At Lipscomb University, as knowledge grows in use it also grows in value, even on summer break. Each year, the university awards five full grants to deserving faculty members to conduct research and scholarship during the summer.
Lipscomb University’s women’s tennis team’s inherent global culture beckoned its focus to Nashville for spring break 2018 by serving in a local Nashville neighborhood.
Lipscomb University’s College of Professional Studies and its customized outcome based relevant evaluation, or CORE assessment, continue to provide professionally experienced students with the ability to earn credits for what they already know.
This year, from March 19-23, Lipscomb’s Office of Intercultural Development will host a series of events to celebrate W.O.W. Week 2018 as well as to introduce students, faculty and staff to the many vibrant cultures, traditions, cuisine and history of nearly 52 nations on campus.
The Lipscomb men’s basketball team’s historic run came to an end on Friday afternoon as the 15-seed Bisons fell to the 2-seed North Carolina 84-66 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Since the Bison men’s basketball team won the ASUN tournament on March 4 earning its first berth into the NCAA tournament, Lipscomb University has become the focus of an enormous amount of local and national media.
Lipscomb’s College of Education has a reputation for excellence that was established decades ago as Lipscomb began preparing teachers in the early 1900s.
When the Bisons walked into the player entrance of Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, Thursday morning, the dream of making it to the NCAA men’s basketball tournament finally became very real.
Lipscomb University understands that as knowledge grows in use, it grows in value. Receiving numerous academic grants over the past four years, Lipscomb set itself on an upward trajectory to join the world’s great academic institutions.
For more than 80 years, the Lipscomb University community has affectionately embraced the bison as its mascot. And Lipscomb’s teams are affectionately called the Bisons. Yes, Bisons with an “S.”
Located in the heart of Music City, Lipscomb University's George Shinn College of Entertainment & the Arts exposes students to premiere training in state-of-the-art facilities, vast industry connections and experiences that reach all corners of the world.
There are few professions that positively impact the lives of others in a meaningful, direct way than the health care professions. That's why Lipscomb University is preparing valuable members of the health care team by providing lifelong industry connections as well as a wealth of frontline experiences in a wide variety of career fields.
Health science faculty and students participate in the university's year-long effort to help hurricane victims.
Lipscomb University's Imagine 2018 is set to feature distinguished journalist and author Tom Brokaw on April 17.
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.
Lipscomb University has appointed two higher education enrollment and recruitment experts to its enrollment management office, President L. Randolph Lowry recently announced.
The #15 Bisons are facing #2 North Carolina in Charlotte in the opening round of the NCAA men's national tournament.
The Lipscomb men’s basketball program has produced the top two all-time leading scorers in college basketball — John Pierce (#1) and Philip Hutcheson (#2).
Lipscomb University’s Department of Communication and Journalism presents NewsChannel5 Emmy award-winning reporter Ben Hall, to speak at its spring Media Masters event on Tuesday, March 27 at 5 p.m. in Room 301 of Lipscomb’s Ezell Center.
The Lipscomb community is hosting an NCAA men's basketball tournament selection show watch party Sunday, March 11 beginning at 4 p.m. in Allen Arena.
One of the many benefits of studying at Lipscomb University is living in Nashville.
Lipscomb University’s George Shinn College of Entertainment & the Arts Cinematic Arts program and Rory Feek of Joey+Rory have partnered to bring the prestigious Robert McKee STORY seminar to Nashville, October 5-7 2018 at Lipscomb’s Spark Downtown, Nashville. For more information and to register for the seminar, click here.
Comedy fans from the Nashville community came to Lipscomb University’s Collins Auditorium to see Phil Wade’s Clean Comedy Show on Feb. 24.
A hallmark of the Lipscomb University athletics program is an emphasis on strong performance in the classroom by its student athletes.
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