Families invited to weekend of fun and fellowship, Oct. 2-4
Family is a priority not forgotten at Lipscomb University. That is why every year the university holds a special Family Weekend dedicated to giving students’ families a taste of college life at Lipscomb, as well as the chance to join in on the fun and get to know the faculty and administrators influencing their children’s lives. BBQ, music, cowboys and pancakes are just a few of the ingredients that make up the event-packed Family Weekend, Oct. 2-4.
Lipscomb unlocks forgotten chapter in history
Beaman Library's unique Stribling Brock Letters Collection featured on NBC Nightly News.
Nashville voters have new resource to help make last-minute decisions
With the Aug. 6 election looming just hours away, voters have a new resource to help them evaluate candidates running for mayor of Metro Nashville Davidson County thanks to a student project for the College of Professional Studies.
WWII POW letters spark nationwide media coverage
Read a few of the Beaman Library's historical letters that are going viral online.
Tennessee Teacher of the Year addresses Lipscomb alumni
Karen Vogelsang encourages teachers to lead and teach from the heart.
STEP RIGHT UP! …For the community parenting workshop, raising awareness for healthy living
On Friday, July 17, Lipscomb University’s School of Nursing will join with Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee to provide a carnival-themed workshop to raise awareness for local families who are at risk for poor health outcomes.
IMPACT provides out of this world experience for teens
Community worship and service are among the campers' favorite activities.
Leadership Tennessee announces third class
Lipscomb University’s Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership has announced the 2015-16 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.
A faith journey 8,000 miles long
Fortune and Florah Mhlanga, native of Zimbabwe, have built a strong Christian family and pioneered programs at four universities, including Lipscomb.
Students hear from top HIV doctor at research symposium
Student Scholars Symposium featured inspiring alumni who pioneered HIV treatment for women at Johns Hopkins.
Students show off research chops at Thursday symposium
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences' fourth annual Student Scholars Symposium held Thursday.
Future doctor named top tech student in Nashville
Cameron Lowry was recently named Tech Student of the Year by the Nashville Technology Council. He hopes to use this knowledge when he goes to med school following graduation.
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.
Engineering students create concrete canoe for March competition
Five civil engineering seniors hope to float their boat at the ASCE Concrete Canoe races.
Leadership Tennessee gives new perspective to state’s leaders
Leadership Tennessee, now in its second year, made a stop in Nashville Jan. 11-12 to learn more about challenges and opportunities facing Middle Tennessee.
Hardy’s breast cancer research awarded university’s first-ever NIH grant
Lipscomb University’s College of Pharmacy has received the first National Institutes of Health grant in university history.
Gormley makes a difference by investing in people, finance
Sophomore Trevor Gormley was featured in March 31 CNBC interview on investment skills.
HealthStream CEO speaks at Nashville Business Breakfast
Robert A. Frist Jr. will speak at Dec. 11 Nashville Business Breakfast in Allen Arena.
Lipscomb endows a professorship in honor of accountant Charles Frasier
College of Business Dean Turney Stevens announced The Charles E. Frasier Professorship of Accounting at a dinner Tuesday, Feb. 26, in honor of Frasier, who is professor and chair of the department of accounting, finance and economics.
Lipscomb University takes lead in service learning in state and nation, says U.S. News
U.S. News and World Report "2009 Americaï¿½s Best Colleges" recently cited Lipscomb Universityï¿½s service-learning program, The SALT Program, as one of 25 "Programs to Look For" in the nation. The 25 listed universities, including national powerhouses such as Duke, Stanford, Tulane and Brown universities, were nominated by university presidents, academic officers and deans across the nation as stellar examples of service-learning initiatives.