Courtney Stewart is the sixth Lipscomb student in 11 years to receive the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. She will head to Spain to teach English this fall.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy announced Monday, April 3, an initiative to help train the next-generation of pharmacists on business analytics and insight-derived decision making.
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.
To be successful in the health care industry, students must have teamwork and goal-setting skills, skills often found in intercollegiate athletes who come to Lipscomb.
Lipscomb University's annual free Landiss Lecture Series presents Lipscomb alumnus and New York Times best-selling author Robert Hicks (’73) on Tuesday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Doris Swang Chapel, located in the Ezell Center.
On Friday, March 24, Lipscomb students and community members joined together in Allen Arena to fight back against cancer for the fifth annual Relay for Life event. The night kicked off at 7 p.m. with an NFL theme: Kickoff for the Cure. Students committed to staying up for 24 hours to raise money and awareness for cancer research.
Kwame Alexander, one of the most highly acclaimed bestselling children’s authors in the country will talk about reading, writing, poetry, access and equity at a FREE community “literacy pep rally” hosted by Lipscomb University’ College of Education April 19.
On Thursday, March 30, university employees will have an opportunity to learn more about healthy lifestyles and resources that are available to them at the 2017 HealthyU Health Fair.
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.
On Thursday, March 30, from 8-10 p.m. the chapter will hold the first annual Starts with Soap Charity Concert. The concert will feature Lipscomb students Briston Maroney, Daves Highway, Nordista Freeze and Grant Parker. The concert will be held in Flatt Amphitheater and tickets can be purchased for $5 at the door.
Miles and Erica Aubrey, a Nashville-based couple with a broad range of Broadway, TV, film, and music credits, will lead a full day of performance workshops and serve as celebrity co-hosts for the Nashville High School Musical Theatre Awards, or “Spotlight Awards,” presented in partnership between the nonprofit Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) and Lipscomb University on May 13.
Each year, in an effort to embrace each individual that makes the Lipscomb University so special, the Office of Intercultural Development provides opportunities for students to learn about and engage in different cultures through the university’s annual Welcome to Our World (WOW) week, March 27-31.
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.
Lipscomb University became the first private university in Middle Tennessee to be designated a VETS Campus by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) in a special ceremony on March 24.
The Lipscomb University Bison Baseball team is set to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores at First Tennessee Park on Tuesday, March 28.
The Lipscomb University Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering has been named the best in Tennessee and No. 6 best in the nation by Christian Universities Online.
Global learning semester-long programs great learning opportunity for faculty and their families.
This summer, two students within Lipscomb’s College of Liberal Arts & Sciences will have the opportunity to practice cancer research firsthand as part of the eight-week Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center: Discover Cancer Research Program.
Col. David Dellinger, chief of staff, 101st Airborne Divison and Nashville Mayor Megan Barry are among those who will be part of a March 24 ceremony to recognize Lipscomb as a THEC VETS Campus.
After spending two years traveling to various museums across the nation, select paintings from the collection of John and Susan Hainsworth will be on display for the first time in Nashville at Lipscomb University’s John C. Hutcheson Gallery. The collection will be exhibited beginning Monday, March 27 and running through Friday, May 5.
Lipscomb University is one of the top universities in the nation for transfer students as one of 65 institutions named to the Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Honor Roll.
Elbert Tucker, news director at WKRN-TV Nashville, will be the featured guest for Lipscomb University’s MediaMasters Speaker Series on Monday, March 27, at 5 p.m. in Ezell Center, room 301. His lecture is free and open to the public.
As Lipscomb’s campus excitedly awaits spring break, Lipscomb Missions is gearing up to send nearly 400 individuals to serve in schools, orphanages, hospitals and communities across the globe.
The Health Simulation Lab has four new patient simulators due to donation.
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