College of Leadership & Public Service celebrates five years of Leadership Tennessee program, announces 2017-18 class
Lipscomb University’s College of Leadership & Public Service today announced the 2017-18 class for Leadership Tennessee, a leadership education program designed to cultivate a network of business, nonprofit, education and government leaders who are committed to addressing the state’s challenges and opportunities.
Doctorate of Ministry program receives gift to endow scholarship
A substantial gift to the Lipscomb University College of Bible and Ministry will provide new, endowed scholarships for students in the university’s Doctor of Ministry degree program.
College of Pharmacy first academic organization to join Hashed Health Consortium supporting health care block chain initiatives through research, education
Hashed Health, a healthcare innovation company leveraging blockchain and distributed ledger technologies for transformation in the healthcare industry, announced Lipscomb University’s College of Pharmacy as the first academic organization to join its consortium.
Lipscomb University professor Dale Alden named to Tennessee Board of Examiners in Psychology
Dale Alden, Lipscomb University assistant professor of psychology, was one of 186 Tennesseans named to 68 boards and commissions last month by Governor Bill Haslam. Alden was named to the Tennessee State Board of Examiners in Psychology, and will be charged to keep Tennesseans safe under psychological care.
Fortune Mhlanga receives Carnegie fellowship to support higher education in Africa
Fortune Mhlanga, dean of Lipscomb University’s College of Computing & Technology, has been awarded a fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program.
Graduate program in health care informatics ranked No. 11 in nation
Lipscomb University’s Master of Science in health care informatics has been ranked No. 11 in the nation by Healthcare Administration Degree Programs.
Lipscomb students make debut at 31st annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research last month
For the first time in university history, a group of five Lipscomb University students and one alumnus participated in the 31st annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, a prestigious undergraduate conference that was held at the University of Memphis, April 6-8.
Hostage negotiator Jeff Thompson shares techniques to mitigate crises at 2017 Southeast Conference on Conflict Management
On Wednesday, May 10, local business professionals, attorneys and community members gathered as part of Lipscomb University’s 2017 Southeast Conference on Conflict Management, to learn about Jeff Thompson’s techniques and de-escalate daily conflict in their companies and organizations.
College of Education's secondary education teacher prep program again ranked one of top in nation
The Lipscomb University College of Education’s secondary education teacher preparation program has once again been ranked one of the top in the nation by the National Council on Teacher Quality in its newly released ratings for 717 undergraduate programs that prepare high school teachers.
World-renowned physicist Sylvester James Gates Jr. inspires Lipscomb community with public lecture, time on campus
On Thursday, April 13, world-renowned physicist Sylvester James Gates Jr. graced Lipscomb University with his presence for a public lecture titled "The 1,358,954,496 Matrix Elements to get from SUSY Diff Eq’s to Pictures, Codes, Card Games, Music, Computers and Back Again.”
World renowned physicist Dr. Sylvester James Gates Jr. to host public lecture on campus April 13
Lipscomb University welcomes world renowned physicist Sylvester James Gates Jr. for a public lecture on Thursday, April 13, at 7 p.m. in Stowe Hall.
State taps education college for second year to implement statewide literacy campaign
The Tennessee Department of Education has turned to Lipscomb to train more than two thousand teachers statewide in its literacy campaign, Read to be Ready.
Stewart selected for prestigious Fulbright Scholar program to teach in Spain
Courtney Stewart is the sixth Lipscomb student in 11 years to receive the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. She will head to Spain to teach English this fall.
College of Pharmacy, IBM help next generation of pharmacists utilize business intelligence technologies
IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy announced Monday, April 3, an initiative to help train the next-generation of pharmacists on business analytics and insight-derived decision making.
Competing to be the best on the field and in health care
To be successful in the health care industry, students must have teamwork and goal-setting skills, skills often found in intercollegiate athletes who come to Lipscomb.
Lipscomb’s Relay for Life event raises more than $25,000 for cancer research
On Friday, March 24, Lipscomb students and community members joined together in Allen Arena to fight back against cancer for the fifth annual Relay for Life event. The night kicked off at 7 p.m. with an NFL theme: Kickoff for the Cure. Students committed to staying up for 24 hours to raise money and awareness for cancer research.
2017 HealthyU Healthy Fair provides employees resources to maintain healthier lifestyles
On Thursday, March 30, university employees will have an opportunity to learn more about healthy lifestyles and resources that are available to them at the 2017 HealthyU Health Fair.
Lipscomb’s Starts with Soap chapter aims to enhance classroom experience for local school
On Thursday, March 30, from 8-10 p.m. the chapter will hold the first annual Starts with Soap Charity Concert. The concert will feature Lipscomb students Briston Maroney, Daves Highway, Nordista Freeze and Grant Parker. The concert will be held in Flatt Amphitheater and tickets can be purchased for $5 at the door.
Two biology students selected to participate in summer cancer research program at Vanderbilt
This summer, two students within Lipscomb’s College of Liberal Arts & Sciences will have the opportunity to practice cancer research firsthand as part of the eight-week Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center: Discover Cancer Research Program.
The Hainsworth Collection makes Nashville debut at Lipscomb’s Hutcheson Gallery this month
After spending two years traveling to various museums across the nation, select paintings from the collection of John and Susan Hainsworth will be on display for the first time in Nashville at Lipscomb University’s John C. Hutcheson Gallery. The collection will be exhibited beginning Monday, March 27 and running through Friday, May 5.
Major gift funds preemie and cardiac simulators
The Health Simulation Lab has four new patient simulators due to donation.
Lipscomb’s information technology degree named top in Tennessee, 31st in nation
The College of Computing & Technology's information technology degree has been named one of the top 35 in the nation and the top in Tennessee.
Lipscomb’s Dana Chamblee Carpenter releases sequel to the historical fiction novel Bohemian Gospel
Bohemian Gospel, the first novel by Dana Chamblee Carpenter, associate professor of English at Lipscomb, has captivated historical fiction fans since its release in 2015. This March, she hopes to do the same with the release of its sequel The Devil’s Bible.
Ayers Institute launches new professional learning podcast
The Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning & Innovation housed in Lipscomb University’s College of Education has developed a new resource for educators with the launch of its new professional learning podcast.
Esteemed professor’s legacy lives on at Lipscomb through protégé
Board-certified toxicologist at pharmacy college was inspired by her late Lipscomb mentor.