Education alumnus is in the top three in this week’s MasterChef finals
Viewers will find out if Gerron Hurt becomes the next MasterChef on Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Another successful summer of research for Langford Yates Scholars
Each year, the Lipscomb University Langford Yates Scholarship is awarded to select biology, chemistry and biochemistry undergraduates. Students Jennie Hibma, Derris Dabbs, Rebekah Duke and Bethanne Venkatesan each received a stipend to conduct scientific research accompanied by Lipscomb faculty.
Engineering professor awarded $110,000 grant from the National Science Foundation
Engineering prof receives grant to develop miniature electronics.
Media Masters Speaker Series opens 2018-19 season with David Fox
On Monday, Sept. 17, the Department of Communication and Journalism hosts David Fox as part of Lipscomb University’s Media Masters series.
President’s Convocation officially launches 2018-19 school year
On Tuesday, Aug. 28, students, faculty and staff from Lipscomb Academy and Lipscomb University along with the Lipscomb Board of Trustees, gathered in Allen Arena for the President’s Convocation, which officially began the institution’s 128th year.
New hospitality program to meet workforce needs in Nashville, across the country
Lipscomb University officials have announced the launch of a unique hospitality studies program to meet workforce needs in the growing tourism and hospitality industries in Nashville and nationwide.
Lipscomb University named one of fastest-growing private doctoral universities in the nation
Lipscomb University is one of the fastest-growing private doctoral universities in the nation according to a new report released by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Lipscomb's top science scholarship awarded to three students
The annual J.S. Ward Scholarship was given to three students planning a career in medicine.
Elrod returns home to lead Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering
Jacobs Technology executive David Elrod has been appointed dean of Lipscomb University’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering. He will begin his work with the university on Aug. 1.
Hannah Minor is Lipscomb's latest Fulbright Scholar
Seventh Fulbright Scholar in 12 years' time awarded this year.