Board approves new School of Public Policy and Civic Leadership, physician assistant degree among other initiatives
Lipscomb University’s board of trustees approved a number of new programs and initiatives at its August board meeting, held in Nashville on Aug. 1. approved.
Culture, innovation key to successful corporate transformation
Gary A. Garfield, CEO and president of Bridgestone Americas Inc. and vice president and senior officer of Bridgestone Corporation, shared keys to corporate success at the July 23 Nashville Business Breakfast.
Clinical mental health counseling program awarded accreditation
Mental health counseling program becomes second in Nashville to earn CACREP accreditation.
Faculty research published, honored nationwide
In 2014, various faculty have been published in academic journals or have won awards.
Tennessee Supreme Court Justice speaks on campus Thursday
Justice William Koch will discuss his career, difficult legal issues facing the state.
Nashville attorney added to development team
Nashville attorney Derrick Free named director of corporation and foundation relations.
Teresa Williams appointed new registrar
Director of student advocacy selected as new registrar.
Music major competes in national voice competition on July 4
Rising sophomore selected as one of 14 in the nation to compete in Boston.
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