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.
More than 840 students receive degrees during spring commencement
Spring commencement marks the official end of the 2017-18 academic year. On May 5, more than 880 undergraduate, master's and doctoral degrees were awarded at the two ceremonies.
Graduate elementary teacher prep, secondary education licensure programs ranked among top in nation
The Lipscomb University College of Education’s graduate elementary teacher prep and graduate secondary transitional teaching licensure programs have been ranked among the top in the nation by the National Council on Teacher Quality.
Lipscomb University celebrates spring commencement with activities May 3-5
The Lipscomb community is celebrating the official end of the 2017-18 academic year with a series of celebrations and events to mark the occasion Thursday through Saturday, May 3-5.
2018 Student Scholar Symposium: Lipscomb research on display
Lipscomb University held the seventh annual Student Scholars Symposium on April 12, with over 300 undergraduate and graduate students participating in the interdisciplinary event.
Lipscomb community gathers to remember 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. assassination
The Lipscomb community gathered Wednesday afternoon, April 4, for a time of reflection and prayer to mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
Harris parlays research support from the school to empower student success
Jan Harris, associate professor of English and modern languages in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, is one of six Lipscomb professors to receive a grant to continue her work on “The Lyric Pilgrim and the Relic in W.G. Sebald,” and her collection of poems, “The Grand Tour.”
Make a Way initiative encourages students to help fund scholarships
A group of Lipscomb University students is helping to remove the barrier of the cost of education by launching a campaign to raise funds for student scholarships — the Make A Way scholarship.
Lipscomb Theatre announces 2018-19 season
Lipscomb Theatre just announced its 2018-19 season and Beki Baker, chair of the Lipscomb University theatre department, says they have already received an overwhelming amount of excitement from Lipscomb Theatre students.