College of Business News
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 University announces largest gift in school history at Imagine 2018 event
Lipscomb University has received a $23 million gift, its largest gift in institution history, president L. Randolph Lowry announced Tuesday night, April 17, at its Imagine 2018 “The Power of Telling Nashville’s Story” event.
Lipscomb University continues to rise in state, national rankings in accounting, veteran friendliness
Lipscomb University received several recognitions from the 2018 College Factual rankings of four year colleges and universities across the country. Lipscomb earned notable rankings as the best accounting program in Tennessee and the second-best school for veteran friendliness in Tennessee.
College of Business Center for Entrepreneurship presents the 2018 Kittrell Pitch Competition April 11
The Lipscomb University College of Business’s Center for Entrepreneurship will hold its fourth annual Kittrell Pitch Competition on April 11 beginning at 6 p.m. in the Swang Center on Lipscomb’s campus.
More than 1,000 students and employees 'serve wholeheartedly' as part of 13th Annual Service Day
Service is a hallmark of Lipscomb University, and that’s why on Wednesday, March 28, more than 1,000 students, faculty and staff cleared their afternoon schedules to give back to the community as part of Lipscomb University’s 13th annual Service Day.
Student’s dream becomes a reality with inaugural Lydia Conference
What started as a dream for senior international affairs major Carrie Cowart, is now a platform for women to encourage each other as part of the Lydia Conference.
Kraebel wins Southeastern Entrepreneurship Conference with polished pitch
Lipscomb University College of Business entrepreneurship major Hannah Kraebel made college history as the first student to win a national pitch competition at the 2018 Southeastern Entrepreneurship Conference.
Lipscomb University's College of Business: Nationally Ranked, Globally Minded, Spiritually Grounded
The Lipscomb University College of Business understands that in today’s thriving business world, there is more to one’s credentials than an academically rigorous degree on a resume. Earning national rankings for both its undergraduate and graduate programs by Bloomberg Businessweek, what started in 1917 with two degrees offered, shorthand and bookkeeping, has flourished into a thriving college a century later.
Two higher education veterans to expand enrollment team
Lipscomb University has appointed two higher education enrollment and recruitment experts to its enrollment management office, President L. Randolph Lowry recently announced.
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