Award-winning film on national economist screens Wednesday
Robert Reich, former Clinton Secretary of Labor , is featured in documentary on income inequality in the U.S.
National pioneer in multimedia art to speak on campus Tuesday
Jessica Stockholder to be featured speaker at the Presidential Lectures on Art and Art History.
New center for engineering service to focus on developing communities
The College of Engineering announces a new center focused on missions and humanitarian projects.
Shacklett named finalist for Nashville Business Journal’s 2014 Women of Influence
Assistant business dean of marketing and enrollment is one of 41 finalists.
Dobson, Ford heading to national team tryouts
Lauren Ford and Jewell Dobson will be attending the U.S. Women’s National Volleyball Team Open Tryouts Feb. 20.
Graduate scholarships through partners benefit community
To address the economy’s most crucial career fields, Lipscomb offers several scholarships through Nashville associations.
Jan Babiak, international corporate board member, awarded as Hero of Business
Former Ernst & Young managing partner in the UK honored Feb. 6 as the College of Business’ Hero of Business.
Transit Citizen Leadership Academy to examine regional transit needs
Middle Tennessee community leaders meet over the next two months to learn about regional transit needs.
College of Education gets $571,000 to create MOOCs
State grants will fund 10 free online courses designed to help new teachers implement Common Core standards.
Jon Meacham, Phil Bredesen spring guests at now that you ask...
The Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership’s Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and former Tennessee governor.