Robert Solomon, Lipscomb alumnus in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Ohio State University, was Lipscomb's first Respect Leads featured speaker in fall 2017.
Lipscomb students will have an opportunity to learn more about one of the nation’s most pivotal eras with a visit to the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, Oct. 28.
It’s not usual for a Lipscomb graduate to round out his studies with a thesis project that involves martial arts and explosions.
On Nov. 9, Lipscomb University alumni Kerri Pauley Edwards (’93) and Bruce Bowers (’72) will be honored at the 2017 “Lipscomb Honors: An Evening of Story and Song” at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.
Lipscomb University’s School of Music welcomes Grammy Award-winning a cappella group Fairfield Four to campus for a special concert on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Ward Hall, as part of its Artist Series.
On Wednesday, Oct. 18, Lipscomb University’s HumanDocs Film Series will partner with Epic Girl, a community organization that empowers young girls through educational programs, mentoring, counseling and community activities; and Fox Searchlight Productions, to present a screening of Step at 6:30 p.m. in Shamblin Theatre. The film is free and open to the public.
Lipscomb University's George Shinn College of Entertainment & the Arts welcomes filmmaker, entrepreneur and screenwriter Seth Worley to campus on Tuesday, Oct. 21, for a special presentation on filmmaking at 10 a.m. in the Shamblin Theatre, which is located in Lipscomb’s Bennett Campus Center.
Lipscomb alumnus Caleb Rucker (‘06), assistant professor in the department of mechanical, aerospace and biomedical engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is seeking to use his research to create safer and more effective devices for surgical procedures based on new mathematical models and designs of soft dynamic robots.
Serving the community is a hallmark of the Lipscomb University culture whether it be on its campus in Nashville or around the world in one of its study abroad programs.
Lipscomb University presents New York Times best-selling author Chip Heath, professor at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, at its new downtown Spark location on Wednesday, Oct. 25. Heath will speak about his new book, The Power of Moments.
As part of a national, five-city campaign, the Museum of the Bible, set to open next month in Washington, D.C., is touring the country with exact 40-foot-tall replicas of the Gutenberg Gates and will make a stop in Nashville at Lipscomb University Oct. 16-17.
On Tuesday, Oct. 17, thousands of musicians, producers, industry leaders and fans will gather on Lipscomb University’s campus to celebrate the 48th annual GMA Dove Awards at 6:30 p.m. CST in Allen Arena.
In the midst of a record-setting hurricane season and the destruction that has ensued, many stories of people helping those in need have emerged. Two Lipscomb alums and former Bison softball players are among those who served others while in the midst of Hurricane Harvey as it battered the Houston in late August.
For more than a decade the Lipscomb University community has celebrated the start of the holiday season with beloved Nashville entertainer Amy Grant and friends at the annual Lighting of the Green concert.
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.
The Lipscomb University Athletics department recently announced the addition of eight new members to the department’s Hall of Fame.
On Friday, September 29, Lipscomb’s Starts with Soap student chapter presented a $1,000 check to Whitsitt Elementary School to help purchase iPad cases and other learning supplies for its nearly 400 students.
The 38th annual Tau Phi Cowboy Show is coming to the Mother Maybelle Carter Stage in Lipscomb University’s Collins Alumni Auditorium Saturday, Oct. 7.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and Lipscomb’s College of Computing & Technology is committing to help spread the word about cyber security through engaging in conversation and using the hashtag, #LipscombCCTsafe.
Lipscomb University has announced the first recipients of its newly established Fred D. Gray Scholarship.
Lipscomb Theatre presents She Loves Me, a romantic comedy with a soaring score, Nov. 3-12, in Collins Alumni Auditorium.
Lipscomb alumni will be invited back to campus for Homecoming 2017, Nov. 9-11, which features a weekend full of reunions, Bison Day, the Homecoming musical, the second annual Lipscomb Honors awards program and much more.
Nancy Lindborg, president of the United States Institute of Peace, will stop by the Lipscomb University campus Tuesday, Oct. 3, to discuss “Practical Peace Building for the 21st Century.”
Lipscomb University’s School of Music, in partnership with the Nashville Chapter of the American Harp Society, presents Duo Scorpio, a New York City-based harp duo who will be making its Nashville debut on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 7:30-9 p.m. in Lipscomb's Ward Lobby. This show is free and open to the public.
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