The Loop Newsletter Electronic Archives
In a recent conversation with one of our student leaders I asked him what God had been teaching him. He told me he’d been learning to answer the question: Are you willing?
Equipping Students for Success
The newly created Academic Success Center (ASC) allows students to take advantage of individual tutoring, collaborative study groups, athletic study hall, academic workshops, student advocacy consultation and academic coaching....
College of Engineering now planning 2013 global service trips
One of the highlights of Lipscomb students in engineering is the opportunity to travel to places like Guatemala, Honduras, or the Dominican Republic...
Transitioning from College to Career
As the academic year comes to an end, careers begin for graduates! This exciting time in a new graduate’s life creates excitement and vulnerability. They often feel like they have more questions than answers on how to make their goals a reality. The Career Development Center is here to support graduates through the time of career transition.
News from the Office of Risk Management
With the spring semester quickly wrapping up, many students will be hitting the highways traveling home, visiting friends and vacationing in new and familiar locations. Although fun and exciting for your student, it creates additional time spent behind the wheel or as a passenger in a vehicle.
Clinical Practice for Education Students
Lipscomb’s College of Education is continually working to improve teacher training programs. Just as the medical profession understands the crucial part that clinical experience plays in the training of doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals, the education community understands the need to increase clinical practice for pre-service teachers.
Students Connect at Beaman Library
April 8-14 is designated as National Library Week, so this month is a great time to make the public aware of the many ways libraries serve our communities. For the staff of Beaman Library, our community is basically our faculty and students. However, in the largest sense, we also serve the community around us in various ways.
Conversations of Significance
Sometimes, the toughest circumstances create the softest hearts. The Trayvon Martin incident, in which a young African-American man was shot and killed by a neighborhood watch member in Florida, has brought to light racial tensions that, sadly, never seem to be far from the surface in our nation.
The Loop is a newsletter for Lipscomb parents, published once each semester, that keeps you "in the loop" of what's happening on and around campus. It contains events, initiatives, dates to remember, important phone numbers and other useful information. As a parent, it is sent directly to you at home.
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