President Randy Lowry and his wife Rhonda present Kopio Award to retiring Dr. and Mrs. Royce Money on April 6.
Lipscomb University launched its new Prentice A. Meador Distinguished Lectures Tuesday, April 6, with presentations by Landon Saunders and Mike Cope of Heartbeat Ministries.
After seven years of educating student nurses through the innovative Lipscomb/Vanderbilt Nursing Partnership, Lipscomb University announces that its fully accredited School of Nursing will now provide both science education and clinical training on one campus.
Lipscomb University's Pizza & Politics series will present Elaine Kamarck, one of the architects of the "reinventing government" plan during Pres. Bill Clinton administration and a lecturer at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, on Thursday, April 8, at 8 p.m. in the Swang Building, room 108.
Lipscomb University presents “Bringing Up Tim Tebow: Raising Children to Love God & Serve,” featuring Bob and Pam Tebow, parents of former University of Florida Quarterback Tim Tebow, in a parenting seminar on April 17 at 2 p.m. in Allen Arena.
Tickets for the seminar are $5 each and may be purchased at lipscombsports.com. The seminar is sponsored by Lipscomb University Athletics and WAY-FM 88.7 FM. For more information, call 615.966.5850.
The Lipscomb University College of Business School of Executive Education has launched a new MBA Fellowship Program which provides participants with industry-specific job experience as they earn their degree in three “hot” job markets: sports, health care and entertainment/new media, John Lowry, assistant dean for the school, recently announced.
Lipscomb University’s School of Executive Education is accepting applications for the Certificate in Accountancy Program (CAP) for the 2010 class, John Lowry, assistant dean for the School of Executive Education, recently announced.
Dr. Paul Kyo Jhin, leader of the Information and Technology Corps (ITCO) ) (A UN Partner Organization), has been named Lipscomb University’s 2010 Alumnus of the Year. A 1960 graduate of Lipscomb, Jhin, chief executive officer of the ITCO 500/13 Initiative, which will provide 500,000 computers to 10,000 schools that will impact 33 million students in 60 nations by 2013. He is also a member of the High-level Panel of Advisors for the United Nations Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development (UN-GAID). He will be honored at a luncheon and at Lipscomb University’s spring commencement on May 8, where he will address graduates and their families.