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’s edition is set for Tuesday, Nov. 27, at Lipscomb University.
In her desire to connect the student body with Health Services, Keckley started the Student Health Advisory Committee. These four student ambassadors meet monthly to consider health-related topics their peers would want to know and how to begin these discussions on campus.
Lipscomb graduate and undergraduate students of any major will have the opportunity to pitch a business plan in the Kittrell Pitch Competition.
Lipscomb University will celebrate the official opening of the new John C. Hutcheson Art Gallery, located in the east wing of the institution’s Beaman Library, with a special exhibit and ribbon cutting ceremony as part of Homecoming festivities at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10.
The Lipscomb University College of Bible & Ministry is launching a new workshop to help ministers, teachers and other influential voices in the church community develop their skillset.
Stompfest, a Lipscomb University tradition and student favorite, will take the stage November 14 at 7 p.m. in Collin’s Auditorium. Students keep the beat in the annual step show for judges made up of faculty, staff and alumni, this year a one-night-only performance.
On Monday, Nov. 12, the Department of Communication and Journalism will feature news director and podcast host Emily Siner as part of the 2018-19 Media Masters Series.
Tennessee First Lady Crissy Haslam has been named the 2018 Innovator in Education by Lipscomb University’s College of Education for her work in encouraging parent engagement in education and reading proficiency for children.
Students have the opportunity to register for a trip to Florida to aid in Hurricane Michael relief efforts with Lipscomb's missions.
Lipscomb University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is partnering with Good Shepherd Pharmacy in Memphis, Tennessee, and the FedEx Institute of Technology at the University of Memphis to develop a first-of-its-kind system to provide underinsured patients the medication they need through an innovative use of blockchain technology.
Lipscomb Engineering students took 15 students to the SoutheastCon, competed in almost every event, and took home first and second place in a few competitions.
Lipscomb University has been named one of the top universities in the nation and the top in Tennessee by Military Times in its Best for Vets: Colleges 2019 rankings.
On Nov. 15, Lipscomb Academy will offer a chance to recycle household items such as electronics, fluorescent lights, batteries and outdated medications that standard recycling drop sites normally don’t accept.
Veteran higher education administrator, nationally recognized worship leader and musician Randy Gill has been appointed assistant dean in Lipscomb University’s George Shinn College of Entertainment & the Arts to help lead one of the university’s most rapidly growing programs, Provost W. Craig Bledsoe announced today.
Lipscomb University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Office of Financial Aid are partnering to offer FAFSA Day on Saturday, Nov. 3.
Steve Bonner, new assistant dean of the undergraduate Bible department, comes to Lipscomb University with a vision to help revamp the undergraduate department, curriculum.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Conway shares her research, ways to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer
Dr. Andrea Mills shares tips to help college students sustain good mental health.
Lipscomb University has an international presence. With current students from more than 50 countries and alumni living, working, and studying abroad, the institution has a global impact. On Oct. 22, students caught a glimpse of what a cross-cultural career would look like through the International Career Panel, sponsored by the Lipscomb History, Politics, and Philosophy Department and by the Tenn. World Affairs Council.
Lipscomb University’s Office of Alumni Relations recently announced the 2018 recipients of the Lipscomb Honors Award, the highest honor conferred on alumni of the institution and recognizes the inspiring ways Lipscomb alumni are making a profound impact in the world.
John Pomeroy, an adjunct faculty member in Lipscomb University’s animation program and former Disney animator, he is celebrating the release of the book “Walt’s Imagination: The Life of Walt Disney,” which he illustrated.
As a Church of Christ institution in Nashville, the musical ensemble A Cappella Singers are a perfect fit for Lipscomb University’s musical offerings. “It’s important because a cappella is part of our heritage,” said Gary P. Wilson, chair of the Classical Music Program and professor at Lipscomb.
Governor Bill Haslam talked about his faith, past experiences and gave advice to the students at a special Gathering on Oct. 18.
Lipscomb University's theatre department will perform the musical Godspell as a part of Homecoming weekend.
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