After another successful regular season campaign, the Lipscomb women’s soccer team has earned a number of end-of-season accolades from the ASUN, as announced by the league offices on Oct. 26.
Lipscomb Theatre presents its fall production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, beginning Thursday, Oct. 27 and ending Sunday, Nov. 6.
Lipscomb University’s John C. Hutcheson Gallery presents “And Most Slow Have I Been,” an exhibition by Karen Seapker, Oct. 24-Dec. 9.
On Saturday, Oct. 22, Lipscomb University’s Igniting the Dream of Education and Access at Lipscomb (IDEAL) program, in conjunction with Campus Recreation and the Student Government Association, held its inaugural Bison Boogie 5K to raise money for the program’s scholarship fund.
The Men’s Style Project will be hosted on Monday, Oct. 24 from 5:30-7 p.m. in Shamblin Theatre. This event is exclusive to gentlemen of Lipscomb’s community both past and present.
The Tennessee Department of Veterans Services, in partnership with the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and Drive to 55, held its annual Veteran Education Academy at Lipscomb University on Tuesday, Oct. 5.
Lipscomb University was recently listed No. 26 in the nation as part of College Choice’s 2016 Best Bachelor’s in Human Resources Degree programs ranking.
Linda Peek Schacht, leader-in-residence in the College of Leadership & Public Service and veteran political communicator in the White House, Congress and presidential campaigns, shares insight into the final days of the presidential election.
Chris Simmons, assistant professor of computer science and information security, shares expertise on how to stay safe online in light of email phishing scams that typically occur after natural disasters like Hurricane Matthew.
Linda Peek Schacht, leader-in-residence in the College of Leadership & Public Service and veteran political communicator in the White House, Congress and presidential campaigns, shares insight into the final presidential debate that airs tonight, Oct. 19.
Lipscomb University’s Veteran Services Program was one of six institutions in Tennessee recently selected to receive funds through the Tennessee Higher Education Commission’s 2016 Veteran Reconnect grant program.
Best selling author Jeff Selingo will share his insight and advice with parents, students, employers and university leaders at a series of events Oct. 19-20 hosted by Lipscomb University’s College of Professional Studies.
Lipscomb University will be featured in a 30-minute special on Nashville's WSMV-Channel 4 this Friday night, Oct. 14, at 7 p.m. CST.
The Department of the Army recently named Ray Eldridge, dean of the College of Business, one of three recipients of the Commander's Award for Public Service.
Just days before Hurricane Matthew ripped through Haiti, Steve Taylor, Lipscomb’s filmmaker-in-residence in the College of Entertainment & the Arts, was among 12 state leaders including former U.S. Senate Majority leader Bill Frist, MD; to tour Haiti focusing on humanitarian efforts supported by U.S. governmental funding.
As Lipscomb University celebrated its 125th anniversary on Oct. 5, the Lipscomb community is keeping the celebration going with the revival of Homecoming Nov. 4-6.
The Lipscomb University campus was transformed into the mecca of contemporary Christian and gospel music on Tuesday, Oct. 11, as thousands of musicians, producers, industry leaders and fans converged to celebrate the 47th annual GMA Dove Awards held in Allen Arena.
Lipscomb University has appointed Brent Culberson director of neighborhood, community and government relations at Lipscomb University.
Lipscomb University’s Nursing Honor Society recently inducted 23 nursing students into the society at a special ceremony held in the Doris Swang Chapel on Sept. 15.
Freshman family relations major, Emma Dryden, shares her journey with Hodgkin's Lymphoma before coming to Lipscomb this fall.
On Thursday, Oct. 13, Lipscomb University will join with 10 other universities across the nation to present Q Union 2016, a two-hour event that discusses big issues through the lens of faith, from 7 to 9 p.m. in Shamblin Theatre. This event is open to Lipscomb students only.
Andy Borchers, chair and professor of management, entrepreneurship and marketing at Lipscomb, recently published an article that gives insight into reshoring, a term that is used to describe the act of bringing back offshored work in manufacturing and other industries to its native countries, and a term that has often been addressed in the current political election.
Lipscomb University’s HumanDocs Film Series presents Craig Atkinson’s “Do Not Resist” screening at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 5, in Shamblin Theatre. The film is free and open to the public.
Lipscomb’s EAP program has partnered with Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College to be an associate campus for the Humphrey Fellowship Program.
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