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.
Lipscomb University’s Nashville Business Breakfast will feature Bob Rolfe, commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, as the guest speaker on Thursday, July 20.
Transformation of a 20,100-square-feet office space 4th Avenue and Commerce Street in downtown Nashville is being transformed into the university's newest Spark facility.
Mark Cleveland, owner and CEO of Hobby Express, recently turned a College of Professional Studies capstone project into a new business idea.