Lipscomb's addictions specialists educate youth on the dangers of drug use
Dr. Witherspoon Nash and students in the addictions specialist program are educating children, and their parents, in Metro Nashville Public Schools on the use of drugs and other substances.
Student Health Advisory Committee promotes campus health
In her desire to connect the student body with Health Services, Keckley started the Student Health Advisory Committee. These four student ambassadors meet monthly to consider health-related topics their peers would want to know and how to begin these discussions on campus.
Nashville Public Radio's Emily Siner to speak at next Media Masters, Nov. 12
On Monday, Nov. 12, the Department of Communication and Journalism will feature news director and podcast host Emily Siner as part of the 2018-19 Media Masters Series.
Researching to save lives
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Conway shares her research, ways to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer
A global insight for Lipscomb students
Lipscomb University has an international presence. With current students from more than 50 countries and alumni living, working, and studying abroad, the institution has a global impact. On Oct. 22, students caught a glimpse of what a cross-cultural career would look like through the International Career Panel, sponsored by the Lipscomb History, Politics, and Philosophy Department and by the Tenn. World Affairs Council.
Lipscomb student a two-time Society of Professional Journalists National Mark of Excellence Award winner
Lipscomb University senior Ben Davis is a national winner in the Society of Professional Journalists’ Mark of Excellence Awards for his picture of the 2017 total-eclipse. This is Davis’ second year winning a national award in the category of Breaking News Photography (Small School Division).
Dana Carpenter to speak at Southern Festival of Books
Associate Professor Dana Carpenter will speak at the Southern Festival of Books, coinciding with the release of her latest novel, Book of the Just.
Education alumnus is the new 2018 MasterChef
Gerron Hurt, a master's grad in education, became the 2018 MasterChef on Wednesday.
Another successful summer of research for Langford Yates Scholars
Four students received a Langford-Yates fellowship to conduct scientific research with Lipscomb faculty this summer.
Engineering professor awarded $110,000 grant from the National Science Foundation
Engineering prof receives grant to develop miniature electronics.