An endowed memorial scholarship has been established to support students in Lipscomb University’s College of Professional Studies.
Engineering prof receives grant to develop miniature electronics.
The Lipscomb University Lifelong Learning Senior Alumni Program is centered around the human desire to know more. In addition to classroom education, the program offers trips as part of the curriculum. Both national and international, there are about two excursions offered each year.
The Nashville community will have a unique opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at the production process of the popular FOX animated show “American Dad” on Sept. 7 at a special event hosted by Lipscomb University’s George Shinn College of Entertainment & the Arts.
On Monday, Sept. 17, the Department of Communication and Journalism hosts David Fox as part of Lipscomb University’s Media Masters series.
Lipscomb University is hosting the third annual Bison Boogie 5K to generate awareness and support the IDEAL program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities on Saturday, Oct. 6, on the Lipscomb University campus.
On Tuesday, Aug. 28, students, faculty and staff from Lipscomb Academy and Lipscomb University along with the Lipscomb Board of Trustees, gathered in Allen Arena for the President’s Convocation, which officially began the institution’s 128th year.
Lipscomb University officials have announced the launch of a unique hospitality studies program to meet workforce needs in the growing tourism and hospitality industries in Nashville and nationwide.
Lipscomb University is one of the fastest-growing private doctoral universities in the nation according to a new report released by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Lipscomb University officials announced today the launch of a unique graduate program in health administration to meet workforce needs in health care industry in Nashville and nationwide.
Nashville artist Jodi Hays brings her solo show “God Sees Through Houses” to the new location of Lipscomb’s Hutcheson Gallery, in Beaman Library on University Park Drive, on Aug. 27 through Oct. 18.
When students returned to campus this week, they discovered several exciting major changes to campus dining options and facilities including a new burger concept, new outdoor seating and after-hours food options.
The marriage and family therapy program announces a new way to get involved.
The Lipscomb volleyball team was picked to finish third in the annual ASUN Conference preseason coaches poll that was announced on Monday and Carlyle Nusbaum, the reigning two-time ASUN Player of the Year was named the league’s 2018 Preseason Player of the Year.
He was a man of humble stature and a quiet nature, but Harvey Floyd had a powerful impact on generations of Lipscomb University students. Today, the Lipscomb community is mourning the loss of Floyd, who died Aug. 7 at the age of 87.
Igniting the Dream of Education and Access at Lipscomb (IDEAL) held its week-long residential Summer Academy for students with intellectual disabilities June 3-8.
The annual J.S. Ward Scholarship was given to three students planning a career in medicine.
Lipscomb University recently became the only four-year university in the southeast to receive the International Coach Federation’s Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP) accreditation for its performance coaching program.
First cohort of PA students to begin classes in October.
Lipscomb University’s bookstore partner, the Tree of Life, and the Lipscomb Initiative For Education, known as the LIFE program, are teaming up to help provide tools for a special group of students to accomplish their educational goals.
Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy student pharmacist Matthew Murphy is among a select group chosen to participate in the prestigious American Association of College of Pharmacy Walmart Scholars Program for 2018.
Last week the National Association of College and University Mail Services (NACUMS) at its annual conference in New Orleans presented Ronnie Farris an award for the support Lipscomb has given to the mailing industry.
Summer Celebration guests had a unique opportunity to hear Joey Spann share his testimony of the tragedy that happened Sept. 24, 2017 at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ, during which a gunman opened fire at the end of morning services killing one and injuring seven others.
Thomas Duncan, former member of the Lipscomb University Board of Trustees and friend of the institution, died July 19 at the age of 84.
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