, September 13.
Lipscomb University’s Dean Institute for Corporate Governance & Integrity launches its new Boardroom Briefings series with a breakfast on Sept. 13 focusing on cybersecurity threats.
Lipscomb University’s School of Music presents “New Generations: The New Etudes Of Philip Glass and Music of the Next Generation,” a concert featuring American pianist Paul Barnes, Friday, Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Lipscomb’s Ward Hall. This show is free and open to the public.
In light of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Lipscomb University’s Counseling Center is available to help students learn to adapt, cope and thrive as they face the challenges of a college education and young adulthood.
The College of Entertainment & the Arts is taking its Nashville High School Musical Awards “on the road” with a new partnership with the nonprofit Tennessee Performing Arts Center to recognize excellence in local high school musical theater.
The 2016-17 academic year officially got underway after President’s Convocation marked the formal beginning of the new year Aug. 30.
Lipscomb's Behavioral Intervention Team is a group of faculty and staff who assist in the safety, health and welfare of the university through a proactive, collaborative and coordinated approach.