Community leaders will gather at Lipscomb University’s annual Abriendo Puertas (Opening Doors) forum Wednesday, Feb. 10, to engage in deliberate dialogue about Nashville’s future as a multicultural city and how to empower those diverse voices in the community.
Lipscomb University is on a normal class schedule for day and night classes Tuesday, February 9. Because weather and road conditions can vary greatly within our region, the Class Schedule Disruption Policy will be in effect. Faculty and students are advised to avoid undue risks in traveling.
With the backdrop of a presidential election campaign season in full throttle, Lipscomb University launched its new College of Leadership & Public Service, an initiative to provide a different approach to public service at a special event Feb. 4.
Ken Jennings, best-selling author and recognized expert in servant leadership, spent time on campus sharing his message of servant leadership with several student groups.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry recently stopped by campus to discuss her first 100 days in office at the Nashville Business Breakfast.
In celebration of Black History Month, Lipscomb’s African American Student Services office, along with its Intercultural Development office, will host several Multicultural Awareness, Skills and Knowledge (M.A.S.K.) chapels to commend diversity and encourage unity on campus.
Marc Schwerdt, assistant professor of political science, sheds light on the results of the 2016 Iowa caucus.
On Feb. 5, Lipscomb University will host its fourth-annual Relay For Life event in Allen Arena.
Ambassador Gentry O. Smith, Director of the Office of Foreign Missions; United States Department of State will share his experiences in public service and foreign missions during two special presentations at Lipscomb University Feb. 18.
Lipscomb University has appointed 21-year Air Force veteran Chad Staggs director of its veteran services program.
On Friday, Jan. 29, Dee Ann Turner, vice president of corporate talent for Chick-fil-A, joined Lipscomb’s College of Business as an executive-in-residence for the day to share her insight and wisdom on cultivating culture with faculty and students.
Honors College seminar class uses physics and fossils to teach critical thinking.
The recently completed 24,000-square-foot addition boasts six new science labs.
Lipscomb University’s John C. Hutcheson Gallery presents an exhibit by visual artist Rob Matthews beginning Jan. 25, and running through March 11.
Ruth (Wiseman) and Eugene Lamb will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary this Valentine’s Day after meeting and marrying on Lipscomb's campus in the 40's.
Classes are canceled for Saturday, Jan. 23. SAT testing has been postponed.
All day and night classes are canceled today, Friday, Jan. 22, 2016. University offices will also be closed, except those essential to the safety and welfare of on campus residents.
Lipscomb University celebrated MLK Day 2016 with a combination of service and a gathering of diverse community leaders.
Dr. Susan Morley has been named one of Nashville Business Journal’s 2016 Women of Influence Awards in the inspiration/mentor category.
When Arika Stovall and Hunter Hanks left Jacksonville, Florida, on New Year’s Day to travel the nearly 600 miles to Nashville, they could not have imagined that they would end the day in a hospital lucky to be alive.
On Feb. 3, Lipscomb's College of Business presents the Serving Leader Summit featuring Ken Jennings, best-selling author of The Serving Leader: 5 Powerful Actions to Transform Your Team, Your Business and Your Community.
Gary Wilson will conduct the first performance of the Williamson County Schools Honor choir, Jan. 12 at Brentwood Baptist Church.
Members of the U.S. Olympic and Davis Cup teams are scheduled to perform in the Nashville Tennis Classic at Lipscomb's Allen Arena on Feb. 6.
Lipscomb's IDEAL program celebrated a milestone Dec. 17 when the program's first cohort received certificates in career exploration.