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Lipscomb is leading the way in STEM education, and will use the largest National Science Foundation grant in university history to recruit future educators.
With a goal to become a pilot, Jacob Shankles juggles life as a full-time student and airman in the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps
22,000-square-feet of new space will encourage collaborative and creative learning.
As many Americans are finding their schedules and routines upended by COVID-19, Lipscomb's experts have a few tips for staying mentally healthy during this unique time.
Serving our community is an important part of who we are. Our Bison student athletes are making an impact in the lives of young people through this special program.
University offices announced on Wednesday, March 18, that classes will continue online for the remainder of spring semester due to the impact of COVID-19.
During this time when many families are spending extra time together and learning has moved online, Lipscomb's education experts have resources that will help parents navigate this new landscape.
The Lipscomb community is scattered afar, but alumni can come together to share good news from the university in the digital edition of Lipscomb Now.
Lipscomb among just over 350 universities nationwide with the community engagement designation.
“Scandalous Witness” offers new insights into faith and politics in the United States.