On July 13 and 14, Lipscomb University sprang to life as new students arrived on campus to attend the July ADVANCE orientation session.
Starting this fall, there will be a new head coach at the helm of the Lipscomb men’s tennis program as Geoff Hernandez will take over the role after serving as an assistant coach for the team since June of 2014.
Lipscomb's College of Education is part of coalition to call on Nashville community partners to help fix the broken teacher pipeline and add more diversity to the education workforce.
Lipscomb University, along with the Hilton and Sallie Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and Integrity, present the 2017 Business with Purpose Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, September 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at Nashville's Music City Center, and nominations are still open for submission.
As the start of a new academic year is on the horizon, construction on the new 55,000-square-foot Villages II is nearing completion.
What gets youngsters excited about math and engineering in summer: Robots!
Elementary students from J.E. Moss visited campus in July for the finale of their summer reading camp, coordinated by Lipscomb.
Elam, Johnson and the Village II residence halls will each be welcoming a new director this coming fall.
Lipscomb University’s accounting program, housed in the College of Business, was recently named the top in Tennessee and No. 2 in the nation by Christian Universities Online in its “Top 10 Accounting Colleges & Universities” ranking.
Two Lipscomb alums, Lana Sydenstricker and Madison Mayhew, have recently started internships with International Justice Mission, a faith-based global organization, in India and Washington, D.C.
Lipscomb University’s Nashville Business Breakfast will feature Bob Rolfe, commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, as the guest speaker on Thursday, July 20.
Transformation of a 20,100-square-feet office space 4th Avenue and Commerce Street in downtown Nashville is being transformed into the university's newest Spark facility.
Mark Cleveland, owner and CEO of Hobby Express, recently turned a College of Professional Studies capstone project into a new business idea.
Lipscomb University’s School of Music has been recognized as one of the top in the country by SuccessfulStudent.org, which recently released its list of the top 25 programs in the country.
The Independence Day holiday celebration started a little early at Lipscomb University with its annual Summer Celebration closing night festivities June 30.
Lipscomb University officials announced today that it is partnering with Tree of Life Bookstores in the operation of the university’s bookstore beginning July 1.
From June 16-24, over 2,500 middle and high school students from more than 14 states gathered on campus to participate in the 2017 IMPACT junior and senior camps, filled with games, Bible studies, worship and more.
Sales and marketing professionals will soon have a new resource for developing and refining their knowledge and skills as Lipscomb University launches a new professional certificate program at its new downtown Spark location this September.
Two Lipscomb University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences alums were named Teacher of the Year for their leadership, support and success in enhancing education in Nashville.
Summer Celebration 2017, a three-day community lectureship filled with faith, fellowship and fun, will take place on Lipscomb's campus June 28-30.
On Sunday afternoon, June 25, the InterGenerate conference officially kicked off as Lipscomb University welcomed 150 Christians arriving from South Africa, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and 25 different states.
Lipscomb University will break ground this fall on a two-story, 33,000-square-foot George Shinn Events Center that will be located adjacent to the Ezell Center.
The numbers are in and for the fourth consecutive year the Lipscomb Bisons have claimed the Atlantic Sun Conference Academic Champion Trophy presented to the school in the league with the highest percentage of student-athletes that have claimed a 3.0 grade-point average or higher.
Lipscomb University is hosting a Bison Block Party for the community June 30.
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