Randy Goodman, chairman & CEO of Sony Music Nashville and Lipscomb alumnus, will be the featured speaker at Lipscomb University’s Nashville Business Breakfast at 7 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 7, in Allen Arena.
Even now that she has graduated, former women’s soccer goalkeeper Anna Buhigas continues to haul in accolades for the Bisons as she became the first athlete in program history to sign a contract to play professionally.
The Lipscomb University community has a new way to learn about what’s happening on campus as well as hearing from its experts as it launches its Bison Talk podcast.
Lipscomb University’s annual HumanDocs film series presents a special late-night screening of Chasing Shadows at 10 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 20 in Shamblin Theatre. The screening, which is free and open to the public, will be held in honor of the total solar eclipse that will pass through Nashville at 1:27 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 21.
This September, the Lipscomb community will have a front row seat to one of Nashville’s most anticipated arts events: Shakespeare in the Park, as part of our second annual Lipscomb Night on Saturday, Sept. 2. The outdoor event will include food trucks, fun and a production of The Winter’s Tale in the Bandshell at Centennial Park featuring some of Lipscomb’s own students, alumni and faculty.
On Monday, Aug. 21, Lipscomb’s LIGHT program will host an eclipse viewing party for the Lipscomb community from noon to 2 p.m. on the lawn at Burton Science Center.
Lipscomb’s Lifelong Learning program will kick-off its fall 2017 program with a special reception in the Paul Rogers Board Room in Lipscomb’s Ezell Center on Tuesday, Aug. 22 at 4:30 p.m. First session classes will officially begin the following Monday, Aug. 28.
One of the unique aspects of Lipscomb University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is an opportunity for student pharmacists to gain hands-on experience in health care settings internationally through the global grand rounds program.
Lipscomb University’s College of Education has received two Principal Pipeline Partnership grants from the Tennessee Department of Education to support leadership models that develop or improve innovative and high-impact school leader programs.
On Monday, Aug. 21, students will gather on Lipscomb University’s campus to attend the first day of classes for the fall semester. As the new school year officially commences, Lipscomb students will have the opportunity to kick off the semester with a truly unique experience.
Lipscomb University’s College of Bible & Ministry recently launched ENGAGE, a summer youth theology institute to educate, challenge and empower teens to take seriously Jesus’ teaching on reconciliation and service to those on the margins of society, as well as to be moved to a life of vocational ministry.
Junior Steven Kleinschmidt's clever response to a tweet gains big interest from around the world.
Former UAB team captain Jesse Lawley has been tabbed by Lipscomb athletics director Philip Hutcheson to take over the reins of the department’s women’s golf program.
From Friday, July 7 to Sunday, July 16, Lipscomb welcomed high school students from across the country onto campus to participate in the annual Summer Scholars program.
On July 13 and 14, Lipscomb University sprang to life as new students arrived on campus to attend the July ADVANCE orientation session.
Starting this fall, there will be a new head coach at the helm of the Lipscomb men’s tennis program as Geoff Hernandez will take over the role after serving as an assistant coach for the team since June of 2014.
Lipscomb's College of Education is part of coalition to call on Nashville community partners to help fix the broken teacher pipeline and add more diversity to the education workforce.
Lipscomb University, along with the Hilton and Sallie Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and Integrity, present the 2017 Business with Purpose Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, September 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at Nashville's Music City Center, and nominations are still open for submission.
As the start of a new academic year is on the horizon, construction on the new 55,000-square-foot Villages II is nearing completion.
What gets youngsters excited about math and engineering in summer: Robots!
Elementary students from J.E. Moss visited campus in July for the finale of their summer reading camp, coordinated by Lipscomb.
Elam, Johnson and the Village II residence halls will each be welcoming a new director this coming fall.
Lipscomb University’s accounting program, housed in the College of Business, was recently named the top in Tennessee and No. 2 in the nation by Christian Universities Online in its “Top 10 Accounting Colleges & Universities” ranking.
Two Lipscomb alums, Lana Sydenstricker and Madison Mayhew, have recently started internships with International Justice Mission, a faith-based global organization, in India and Washington, D.C.
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