Lipscomb’s Net Impact offers opportunity for students to recycle metals on campus
Lipscomb's Net Impact is offering an opportunity for students to dispose of metals by setting up a bin behind High Rise Men’s Dorm from April 25-May 6 in efforts to save the environment from pollution.
ELL grad students support multilingual families with ‘Ready to Read, Indeed’ night at J.E. Moss Elementary School
On Tuesday, April 19, a group of 48 graduate students from Lipscomb University’s College of Education hosted a family literacy night at J.E. Moss Elementary School in Antioch.
Four distinguished med school deans help celebrate expansion of Lipscomb science facilities
Lipscomb celebrated the opening of the McFarland Science Center addition April 15 with a dedication celebration that included many physicians who received their undergraduate science training at the university.
Undergraduate business program ranked among top 100 in nation in Bloomberg Businessweek rankings
The Lipscomb University College of Business’ undergraduate program has been ranked one of the top 100 in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek in its Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2016 ranking released April 19.
Sustainability Summit features Joel Makower, GreenBiz.com creator Wednesday
Lipscomb University’s Institute for Sustainable Practice hosts its 2016 Sustainability Summit, presented by Nissan, on campus Wednesday, April 13, featuring GreenBiz.com's Joel Makower.
Borchers appointed associate dean in the College of Business
Andy Borchers joins Allison Duke on the College of Business' academic leadership team after his recent appointment as associate dean of the college.
Lipscomb’s Center for Entrepreneurship receives LaunchTN grant in support of Kittrell Pitch Competition
One of Lipscomb University’s premier programs to develop the next generation of innovative entrepreneurial leaders, the Kittrell Pitch Competition, received a $5,000 grant from Launch Tennessee this spring.
National expert in family and health public policy joins college faculty
William Lofton Turner, a former fellow in Barack Obama's senate office, brings scholarly expertise.
Lipscomb’s EAP hosts Humphrey Fellow for spring semester
Lipscomb's English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is hosting Dr. Soe Than, a professor and head of the methodology department at the Yangon Institute of Education in Myanmar, as a part of the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program during the spring semester.
New Beaman Library special collection provides insight into Mormon religion
Glen Davidson, research professor of medicine and culture at Vanderbilt University’s School of Medicine, recently donated volumes of materials about the Mormon Church to the Lipscomb University Beaman Library’s Special Collections.
Freshmen explore faith and science through fossil digs with geologist
Honors College seminar class uses physics and fossils to teach critical thinking.
Students enjoy updated, spacious labs in completed McFarland
The recently completed 24,000-square-foot addition boasts six new science labs.
Dr. Susan Morley named one of Nashville Business Journal's 2016 Women of Influence
Dr. Susan Morley has been named one of Nashville Business Journal’s 2016 Women of Influence Awards in the inspiration/mentor category.
Second Annual Kittrell Pitch Competition kicks off with first qualifying round
For its second year, Lipscomb's Center for Entrepreneurship is providing the Kittrell Pitch Competition to students as it kicked off this year’s competition with its first qualifying round last month.
Lipscomb University ranked 9th best Christian university in the nation by College Choice
Lipscomb University has been ranked No. 9 in the nation by College Choice in its recently released 2015 Best Christian Colleges & Universities ranking.
History Chair Howard Miller: academic, foodie and blogger
Miller dishes on his eclectic past as a pioneer fashion blogger and on his current foodie blog..
The road from Lipscomb leads Ed Trevathan to Baylor University
When Ed Trevathan steps foot on the Baylor University campus each morning as its newly appointed provost, he is entering a world that has been as much a natural part of his life as breathing.
Camp’s Tokens Show returns to famed Ryman stage for Thanksgiving
Bible professor Lee Camp and the Tokens Show returned to the Ryman for a special Thanksgiving edition on Nov. 22. It will be broadcast on WSM twice on Thanksgiving Day.
Denton appointed assistant dean in College of Professional Studies
Lipscomb University has appointed Tiffany Denton as assistant dean of the College of Professional Studies at the university.
Boyd attends White House convening on counseling, college advising
Interim College of Education Dean Deborah Boyd was recently selected to participate in the third White House convening on Strengthening School Counseling and College Advising.
AT&T encourages Lipscomb students that It Can Wait
On Monday, Nov. 2, AT&T visited Lipscomb’s campus to increase awareness of the dangers of distracted driving and to encourage students to keep their eyes on the road, not their phones.
University works to bring more women to tech field
Few women go to work in the tech industry, but the College of Computing & Technology is working to change the trend.
Christian scholar Richard Hughes lends expertise to university
One of the foremost Church of Christ scholars in the nation, Richard Hughes, has been named scholar-in-residence in the College of Bible & Ministry.
Lipscomb makes national mark in counseling, play therapy
Psychology department has moved to the national stage in student mental health counseling and play therapy.
College of Business MBA program ranked among best in nation in Bloomberg Businessweek rankings
The Lipscomb University College of Business’s Master of Business Administration program has been ranked among the best in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek.