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.
Sandra Parham is the new director of Lipscomb's Beaman Library.She comes here after having spent the last 15 years as dean of the library at California State University, Dominquez Hills.
On Oct. 7, Allen Arena will be the site of one of Christian music’s biggest nights.
Collaboration College promotes partnerships in Middle Tennessee nonprofits.
The office in student life is a resource for students of all cultural backgrounds.
The classic Greek tragedy will be set in idyllic 1950s America.
The conference will feature panelists from top media outlets and the Poynter Institute.
This fall marks the 150th anniversary of the Civil War's Battle of Nashville.
Faculty and staff ventured to Fort Campbell, Ky., to visit the United States Army installation.
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.
Documentary explores the politics and controversy of oil development in Africa.
First of four forums this fall semester focuses on water resource issues.
All three undergraduate engineering programs are now ABET accredited.
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.
The Navy’s premier country music ensemble will present a free concert Sept. 15.