NFL veteran quarterback Trent Dilfer has been named head coach of Lipscomb Academy’s football program, head of school Greg Glenn announced today.
Vice Provost Roger Davis has been honored with national APhA-ASP 2018 Outstanding Dean Award.
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.
At nearly 99 years old, Lipscomb alumnus John S. K. Liu passed away on Dec. 29, 2018 in Beijing, China. Liu met his wife, Eleanor Echols, when they both attended Lipscomb University. The couple were married in the lobby of Johnson Hall in 1951 and awarded the Lipscomb University Heroes of Business Award in 2012.
Information technology professionals of all levels, managers and students alike will have a unique opportunity to enhance their skills and knowledge at the Blockchain W4B Nashville Hackathon + Learning Hub coming to Lipscomb University Feb. 8-10. The event is being offered in partnership with Women4Blockchain, whose mission is to build and empower pioneers and empowering pioneers in the world of blockchain technology.
For December 2018 graduate Kaci Murley, education is a privilege worth pursuing. Today she has her Master of Arts degree in leadership and public service and is starting a new chapter in her career at Leadership Memphis.
The Lipscomb University Hazelip School of Theology is excited to host its annual Preaching Workshop, February 11-12. This year’s theme, “Preaching at the Crossroads: Rediscovering Gospel in the New World” will introduce discussion on the importance of preaching, examples of the gospel at work, and what it looks like to live and speak prophetically in modern context.
Lipscomb alumna Alex Banks ('16, MM '17) shares her experience traveling to 11 different countries in only 11 months with the organization the World Race.
The ability of students in Lipscomb University’s George Shinn College of Entertainment & the Arts to access the latest technology as part of their educational experience is becoming a reality -- or rather a virtual reality -- as the institution is the first university in the nation to purchase the Positron Voyager, the first chair designed specifically for fully immersive cinematic virtual reality (VR).
On Jan. 4, Lipscomb University's Physician Assistant Studies students celebrated the completion of their first semester with the symbolic white coat ceremony.
Dodd Galbreath, assistant professor and founding director of the Institute of Sustainable Practice provides steps students can take toward more sustainable living.
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.
Early in the morning of January 2, the Lipscomb University A Cappella Singers boarded the bus to begin their annual winter performance tour. The ensemble will travel from Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama throughout the weekend, to be back in Nashville on January 6 for students to begin second semester classes the next day.
Lipscomb University established a campus chapter of Save Our Supper, a national student organization, in fall 2015, and senior environmental and sustainability science major Courtney Christl ramped up the chapter’s activities and awareness campaigns this past school year.
Julio Rivas, associate professor of finance at Lipscomb University, shares his journey to becoming an American Citizen.
Kathy Hargis, associate vice president for risk management and compliance, has received the 2018 Distinguished Risk Manager Award from the University Risk Management and Insurance Association.
The Lipscomb Community Chorus will begin its 22nd season Jan. 14, 2019, with its first rehearsal. The chorus is an a cappella ensemble, and anyone who is interested in being part of this group is invited to participate. Auditions are not required.
Lipscomb University’s College of Business has once again been ranked the top private in Tennessee and among the top in the nation by Poets&Quants for Undergrads, the leading online publication for undergraduate business education news. This is the third consecutive year for Lipscomb’s College of Business to be ranked nationally and the best in Tennessee.
Lifelong Learning courses begin February 4, 2019, and will even offer participants a chance to audit an undergraduate Bible course.
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.
Local government, policy issues and making communities the best they can be are driving forces for recent graduate Grant Mathis, who serves in two roles to make a difference in the world around him.
Frank Scott is an adjunct professor at Lipscomb University and the director of the Counseling Center on campus. Scott recognizes that for many people, being with family is not always happy or healthy. The ups and downs of life can be accentuated when around those who know us best, and Scott encourages students to find solace in the things they like to do.
Graduation marks the end of an era for Taylor Sain, who has called Lipscomb home for over 16 years.
Tabitha Liburd, who will receive her Master of Arts in conflict management at commencement Saturday, is celebrating the completion of an academic journey that is leading to a new professional pursuit in the field of conflict management.
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