News Release Archive
Lipscomb Missions hosts annual walk-through experience highlighting short-term mission work for students, community
The Lipscomb Missions Program hosted the community for a unique walk-through, immersion experience Sept. 18 featuring food, audio tours and authentic displays of mission trips in India, Honduras and New York City.
Lipscomb ranked in Top 20 regional universities in the South by U.S. News
Lipscomb University is again ranked among the top 20 regional universities in the South, according to the U.S. News and World Report’s “2013 America’s Best Colleges” guidebook published today. With an overall ranking of 19th in the Regional Universities-South category, Lipscomb progressed in six of the 12 indicators used for the ranking.
Former national champion Brewer returns to lead men's golf program
Will Brewer has been named Lipscomb University’s Director of Golf Programming and head men's golf coach. Athletics Director Philip Hutcheson announced Tuesday, Sept. 4, that Brewer will begin his duties immediately.
Lipscomb University observes Patriot Day with ceremony at Allen Bell Tower
The Lipscomb University community will observe Patriot Day with a special ceremony on Sept. 11 to remember those who were injured or died during the terrorist attacks in the United States on Sept. 11, 2001.
Lipscomb community celebrates grand opening of renovated campus center
The Lipscomb University community celebrated the grand opening of the renovated Bennett Campus Center on Tuesday, Sept. 4 with a variety of activities planned to highlight the new features of the facility.
Lipscomb University posts sixth consecutive year of record enrollment
With a sixth year of record enrollment this fall, Lipscomb University has hit a 70 percent enrollment growth since 2005. With an enrollment of nearly 4,300 university students, Lipscomb University has added more than 1,200 students in the last five years. The enrollment number will continue to increase in the next few weeks as cohorts in several graduate programs, including business and education, begin classes later in the semester.
Lipscomb launches first generation mobile app
If you are a fan of Lipscomb University, now you can carry the university around with you wherever you go! The first generation of the Lipscomb University mobile application debuted this month, offering the Lipscomb community the ability to check out university news, look up contact information for faculty and staff, check the Lipscomb Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages and even look up a library book all from your cell phone.
College of Business launches supply chain management program
Lipscomb University’s College of Business recently announced the launch of a new supply chain management curriculum program in partnership with Hang Seng Management College in Hong Kong,
Ayers Institute awarded $1.2 million THEC grant to work with Common Core Standards
The Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) has awarded a $1.2 million contract to Lipscomb’s Ayers Institute to create resources for university faculty to use when preparing new teachers to employ the national and state-adopted Common Core Standards.
Humphrey appointed to Governor's Council on Service Members, Veterans, Families
Jim Humphrey, assistant dean of students and director of Veterans Services at Lipscomb University, was recently appointed by Governor Bill Haslam to serve on the Governor’s Council on Service Members, Veterans & Their Families. Humphrey is among 10 new appointees selected from across the state of Tennessee to serve on the council.
President's Convocation kicks off 2012-13 academic year for students, Lipscomb community
Lipscomb Academy, nursing students and a beloved classmate received special recognition Tuesday, Aug. 28, at Lipscomb University’s President’s Convocation, the annual formal ceremony to kick off the academic year.
Deery remembered for the impact he made on the lives of others
Track and field standout Matt Deery was remembered Thursday, Aug. 23, as a good teammate and friend who had an infectious smile and impacted the lives of everyone around him. The Lipscomb community gathered in Collins Alumni Auditorium to celebrate the life of Deery, who died Aug. 1 as the result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Upper Nazareth Township, Pa. He was honored by his teammates, coaches and university administrators during the service.
Show your Lipscomb pride by wearing purple this Friday for national College Colors Day
This Friday students, employees, alumni and friends are encouraged to wear purple to show their Lipscomb pride by wearing purple for National College Colors Day. Lipscomb University’s alumni association, athletics programs and dining services are partnering to celebrate this national event in the Lipscomb community.
Lipscomb, Transit Alliance bring area leaders together to examine transit opportunities
Responding to mass transit needs and options in Middle Tennessee, the Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee and Lipscomb University’s Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership have brought leaders from across the region together to examine transit opportunities as part of its third Transit Citizen Leadership Academy. Nashville Mayor Karl Dean opened the new session of the Transit Citizen Leadership Academy Aug. 22, stressing the importance of this course of study.
Servant leadership is a long-term commitment says Tractor Supply Co’s Wright
Being a servant leader isn’t always easy according to Jim Wright, chairman and chief executive officer for Tractor Supply Company (TSC). Wright told a crowd of nearly 800 at the Aug. 22 Nashville Business Breakfast in Allen Arena that servant leadership is “a point of view and practice” that has helped TSC grow into the largest operator of retail farm stores in the United States. It operates more than 1,100 stores in 44 states—employing over 16,000 people — and is ranked among Fortune’s 100 fastest-growing companies.
Pharmacy students kick off career by receiving their first white coat at ceremony
Seventy-five new student pharmacists from 17 states across the nation began their pharmacy career on Friday, Aug. 17, by receiving their white coats, a symbol of their professionalism and integrity.
Student-operated gallery OPEN debuts Sept. 1 in the Arcade with sculptor Joel Parsons
The Lipscomb University Department of Art announces the opening of the student-operated art gallery OPEN, in the Arcade downtown. The gallery will debut Sept. 1, the night of the next downtown/Fifth Avenue Art Crawl, featuring sculptor Joel Parsons.
Avenue Bank vice president wins Dean Institute Business with a Purpose MBA Scholarship
April Britt, learning manager and vice president for Avenue Bank, has been selected to receive the Business with a Purpose full-tuition MBA scholarship, awarded by the Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and Integrity and the College of Business as a follow-up to the Dean Institute’s Leadership and Integrity Awards.
Bookstore debuts new online ordering system for fall semester
Students accustomed to getting a bacon-ranch sub sandwich out of the window at Sub Connection will now be getting an order of Accounting 101 with Chemistry 2 on the side. Through the bookstore's new online ordering system, students must order their books at lipscomb.textbooktech.com at least 24 hours before they pick them up in the new location.
Campus comes alive Sunday, Aug. 12, as the 2012 freshmen arrive for QuestWeek
From extra hands to haul stuff and free lunches to fun get-togethers and formal ceremonies, Lipscomb University worked hard to make new freshmen and transfer students feel welcomed and stress-free during the first days of fall semester 2012.
Hutcheson Gallery features Cheekwood art, hand-picked by Dawn Whitelaw
The John D. Hutcheson Gallery presents “Selections from Cheekwood,” curated by nationally known artist Dawn Whitelaw, through Sept. 26. The exhibit features 16 pieces selected from the 8,000-piece collection of American and contemporary paintings and sculpture held by the Cheekwood Museum of Art.
For the second year, Lipscomb Academy grads enrolled in Lipscomb travel to England for first course
Twenty-three incoming Lipscomb freshmen got the best first college class ever July 21- July 29 on an international trip to England with Lipscomb professors, staff and Lipscomb President Randy Lowry and Mrs. Rhonda Lowry.
Lipscomb mourns loss of track and field standout Deery
The Lipscomb University athletic department announced today that rising sophomore Matt Deery, a track and field standout, lost his life in an automobile accident in Upper Nazareth Township, Pa., on Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 1.
Youngblood brings lifelong love of nursing to Lipscomb program
Beth Youngblood has wanted to be a nurse for as long as she can remember. As a child, she played teacher and nurse with her collection of stuffed animals. Determined that she wanted to pursue a career in nursing, Youngblood, at age 13, got a job helping out in a large Nashville obstetrics and gynecology practice. It was there that she fell in love with women’s health and the excitement that comes with expectant families.
Mens hoops set to take on defending national champ Kentucky
For the first time since the 2005-06 season, the Lipscomb men’s basketball team is set to make a trip to Rupp Arena to face the defending national champion Kentucky Wildcats on Dec. 15.