New EAP prepares students for English-speaking environment
To better serve those students whose first language is not English, Lipscomb’s College of Education has established the English for Academic Purposes program—EAP.
FUTURO students give thanks
On Wednesday, Nov. 19, members of Lipscomb’s chapter of FUTURO, a national professional association for Latino college students, hosted a luncheon to thank the service operations team.
THEC Report Card grades College of Education as one of best in state
For the fourth year, the education college has been recognized as one of the most effective teacher preparation programs in the state.
Computing students participate in programming competitions
Technology majors have been busy all semester with collaborative competitions held throughout the area.
Employee wellness program recognized for making Lipscomb a healthier community
To help foster healthy habits the university’s HealthyU Employee Wellness Program provides a variety of opportunities for the Lipscomb community to learn about healthy food and lifestyle choices as well as offers incentives to exercise.
Christmas tree arrives on campus in preparation for Lighting of the Green
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Lipscomb University with the arrival of this year’s Christmas tree.
Budding entrepreneurs have opportunity to pitch ideas, earn prize money during special week
Lipscomb University students will have an a unique opportunity to sell their ideas in hopes of earning seed money to launch them as part of the 2014-15 Kittrell Pitch Competition during Fall 2014 Global “E Week” hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurship in the College of Business.
Engineering students get firsthand look at robotic surgery at Saint Thomas Health Center
A group of about 50 mechanical and electrical engineering students from Lipscomb University’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering visited Saint Thomas West Hospital in Nashville Nov. 7 to learn about how robotics is making an impact in health care.
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