Mitch Edgeworth (’95), chief executive officer for Vanderbilt University Hospital and Clinics and Lipscomb’s 2010-11 Young Alumnus of the Year, will be the featured speaker at Lipscomb University’s Nashville Business Breakfast at 7 a.m. on Thursday, March 9 in Allen Arena.
The Nashville community will have a unique opportunity to hear one of National Public Radio’s most well known voices “face-to-face” as Nina Totenberg comes to town March 3
Capt. Ronald Johnson, commander of security operations in Ferguson, Missouri, in the days following the shooting death of Michael Brown on Aug. 9, 2014, recently stopped by campus to share his story of faith.
Angad Madra (’16), who graduated with a management degree in the College of Business, shares his journey to Christ.
Lipscomb University's Singarama 2017 opens Thursday, April 6 and runs through Saturday, April 8 in Collins Alumni Auditorium.
The Alliance for Green Hills is convening its first Transportation Summit at Lipscomb University on Feb. 25.
Lipscomb University’s global learning programs represent some of the most unique travel and learning opportunities around.
As a member of the Respect Leads committee, Andrea Mills, assistant director of Lipscomb’s Counseling Center and adjunct professor, has worked to incorporate this initiative into her Death and Dying class, an undergraduate psychology course within the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
Lipscomb Theatre is debuting its first show of the spring semester, Peter and the Starcatcher, Feb. 17 in Lipscomb’s Shamblin Theatre. The show will run Feb. 17-18 and Feb. 24-25 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 19 and 26 at 2:30 p.m.
Bohemian Gospel, the first novel by Dana Chamblee Carpenter, associate professor of English at Lipscomb, has captivated historical fiction fans since its release in 2015. This March, she hopes to do the same with the release of its sequel The Devil’s Bible.
The Bisons have a special promotion for Thursday night's game against North Florida with one dollar ticket and popcorn night.
On Jan. 30, Lipscomb’s Department of Visual Arts revived its Visiting Artist Program with a talk hosted by nationally influential artist Glexis Novoa. Novoa also hosted a workshop on campus the following day for art students and professors.
Lipscomb University’s School of Music welcomes renowned Chinese pianist, Jie Yuan to campus on Monday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in Ward Hall as part of the schools Faculty & Friends Concert series.
The Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning & Innovation housed in Lipscomb University’s College of Education has developed a new resource for educators with the launch of its new professional learning podcast.
Creating awareness of and encouraging a global mindset within the Lipscomb community is the focus of the new proposed LIGHT program that was presented to faculty, staff and students on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Jan. 9, 2017 marked the beginning of a new chapter for Lipscomb’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering as the new Fields Engineering Center opened its doors for the first time.
Board-certified toxicologist at pharmacy college was inspired by her late Lipscomb mentor.
The Nashville Technology Council recently named Lauren Gardiner, a senior data science major, Technology Student of the Year at the 8th Annual NTC Awards at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon on Jan. 26.
This February, Lipscomb University celebrates Black History Month with a series of events as well as promotes campus-wide initiative to lead with respect.
Lipscomb University will host its annual Summer Celebration Wednesday, June 28 through Friday, June 30, 2017.
For the past year, a unique partnership between the Dietetic Internship Program and Lipscomb Athletics has provided full-time, dedicated sports nutrition services to Lipscomb’s student-athletes and real-world career experience for select dietetic interns.
Three psychology grad students collaborate to produce joint theses on sleep deprivation in nurses.
When Gary P. Wilson, professor of music and director of choral and vocal Studies at Lipscomb, was studying choral music education at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas nearly four decades ago, he didn’t know the impact that his now friend and colleague Dr. Cliff Ganus, professor of music at Harding, would have on his life.
Author and Lipscomb history professor Tim Johnson's Mexican War research took on a new purpose in recent months as he is seeking to return recently discovered soldiers' remains to their families.
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