A group of 30 Lipscomb University students had an opportunity to study a significant era in the history of the United States during a visit to the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis last month.
For the second straight season Lipscomb’s Carlyle Nusbaum was named ASUN Co-Player of the Year and was a unanimous First Team All-Conference selection.
Pharmacy and informatics students take part in Emerging Leader Program at Stanford MedX.
Music City BEST is a national competition that allows students to apply the math, science and technology.
Lipscomb’s Department of History, Politics and Philosophy held its fourth International Career Panel on Oct. 24.
With rain swirling and wind blowing, the night was perfect for the Lipscomb men’s soccer team as the Bisons celebrated their first-ever ASUN Championship with a 2-1 victory over Jacksonville in the ASUN Final.
Lipscomb University’s College of Business will celebrate the opening bell of its new Financial Markets Lab featuring access to the Bloomberg Terminal service at 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 10.
The Lipscomb Men’s soccer team took down powerhouse Florida Gulf Coast on Sunday, Nov. 5, to advance into the program's first-ever Atlantic Sun Championship final. The championship game is set for Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. EST in Jacksonville, Florida.
Lipscomb University’s College of Business has named local business leader Burt Nowers CEO-in-residence in its Center for Business as Mission.
Productivity consultant Mridu Parikh, founder of Life is Organized, will share expert advice on life organization at a special seminar Saturday, Nov. 11.
Academy and University alumna draws on health experiences to fuel passion for research.
Alumna Natalie Gilbert holds grand opening of Natalie's Office Spas in Granny White Shops on Nov. 13.
Lipscomb alumni from across the country will descend on campus this week for annual Homecoming festivities.
Tom Cigarran, chairman of the Nashville Predators, revealed the secret to the Predators’ recent success at a new lunch series at Lipscomb’s newly opened Downtown Spark facility.
Public transportation is one of the hottest topics in Middle Tennessee, and recently two officials from Lipscomb’s College of Business were among a group of local leaders who traveled to Denver, Colorado, to learn more about public transportation systems.
Lipscomb University's Office of Intercultural Development presents Stompfest 2017 Nov. 15-16 at 7 p.m. in Collins Alumni Auditorium.
In honor of Veterans Day 2017, Lipscomb’s Campus Veterans Organization will host a series of events, Nov. 6-10, that honor the service and appreciate the sacrifices of those who have bravely fought in the United States Armed Forces, including Lipscomb’s student-veteran population.
What started in 1917 with two business course offerings: shorthand and bookkeeping, this year reaches a significant milestone as Lipscomb’s College of Business celebrates its 100th anniversary as well as a century of growth, success and impact on the lives of thousands of business professionals.
This year, the university will hold its collection on Saturday, Nov. 4, in front of the Burton Health Science Center at One University Park Drive, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the academy will hold its collection on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at its elementary school campus at 4517 Granny White Pike, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Lipscomb Theatre presents She Loves Me, a romantic comedy with a soaring score, Nov. 3-12, in Collins Alumni Auditorium.
For the fourth time in the past five years, the Lipscomb men’s cross country team is taking home the conference crown after placing first overall with 29 points at Saturday’s ASUN Championship meet. Senior Jacob Poyner earned the individual title on the men’s side as well.
Lipscomb University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program has been awarded a $1.8 million grant to improve mental health services in Nashville by training the behavioral health and education workforce for an integrated approach to meeting mental health needs.
On Oct. 19-21, the Institute for Conflict Management at Lipscomb University partnered with the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine to present the 2017 Professional Skills Program in Dispute Resolution in Nashville.
John Ingram, lead owner of Nashville's Major League Soccer expansion bid, will share insight into the bid to attract a professional team to the city at the Wednesday, Nov. 1 Nashville Business Breakfast.
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