Lipscomb alumnus named AICPA award winner for extraordinary performance on the CPA exam
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants recently announced its winners of the Elijah Watt Sells Award, and Lipscomb University alumnus Matthew Bishop (’07), who recently completed Lipscomb’s Certificate of Accountancy program, was named among the 75 winners.
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.
College of Business names Donald Freeman Jr. newest Heroes of Business recipient
Donald Freeman Jr. is the leader of a third-generation family business, Freeman, an advocate of ethical management and a strong believer in leadership by example. On April 21, he was named the Lipscomb University College of Business’ newest recipient of its Heroes of Business award.
Lipscomb connects students and local public relations professionals at PR+ Conference on campus
The Lipscomb University chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America, housed in the Department of Communication & Journalism, held its second PR+ Conference on Thursday, April 21, in partnership with the Nashville chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.
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.
Greeting the changing face of health care
The School of Nursing makes sure its graduates can adapt within the ever-changing health care profession.
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.
Lipscomb students give back during annual Service Day
On Wednesday, April 6, more than 800 Lipscomb University students, faculty and staff dispersed between nearly 50 different agencies to serve the city of Nashville as a part of Lipscomb’s annual Service Day.
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