Second Annual Kittrell Pitch Competition kicks off with first qualifying round
For its second year, Lipscomb's Center for Entrepreneurship is providing the Kittrell Pitch Competition to students as it kicked off this year’s competition with its first qualifying round last month.
MLK Diversity Breakfast continues the legacy and impact of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in today's society
In honor of the legacy and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Lipscomb University Department of Communication and Journalism and College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, in partnership with the Council on Workforce Innovation and National Organization for Workforce Diversity, present its annual MLK Diversity Breakfast on Friday, Jan. 15, 2016, at 8 a.m. in Lipscomb University’s Ezell Center.
Greener Roots Farm gives alternative to conventional farming
Lipscomb alumnus Jeffrey Orkin created Nashville's first hydroponic farm called Greener Roots Farm.
Lipscomb’s A Cappella Singers present its annual winter tour, Jan. 3-10
The Lipscomb University A Cappella Singers will perform a variety of traditional hymns and sacred choral literature at eight churches in five states during the ensemble’s annual winter tour, Jan 3-10. All performances are free and open to the public.
Computing students win big at international programming competition
Nine students earned Lipscomb's best rank yet, at ACM International Programming Competition.
Commencement marks beginning of new journey for Lipscomb graduates
Over the last three days, the Lipscomb community has experienced a season of commencement, celebrating the accomplishments of hundreds of new graduates and marking significant milestones in the history of the university.
Lipscomb named a 2016 Best Value College by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
Lipscomb University has been named to the Kiplinger Personal Finance list of 100 best values in private universities for 2016. The ranking cites four-year schools that combine outstanding academics with affordable cost.
Mayor Megan Barry to headline Lipscomb’s Nashville Business Breakfast Jan. 7
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry will be the featured speaker at Lipscomb University’s Nashville Business Breakfast Jan. 7, 2016, in Allen Arena.
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