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.
How strategic communication grad Ashlyn Grayce is making a name in music industry
Recent Lipscomb University graduate, Ashlyn Cranford, is using her strategic communication degree in a way that most people may not expect. She is taking it to the music industry, where she writes, performs and produces her music.
Lipscomb named a 2018-19 College of Distinction
Lipscomb University has once again been honored as a College of Distinction.
Engineering rocket team among top ten in nation in NASA launch competition
This spring, a group of student engineers from Lipscomb’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering went where none before them have gone. They placed in the top ten in the nation in the 18th annual NASA Student Launch Competition.
Literacy field trip makes reading fun for J.E. Moss students
It was an unusually hot June day with near record-breaking temperatures in Nashville, but that didn’t curb the enthusiasm of a group of about 80 students from J.E. Moss Elementary School who visited the Lipscomb campus Friday, June 15, to celebrate reading.
Christian Scholars’ Conference features special performance of Tokens Show with poet laureate Tracy K. Smith June 7
The Tokens Show will debut its 10th anniversary season with “Dylan. Jesus. America.” as part of Lipscomb University’s 2018 Thomas H. Olbricht Christian Scholars’ Conference.
Tracy K. Smith, Tobias Wolff among free keynote sessions at 2018 Christian Scholars' Conference
Lipscomb University’s 2018 Thomas H. Olbricht Christian Scholars’ Conference set for June 6-8 is offering several free keynote sessions that are open to the public.
Cavitt uses summer grant funds to 'gross out' bacteria
T. Brian Cavitt, associate professor from the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, focused his summer on methods to inhibit growth of microbes with his work, “Bacteria are tacky, but not for long…”
IDEAL program celebrates fourth cohort to complete career exploration studies certificates
As the eight students who were Lipscomb’s latest to complete the requirements for certificates in career exploration studies entered a packed Stowe Hall on the afternoon of Friday, May 4, there was no shortage of joy, happiness, pride and an overwhelming sense of accomplishment.