Lipscomb University has been named the No. 2 best Christian university in the South by Christian Universities Online.
Ray Eldridge, dean of the College of Business, has been appointed chair of the Baccalaureate/Graduate Degree Board of Commissioners for the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Honor students learned how to-and not to-lead from Shakespeare's characters in an integrated literature class this past spring.
Madi Talbert, recent Lipscomb graduate, makes university history July 4 as she becomes the first Bison athlete to quality for U.S. Olympic trials.
Lipscomb's Baja SAE team had a successful run at this year's four-day competition in April.
Thousands of people gathered at Lipscomb Friday, July 1, to begin the Independence Day holiday and to conclude Summer Celebration 2016.
Tom Seals, associate professor of Bible, has released his latest book, "God's Word for Warriors," to benefit student veteran program at Lipscomb.
This year IMPACT celebrates 25 years of bringing thousands of teens together to foster and encourage growth in relationships with God. Throughout the years, more than 2,000 teens have surrendered their lives to Jesus and most have been baptized at the Bible camp on Lipscomb University’s campus.
Lipscomb coaches are remembering former University of Tennessee women’s basketball legend Pat Summitt, winner of 1,098 games and eight NCAA championships, who died Tuesday at age 64 for her impact on women’s sports and on the coaching profession.
Honors students go to Chicago to meet three executives who practice their faith.
On Friday, June 24, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in a historic referendum otherwise known as the "Brexit." Lipscomb’s Marc Schwerdt, professor of history and politics, sheds some light onto what this means for the United States.
John Lowrywas one of ten Middle Tennessee leaders chosen to participate in Harvard Business School’s Young American Leaders Program 2016.
Amanda Williams (’03), instructor of biology at Lipscomb, was recently named one of three winners for Best Clinical Podium Presentation at the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting in Los Angeles, California.
Higher education veteran and leadership scholar, Josh Hayden, has been appointed director of executive programs Spark: Lipscomb’s Idea Center in Williamson County and downtown.
Lipscomb University has claimed the Atlantic Sun Conference Presidents’ Academic Trophy for the third consecutive year, the league announced on Friday, June 17.
As our nation mourns the lives of those lost in the June 12 terror attack in Orlando, Florida, Chris Gonzales, assistant professor of psychology and counseling and program director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Lipscomb, offers a resource for discussing the difficult topics of terror and violence with children.
John Lowry, vice president for development and external affairs, has been honored by the Nashville Business Journal for his impact on the business community in Tennessee’s Williamson County.
On June 7, Lipscomb University recognized three individuals who have been giants within the modern civil rights movements in our country as a part of its “Advancing the National Conversation on Race” event in Lipscomb’s Beaman Library.
Lipscomb University’s College of Leadership & Public Service has announced the 2016-17 class for Leadership Tennessee.
This past April, HealthyU launched a new mentorship program for current members to team up with Lipscomb’s Service Operations employees in an effort to share knowledge, build relationships and increase awareness of the benefits of living healthier lifestyles.
Lipscomb University’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering, in conjunction with Nissan North America Inc., kicks-off its highly popular summer BisonBot Robotics Camps, including its second inner-city camp, this week.
Biology Professor Kent Gallaher was recently appointed to the Tennessee science standards recommendations committee.
Two Lipscomb student-run businesses, Ed. Pack Global and The Little Cottage Bakery, were named finalists earlier this month in Launch Tennessee’s Statewide Venture Challenge, an entrepreneurial pitch competition seeking to create a more connected entrepreneurial community by engaging existing university programs.
Meagan Rust, a graduate of the visual arts program, brings her expertise to Cheekwood.