Competency-based program featured in Inside Higher Ed
New and innovative program is quickly gaining a reputation as a national leader.
AARP president shares trends in aging with students
Rob Romasco, AARP president, recently visited campus to share trends in aging with students.
Long visits White House, meets with Department of Education, Congress
Lipscomb University among three universities to visit nation’s capital April 10.
Lowry, McQueen invited to attend Obama speech in Nashville
President Lowry and Sr. VP McQueen were invited to the post-State of the Union speech.
Lipscomb submits competency-based education proposal to U.S. Department of Education
Lipscomb among select group of universities to provide ideas for innovative learning models.
Faculty honored with state, national and global honors in 2013
Accounting professor Perry Moore was among the faculty to make international achievements.
Former death row inmate and son highlight forgiveness
Gaile Owens and son Stephen told story of reconcilation at SALT event on campus Thursday.
School of TransformAging® receives grant to improve TennCare services for aging
Transforming the way society responds to aging issues—from public policy to service-delivery is the primary focus of Lipscomb University’s School of TransformAging®. Now, experts at the school have a new opportunity to impact the quality of care in Tennessee through a partnership with Princeton University.
Long-term healthcare costs for aging topic of School of TransformAging® conference
Attorneys along with insurance, financial services and long-term care professionals will come together to discuss “Navigating Healthcare Costs for Elders” at Lipscomb University June 20.
Aging issues expert appointed academic director for School for TransformAging
Aging issues expert Beverly S. Patnaik was recently appointed director of academics for the School for TransformAging at Lipscomb University. Patnaik will expand the university’s TransformAging programs to serve those in the Nashville community and beyond.