New dean of Bible, new faculty in family relations and Bible appointed
Nationally recognized authors, researchers Leonard and Holly Allen appointed.
AARP president shares trends in aging with students
Rob Romasco, AARP president, recently visited campus to share trends in aging with students.
Long visits White House, meets with Department of Education, Congress
Lipscomb University among three universities to visit nation’s capital April 10.
McDowell appointed senior vice president
McDowell, part of student life team for 21 years, named senior vice president for student life.
Griggs receives lifetime achievement award
Veteran journalist, communication chair receives award from UGA.
Lipscomb's first student film festival debuts Friday
The 5-Minute Film Festival features 12 films ranging from documentaries to comedies.
Former U.S. commerce administrator named ‘Alumnus of the Year’
David Sampson (’78), the 2014 Alumnus of the Year, to be honored at commencement.
Hands Free Mama founder, Katinas headline Tennessee Prayer Breakfast
The Citizens Committee hosts the 40th annual Tennessee Prayer Breakfast April 8.
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