College of Business News
Nusbaum brings home back-to-back ASUN Volleyball Player of the Year honors
For the second straight season Lipscomb’s Carlyle Nusbaum was named ASUN Co-Player of the Year and was a unanimous First Team All-Conference selection.
College of Business to celebrate opening bell of new Financial Markets Lab featuring Bloomberg Terminal service Friday, Nov. 10
Lipscomb University’s College of Business will celebrate the opening bell of its new Financial Markets Lab featuring access to the Bloomberg Terminal service at 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 10.
Burt Nowers named CEO-in-residence for Center for Business as Mission
Lipscomb University’s College of Business has named local business leader Burt Nowers CEO-in-residence in its Center for Business as Mission.
Entrepreneurship alumna opens her business to serve her alma mater
Alumna Natalie Gilbert holds grand opening of Natalie's Office Spas in Granny White Shops on Nov. 13.
Homecoming activities begin Thursday with Lipscomb Honors, reunions
Lipscomb alumni from across the country will descend on campus this week for annual Homecoming festivities.
Sager, Eldridge part of Williamson Forward trip to Denver to study public transportation
Public transportation is one of the hottest topics in Middle Tennessee, and recently two officials from Lipscomb’s College of Business were among a group of local leaders who traveled to Denver, Colorado, to learn more about public transportation systems.
College of Business turns 100
What started in 1917 with two business course offerings: shorthand and bookkeeping, this year reaches a significant milestone as Lipscomb’s College of Business celebrates its 100th anniversary as well as a century of growth, success and impact on the lives of thousands of business professionals.
Ingram to discuss Nashville’s bid for MLS at Nov. 1 Nashville Business Breakfast
John Ingram, lead owner of Nashville's Major League Soccer expansion bid, will share insight into the bid to attract a professional team to the city at the Wednesday, Nov. 1 Nashville Business Breakfast.
College of Business launches special speaker series, honors Becca Stevens, Ernesto Silva as Centennial Heroes of Business
This year, in honor of its 100th anniversary, the College of Business is recognizing five individuals, including Becca Stevens, president and founder of Thistle Farms, and Ernesto Silva, retired CEO of Coca-Cola FEMSA, who represent its core values of being a servant, bold, purposeful, creative and credible as part of its Centennial Speaker Series.
Spark celebrates grand opening downtown
Lipscomb University is now part of Nashville’s bustling downtown district with the opening of its latest Spark location at the corner of 4th Avenue North and Commerce Street on Sept. 19.