Welcome to Fall 2013!
Elementary, Middle, and High Schools are back in session, along with Universities all across the nation. That means one thing... kickoff is right around the corner for the first football games! We here at Spark are having a kickoff of our own! We are beginning new social media coverage, including the start of our new blog! It is currently under construction, but soon you will be able view this blog from our main website. Also, we will be posting regular updates, including the link to this blog on your favorite social media outlets. Be sure to follow us to keep up with everything that's going on here at Spark!
Here to introduce it and to give you a one year update on our state of the art facility is Spark's Executive Director John Lowry.
Spark: Lipscomb’s Idea Center launched in August 2012 with the dream of making Lipscomb Williamson County’s university. A year later…
- 125 Lipscomb students are pursuing their graduate degrees at Spark
- Lipscomb has produced 20 technology professionals through Spark that are contributing to Williamson County’s largest workforce need
- Over 3,500 people have experienced Spark through a meeting or event
- Nearly 50 companies or organizations use Spark on a regular basis for team meetings, corporate events, or design thinking sessions
We are pleased to announce the latest contribution of Spark. The Spark Plug will be an online resource containing content geared toward professional and personal development. It will bring to you the best information in a concise and compelling way.
You will be engage by articles from Lipscomb faculty, radio interviews from the Spark Radio Show, devotionals from area pastors and ministers, and video material such as Conversations with the Dean hosted by Lipscomb College of Business Dean Turney Stevens.
Thank you in advance for your support of Spark.