RESPECT LEADS: Visit to National Civil transformative experience for students
A group of 30 Lipscomb University students had an opportunity to study a significant era in the history of the United States during a visit to the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis last month.
Department of History, Politics and Philosophy hosts International Career Panel
Lipscomb’s Department of History, Politics and Philosophy held its fourth International Career Panel on Oct. 24.
Entrepreneurship alumna opens her business to serve her alma mater
Alumna Natalie Gilbert holds grand opening of Natalie's Office Spas in Granny White Shops on Nov. 13.
Homecoming activities begin Thursday with Lipscomb Honors, reunions
Lipscomb alumni from across the country will descend on campus this week for annual Homecoming festivities.
Office of Intercultural Development presents Stompfest 2017 Nov. 15-16
Lipscomb University's Office of Intercultural Development presents Stompfest 2017 Nov. 15-16 at 7 p.m. in Collins Alumni Auditorium.
Lipscomb University receives $1.8 million grant to develop integrated behavioral health and education program
Lipscomb University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program has been awarded a $1.8 million grant to improve mental health services in Nashville by training the behavioral health and education workforce for an integrated approach to meeting mental health needs.
Ingram to discuss Nashville’s bid for MLS at Nov. 1 Nashville Business Breakfast
John Ingram, lead owner of Nashville's Major League Soccer expansion bid, will share insight into the bid to attract a professional team to the city at the Wednesday, Nov. 1 Nashville Business Breakfast.
HumanDocs Film Series partners with Epic Girl to present ‘Step’ tonight in Shamblin Theatre
On Wednesday, Oct. 18, Lipscomb University’s HumanDocs Film Series will partner with Epic Girl, a community organization that empowers young girls through educational programs, mentoring, counseling and community activities; and Fox Searchlight Productions, to present a screening of Step at 6:30 p.m. in Shamblin Theatre. The film is free and open to the public.
Lipscomb alumnus Caleb Rucker wins prestigious NSF CAREER AWARD
Lipscomb alumnus Caleb Rucker (‘06), assistant professor in the department of mechanical, aerospace and biomedical engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is seeking to use his research to create safer and more effective devices for surgical procedures based on new mathematical models and designs of soft dynamic robots.
Global learning students in Italy engage in day of service in the Florence community
Serving the community is a hallmark of the Lipscomb University culture whether it be on its campus in Nashville or around the world in one of its study abroad programs.