Global Learning announces new study abroad program to begin in fall 2019
Beginning in fall of 2019, Lipscomb students will have the opportunity to journey to one of the top study abroad destinations in Latin America, Costa Rica.
Seven Lipscomb alums serving in Tennessee legislature
When Tennessee’s 111th General Assembly convened on Tuesday, Jan. 8, six Lipscomb University alumni and one Lipscomb Academy graduate were among those who have been elected to serve the state in the House or Senate.
Lifelong Learning returns with new educational opportunities
Lifelong Learning courses begin February 4, 2019, and will even offer participants a chance to audit an undergraduate Bible course.
MLK Diversity Breakfast celebrates the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
On Jan. 17, Lipscomb University will host guest speaker Ashford Hughes at the MLK Diversity Breakfast in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy.
Graduation 2018: Marine Corps veteran earns college degree with the help of Lipscomb's veteran services
Even though the transition from the Marines to college was difficult, Dillon Volpi said the veteran services office gave him unlimited resources to succeed.
Graduation 2018: Lipscomb community celebrates first online graduates
The Lipscomb community is celebrating its first online graduates at December commencement set for Dec. 15.
Graduation 2018: Hernandez to walk across graduation stage for 'entire family' as first generation to complete college degree
Jocelyn Hernandez, a senior psychology major, will become the first of her family to graduate college on Dec. 15.
New Center for Analytics & Informatics to integrate analytics studies into interdisciplinary academic programs
Lipscomb University has launched a new Center for Analytics & Informatics to integrate the study of data analytics in academic programs spanning a variety of disciplines to better equip the next generation of data-driven professionals in any industry or career field.
Tim Johnson tells origin of 'Volunteer State' moniker in new book
Fueled by his passion for history, Timothy D. Johnson has just released his seventh book, “For Duty and Honor.” His fourth in regards to the Mexican-American War, Johnson’s newest book focuses exclusively on the role of Tennesseans in the conflict, and the brave soldiers who earned the state the nickname, “the Volunteer State.”
Former Aspen Institute CEO, author and journalist Walter Isaacson to headline Imagine 2019
Lipscomb University officials announced today that former Aspen Institute CEO, author and journalist, Walter Isaacson, will be the featured guest at Imagine 2019 on April 15.