Recent FDA-approved regimen provides new pathway for breast cancer patients
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Danielle Falconer, Pharm. D., and assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Lipscomb, is an expert on the topic, and said progress is being made on finding new methods for fighting the disease.
New alumni society awards inaugural Ward scholarship
Jordan Beale, a senior biochemistry major and Student Government Association President, was awarded the first J.S. Ward Scholarship.
Softball tops NFCA Division I GPA rankings
Lipscomb University’s softball team posted the top grade point average for the 2014-15 school year as announced Oct. 13 by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.
Schacht named a 2015 YWCA Academy for Women of Achievement honoree
Linda Peek Schacht, founding director of the Nelson & Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership housed in the university’s College of Leadership & Public Service, has been named a 2015 inductee into the Academy for Women of Achievement.
Former NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center official shares engineering expertise with students
Former deputy director of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center recently shared her expertise as engineer-in-residence in the Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering.
Lipscomb's partnership with GMA offers unique opportunities for students at Dove Awards
For the third consecutive year, Lipscomb University partnered with the Gospel Music Association to host one of Christian music’s biggest nights, the Dove Awards.
Stribling Brock Collection unveiling tells story of loving one’s enemy
Beaman Library’s new Stribling Brock Collection, that tells an unusual tale of wartime encounters that created lasting friendships, was recently officially unveiled to the public.
College of Education named one of top 15 best values in the nation
Lipscomb University’s College of Education has been ranked 15th in the nation on the National Council on Teacher Quality’s Top 25 Best Value rating of colleges of education across the United States.
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