Election Watch Blog: 19 Days and Counting: Last night’s historic precedent, voter fraud, who can be funny tonight?
Linda Peek Schacht, leader-in-residence in the College of Leadership & Public Service and veteran political communicator in the White House, Congress and presidential campaigns, shares insight into the final days of the presidential election.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month: how to stay safe online
Chris Simmons, assistant professor of computer science and information security, shares expertise on how to stay safe online in light of email phishing scams that typically occur after natural disasters like Hurricane Matthew.
20 days and counting: What to watch in tonight’s presidential debate
Linda Peek Schacht, leader-in-residence in the College of Leadership & Public Service and veteran political communicator in the White House, Congress and presidential campaigns, shares insight into the final presidential debate that airs tonight, Oct. 19.
Author Jeff Selingo to share insight on preparing college students for job market Oct. 19-20
Best selling author Jeff Selingo will share his insight and advice with parents, students, employers and university leaders at a series of events Oct. 19-20 hosted by Lipscomb University’s College of Professional Studies.
Borchers provides insight into hot topic of presidential election
Andy Borchers, chair and professor of management, entrepreneurship and marketing at Lipscomb, recently published an article that gives insight into reshoring, a term that is used to describe the act of bringing back offshored work in manufacturing and other industries to its native countries, and a term that has often been addressed in the current political election.
Leanne Smith's first novel aims to inspire readers of all genres
Leanne Smith (’89, ’09 MBA), an assistant professor and mentor in Lipscomb’s College of Business, recently wrote her first historical fiction novel and will be featured at a book signing at Parnassus Books in Nashville, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 6:30 p.m.
Biology program named No. 1 in the nation
The Lipscomb University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ biology program has been ranked No. 1 in the nation in the “Top 10 Christian College Biological Degree Programs 2017” ranking recently released by Christian Universities Online.
Lipscomb ranked as national university for first time by U.S. News
For the first time in school history, Lipscomb University has been ranked as a national university in the annual U.S. News & World Report’s “2017 America’s Guide to Colleges.”
Lipscomb to bring bestselling author Robert Hicks to campus for Lunch & Learn
Lipscomb University’s Lifelong Learning program invites the community to a Lunch & Learn with New York Times bestselling author and Lipscomb alumnus Robert Hicks, on Wednesday, Sept. 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Lipscomb’s Ezell Center.
Fall semester starts with record retention rate, most diverse student body in history
Lipscomb University is celebrating a record retention rate and its most diverse student body in university history as fall semester 2016 is in full swing.
Lipscomb counseling center offers resources in light of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
In light of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Lipscomb University’s Counseling Center is available to help students learn to adapt, cope and thrive as they face the challenges of a college education and young adulthood.
Lipscomb terrorism class helps mitigate fear
Susan Haynes, assistant professor of political science, has spent years studying terrorism and last spring, introduced a new upper-level elective course this called “Terrorism in the Modern World” that provides an academic approach to the fear that is pervading young minds.
Pharmacy professor invited to the White House
In June Kevin Clauson was the only pharmacist at a gathering hosted by the White House Office of Science Technology and Policy.
Pinnacle, Lipscomb develop learning platform for business owners, employees
Pinnacle Financial Partners and Lipscomb University have partnered to develop Pinnacle Pro, an online platform that offers professional development to business owners and their employees.
Lipscomb’s summer programs ranked among top 20 in the country
Lipscomb University’s summer program was recently ranked No. 20 in the nation by Best College Reviews for its quality and creativity.
Lipscomb named 2016-17 College of Distinction
Lipscomb University has once again been honored as a College of Distinction for the 2016-2017 school year.
Ayers Institute launches new, improved online resource for educators in Tennessee, across the nation
The Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning & Innovation has launched eduToolbox, an online portal that features instructional resources for educators in Tennessee and across the country.
New Nashville Council on Gender Equity includes three Lipscomb representatives
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry recently appointed three Lipscomb representatives on new Council on Gender Equity.
Lipscomb named No. 2 'Best Christian University in the South'
Lipscomb University has been named the No. 2 best Christian university in the South by Christian Universities Online.
Williams’ colitis research honored at national conference for surgeons
Amanda Williams (’03), instructor of biology at Lipscomb, was recently named one of three winners for Best Clinical Podium Presentation at the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting in Los Angeles, California.
Hayden named director of executive programs for Spark
Higher education veteran and leadership scholar, Josh Hayden, has been appointed director of executive programs Spark: Lipscomb’s Idea Center in Williamson County and downtown.
Fulbright program leads Nicole Marton back ‘home’
In April, Nicole Marton (’16) was named Lipscomb's most recent Fulbright Scholar. This fall she will travel to Moldova to teach English courses to high school and college students.
Jeff Mankin honored for dedication to strong academic research
College of Business professor named 2016 Allied Academies Fellow Award winner at Spring International Conference in New Orleans, March 30-April 1.
College of Education receives state grant to launch summer literacy program at J.E. Moss Elementary School
The College of Education has received a grant from the state of Tennessee to administer a summer literacy program targeted to Title 1 Schools and rising first through third grade students.
Biology students hear from one of world's leading HIV researchers
Meharry Medical College president James E.K. Hildreth shares research with biology students.