Commencement behind bars celebrates nine LIFE graduates
Eight residents at Tennessee Prison for Women presented associate degrees at Dec. 13 commencement.
December commencement awards more than 400 degrees
Three students who have beaten the odds to get their educations will graduate at Saturday's ceremony at 2 p.m.
Leadership Tennessee takes on challenges across state
A group of 30 business, government, education and nonprofit leaders learn more about their home state.
Faculty honored with state, national and global honors in 2013
Accounting professor Perry Moore was among the faculty to make international achievements.
Lipscomb holds ceremony for LIFE graduates in prison
Nine women will recieve Lipscomb's first associate degrees at the Tennessee Prison For Women, on Dec. 13.
Nashville minister David Clayton named 2013 Young Alumnus of the Year
Ethos Church minister and founder David Clayton earned Lipscomb degrees in 2004 and 2006.
Woods named fundraising professional of the year
Associate headmaster and chief development officer at Lipscomb Academy, wins award.
SouthEast Bank funds scholarships
Bank presents Lipscomb president funds to support two $7,000 scholarships, renewable for up to four years.
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