Lipscomb University Sustainability News
A small group of students attempted to tackle the mountains of trash produced as students move out of the dorms at the end of the school year.
As the initial project for Lipscomb’s new student chapter of A Rocha, an international conservation organization, a small group of students attempted to tackle the mountains of trash produced as students move out of the dorms at the end of the school year. The Move-Out Waste event was held on May 4th and 5th, two days during peak move-out time.
Lipscomb Academy Green Team has been chosen the Tennessee Primary School of the Year AND the National Primary School of the Year!
NES visits the Green Team at Lipscomb Academy
A simple inquiry led LAES Green Team on a year-long quest to find why there was no life remaining in the campus creek in 2014-15. After physical/chemical testing and planting 75 species of native vegetation, plant and animal life returned within 6 months.
2016 Sustainability Summit Summary
What is the future of our sustainability and environmental professions? How do we increase our relevance and effectiveness? These are the core questions we posed to event attendees, two prominent national keynote speakers, three experienced local leaders, and four visionary leaders by video on April 13 at Lipscomb University.
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.
University students are developing a transportation plan with you in mind
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.
State Employee Alumni Panel Event
On Wednesday, February 24 alumnus of the Institute for Sustainable Practice graduate program, Jaclyn Mothupi and Founding Director of the ISP, Dodd Galbreath convened a group of five Institute for Sustainable Practice alumni and about 25 state employees to discuss the role that graduate education in sustainability has played in the career paths of the alumni.
Register today for the Institute for Sustainable Practice's Preview Day - April 9, 2016
Come explore our program. You will learn about the opportunities in our Master's degree program, participate in a Green Tour of Nashville and have lunch with our current students enrolled in Applied Earth Systems.
Two sustainability undergraduates, Josiah Lockard and Alicia Calkins, leave on a mission trip to Jamaica for Spring Break
Lipscomb University's Business as Mission department has been working along side residents in the poorest parish of Jamaica, St. Thomas, to help start their own businesses