Jackson Smith, Lipscomb's current SGA president, shares his vision of leadership for the 2015-17 year - to empower our people, to move a campus, to bless the world.
Lipscomb Theatre kicks of its 2016-17 season with a staged version of Alfred Hitchcock’s film thriller, The 39 Steps, beginning this Friday, Sept. 16. The show will run Sept. 16-18 and 23-25 at 7:30 p.m. in Lipscomb’s Flatt Amphitheater.
In commemoration of the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Lipscomb University’s Student Government Association, Campus Veterans Organization and Young Americans for Freedom installed a 9/11 memorial walk on the university quad, beginning Sunday, September 11 and ending Tuesday, September 13.
Lipscomb University’s Dean Institute for Corporate Governance & Integrity launches its new Boardroom Briefings series with a breakfast on Sept. 13 focusing on cybersecurity threats.
Lipscomb University’s School of Music presents “New Generations: The New Etudes Of Philip Glass and Music of the Next Generation,” a concert featuring American pianist Paul Barnes, Friday, Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Lipscomb’s Ward Hall. This show is free and open to the public.
In light of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Lipscomb University’s Counseling Center is available to help students learn to adapt, cope and thrive as they face the challenges of a college education and young adulthood.
The College of Entertainment & the Arts is taking its Nashville High School Musical Awards “on the road” with a new partnership with the nonprofit Tennessee Performing Arts Center to recognize excellence in local high school musical theater.
The 2016-17 academic year officially got underway after President’s Convocation marked the formal beginning of the new year Aug. 30.
Lipscomb's Behavioral Intervention Team is a group of faculty and staff who assist in the safety, health and welfare of the university through a proactive, collaborative and coordinated approach.
Georgia McArtney spent 10 weeks at Norton Sound Health Corporation’s Summercise Camp, a diabetes prevention program in Nome, Alaska.
Lipscomb's Hutcheson Gallery presents “New Tradition: A Contemporary Look At Representational Art” an exhibition by the Cumberland Society of Painters, Aug. 29 through Oct. 14.
Susan Haynes, assistant professor of political science, has spent years studying terrorism and last spring, introduced a new upper-level elective course this called “Terrorism in the Modern World” that provides an academic approach to the fear that is pervading young minds.
In June Kevin Clauson was the only pharmacist at a gathering hosted by the White House Office of Science Technology and Policy.
Pinnacle Financial Partners and Lipscomb University have partnered to develop Pinnacle Pro, an online platform that offers professional development to business owners and their employees.
This past school year, the School of Nursing added new academic programs which helped produce an improved test scores.
College of Entertainment & the Arts has been ranked No. 2 in the nation for its visual arts programs in the “Top 10 Christian College Visual Arts Programs 2017” ranking recently released by Christian Universities Online.
Education veteran Deborah Boyd has been appointed dean of Lipscomb University’s College of Education, the top teacher preparation program in the nation.
Lipscomb Theatre recently announced its 2016-17-theater season, and this year there’s something for everyone. From romance and mystery to comedy and family-friendly, Lipscomb Theatre aims to provide entertainment, as well as education and enrichment to audience members of any age.
Lipscomb University’s Lifelong Learning, sponsored by Alumni Relations, kicks off its fall 2016 program this week with special reception, August 18 from 3-4:30 p.m.
Lipscomb University gears up for its 2016-17 school year with move-in day, for all freshman and transfer students, Sunday, August 14, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Lipscomb men’s basketball team has been honored for solid work in the classroom with a Team Academic Excellence Award by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) for the first time in program history.
Beginning this fall, Wayne Kirkpatrick, a Grammy-Award-winning songwriter and playwright for the show, will join Lipscomb’s College of Entertainment & the Arts as its newest artist-in-residence for the Department of Theatre and the contemporary music program.
Six Lipscomb alumni were named finalists of the 10th annual Nashville Emerging Leader Awards, sponsored by The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and YP Nashville, and held on Thursday, Aug. 4 in Lipscomb’s Collins Alumni Auditorium. Lipscomb alumna Jaclyn Mothupi (’12, ’14) was among the winners.
Kendall Austin, an incoming freshman from Decatur, Georgia, was among the youngest delegates who attended the 2016 Democratic National Convention, July 25-28, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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