IDEAL students take their skills, dreams to the work force
Lipscomb's IDEAL program graduates are taking their skills into the Nashville workforce and making their professional dreams come true.
Lipscomb students invest in local refugee students through partnership with Nashville International Center for Empowerment
Throughout a partnership with the Nashville International Center for Empowerment (NICE), a community-based nonprofit dedicated to empowering refugees, as well as Nashville After Zone Alliance and McMurray Middle School, Lipscomb students from within the freshman-level SALT course have volunteered in the CRAZE after-school program and have taught environmental biology lessons to refugee middle school students at McMurray Middle School.
Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership alumna impacts lives of Tennessee prison inmates through entrepreneurship program
As part of Lipscomb University’s Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership Master’s program, Karen Vander Molen turned her dream of educating prison inmates into a reality when she co-founded the Building Entreprenuers for Success in Tennessee (BEST) program in 2014.
Missional entrepreneurship students create business model to support LIFE program
This spring, a group of business students are getting a unique opportunity to put skills learned in the classroom into practical use to benefit another university program.
Ed Pack Global named 2017 recipient of Mary Morris Award for Exemplary Service to Society
Lipscomb students Luke Benda, Macy Cottrell, Kayla Ford and Ben Siebold (’16) are the founders of the for-profit social enterprise Ed Pack Global, and on Thursday, March 30, were named the 2017 recipients of the Mary Morris Award for Exemplary Service to Society at a special awards presentation in Stowe Hall.
Men's golf downs trio of top-25 teams to claim Southern Intercollegiate title
Spring break started out on a high note for the men's golf team as they claimed the Southern Intercollegiate on March 13 beating three top-25 teams at the Athens Country Club in Athens, Georgia.
Forehand earns 500th career win with Bison victory at home Friday
Lipscomb’s head baseball coach Jeff Forehand picked up the 500th of his 17-year career as a collegiate coach Friday as the Bisons defeated Evansville at home March 24.
Johnson shares faith, lessons learned at Ferguson
Capt. Ronald Johnson, commander of security operations in Ferguson, Missouri, in the days following the shooting death of Michael Brown on Aug. 9, 2014, recently stopped by campus to share his story of faith.
New video gives students a glimpse of study abroad opportunities in Europe
Lipscomb University’s global learning programs represent some of the most unique travel and learning opportunities around.
Psychology students learn valuable life lessons in Death and Dying class
As a member of the Respect Leads committee, Andrea Mills, assistant director of Lipscomb’s Counseling Center and adjunct professor, has worked to incorporate this initiative into her Death and Dying class, an undergraduate psychology course within the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.