Lipscomb University Sustainability News
LAES GREEN TEAM HONORED
This month the LAES Green Team was recognized in the magazine publication, Tennessee Conservationist.
Recent Graduate, Ross Graham reviewed Cracking the Carbon Code
Ross Graham, a recent graduate of the ISP, had a book review published in Community Development, the Journal of the Community Development Society.
Where We Call Home: Race and Place in Nashville and the Rural Southeast
College of Leadership and Public Service Preview Day
Preview Day 2016 lets you easily and quickly explore the college’s impactful master’s degrees and certificate programs that give leaders like you the relevant skills needed to build a legacy in key issues of this century with practical, community-based solutions.
ESS 2013 Introduction to Sustainable Energy Sources visits Foggy Hollow Farm.
Our undergraduate renewable energy class visited the LEED platinum home of Rebecca Selove and John Patrick.
Lipscomb uses America Recycles Day to impact communities far beyond Nashville
Lipscomb Academy and Lipscomb University will host their annual community e-waste and "hard to recycle" item collection event Nov. 12 and 15 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Two Lipscomb teachers take on the Windy City
In late July, two Lipscomb Academy Elementary School teachers, Becky Collins and Ginger Reasonover travelled to Chicago for the Science Education For New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER) Summer Institute.
Ed Wansing - MS in Sustainability - 2011 - a finalist for the Nashville Chamber of Commerce's NEXT Award for Social Enterprise and Sustainability.
Congratulations to Ed Wansing - MS in Sustainability - 2011 who is a finalist for the Nashville Chamber of Commerce's NEXT Award for Social Enterprise and Sustainability.
Dodd Galbreath led a seminar at the University of Georgia's Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.
Professor Dodd Galbreath recently led a seminar at the University of Georgia's Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.
Professor Stutzman organized a Bell Garden tour, meet and greet, prospective project site
Upon meeting Nancy and Matt, the two people who basically run the place, I knew this was something bigger than I’d imagined, and something I’d love to get more involved with.