Lipscomb University Sustainability News
Travel Studies in Vermont and New England Information Session
THE ROOTS OF SUSTAINABILITY- Travel Studies in Vermont and New England Dates: July 16-23, 2016
LAES Green Team makes bath tea and weeds the garden at LAES
The students in the LAES Green Team met on Thursday the 3rd of December for their last meeting of 2015.
Dr. Susan Morley named one of Nashville Business Journal's 2016 Women of Influence
Dr. Susan Morley has been named one of Nashville Business Journal’s 2016 Women of Influence Awards in the inspiration/mentor category.
Undergraduate class Introduction to Sustainable Energy Sources visits HCA
It sounds strange to think of a sophisticated command center for monitoring the energy consumption of a hospital until you realize that they are doing this for over 50 hospitals.
Greener Roots Farm gives alternative to conventional farming
Lipscomb alumnus Jeffrey Orkin created Nashville's first hydroponic farm called Greener Roots Farm.
Blue Stream Aquaponics farm started by December 2015 graduate Jamie Wilkerson
Blue Stream Aquaponics Farm is a local organic aquaponics farm offering year-round leafy green vegetables, herbs, and fish to local restaurants in the Nashville area.
Lipscomb's Principles of Water Resources and Systems Management class closes with a service project
We closed out our water management class today with a service project on Sevenmile Creek.
HumanDocs- The hand that feeds
HumanDocs – The Hand That Feeds The last HumanDocs of the semester explored themes of inequality, civic representation, immigration and race through the provocative and heartwarming documentary The Hand That Feeds. Set in a sandwich store in Queens, NY, it told the tale of the stores employees.
Collaborative Conversations permeates the art department!
Lauren Roberts is a student in an Environmental Biology class this fall and participating in the SALT (service and learning together) partnership,
Lipscomb Academy host recycling day for the Nashville community
Lipscomb Academy and Lipscomb University offered the community two opportunities to recycle household items such as electronics, fluorescent lights, inkjet cartridges and outdated medications that standard recycling drop sites normally don’t accept.