Current, former Tennessee governors discuss election issue at early voting kick-off event
On Oct. 15, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and former Gov. Phil Bredesen visited Lipscomb for a special event hosted by the Nelson & Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership and the Institute for Law, Justice and Society to kick-off early voting in the state.
Hardy’s breast cancer research awarded university’s first-ever NIH grant
Lipscomb University’s College of Pharmacy has received the first National Institutes of Health grant in university history.
Students compete in robot battle in Allen Arena Saturday
Hundreds of Middle Tennessee students expected to compete for the BEST prize.
Samuels, Green named among Nashville’s top leaders
Deby K. Samuels, vice president of university communication and marketing, and Michael C. Green, vice president and chief information officer, were both recognized this fall as among the best in their fields in education and nonprofit by the Nashville Business Journal.
Andrews Institute student wins top nonprofit award
Leah Hashinger was awarded a Salute to Excellence Award from the Center for Nonprofit Management for the ESL to Go program.
History department brings Virginia Postrel to campus
National culture commentator speaks in Shamblin on Oct. 15.
English department faculty wins Claymore Award
Dana Carpenter's award-winning historical fiction novel will be on bookshelves next fall.
Bridging the gap between education and IT careers
Recently Fred Scholl, associate professor of information security and interim director of the graduate programs in Lipscomb University’s College of Computing and Technology, recently attended the 2014 Info Sec Nashville event to learn about the latest trends in information security and to network with other experts in the field.
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