Professional Studies Book Signing
Collaboration College 2.0 teams make impact on Nashville community
Nashville-area leaders to improve community through unique Collaboration College.
Competency-based assessment program opens door to second career for Army veteran
Army veteran Jeff Negus discovered Lipscomb University's competency-based assessment program can open the door to a second career.
Pharmacy, competency-based education featured in national media
Lipscomb University’s pharmacy and competency-based education programs made national headlines on Tuesday, Feb. 24.
Competency program gives life to McCampbell’s passion
Linda McCampbell is on a mission to complete her college degree. She found a partner in Lipscomb’s College of Professional Studies and its competency-based education program to help her reach her life’s goals.
Competency assessment program helps organizations better train leaders
The College of Professional Studies is partnering with organizations like Tractor Supply Company to evaluate employees and provide a plan for improvement.
Boyd, Morel named interim deans
Lipscomb University Provost W. Craig Bledsoe announced today the appointment Deborah Boyd and Nina Morel as interim deans to fill recent vacancies at the helm of two of its colleges.
Fall commencement a time for celebration
The weather outside may have been a little cold and blustery, but inside Allen Arena it was warm and festive as nearly 400 graduates, their families and friends celebrated December commencement on Saturday, Dec. 13.
Lowry, governor among three Tennesseans invited to White House summit today
Lipscomb University President L. Randolph Lowry is one of three Tennesseans, including Gov. Bill Haslam and Bob Obrohta, executive director of the Tennessee College Access and Success Network, invited by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to Washington, D.C., today, Thursday, Dec. 4, to participate in a summit to celebrate continued efforts to expand access to college for low-income and disadvantaged students.
Community leaders gather to learn how to make an impact through collaboration
More than 160 Nashville area nonprofit agency leaders, board representatives and public or private partners interested in learning more about collaboration and collective impact gathered at Lipscomb University Tuesday, Oct. 21, for the kick-off of the second convening of Collaboration College.