ExxonMobil Production Co. president Neil W. Duffin will be flying to Nashville from Houston on Thursday, May 11, to help Lipscomb University officially dedicate its new Fields Engineering Center.
Alumnus Don Umphrey's dream comes to reality as “The Meanest Man In Texas,” based on his book of the same title, premieres at the Nashville Film Festival April 26 and 28.
Lipscomb University’s College of Business has appointed Bart Liddle chair of its Department of Management, Entrepreneurship and Marketing and assistant dean for health care programs.
Lipscomb University has appointed Charlie Jackson veterans program coordinator in its Office of Veteran Services.
Tim Shaw, former linebacker for the Tennessee Titans, visited the final Gathering chapel service of the 2016-17 school year to share his journey of faith, football and three-year battle with ALS
Nearly 18 months ago, Steve Taylor, Lipscomb’s filmmaker-in-residence, wrote and directed Drama Major, a sitcom pilot set in a small town college theater department, that featured Lipscomb students, alumni, professors and friends. This weekend, Lipscomb’s George Shinn College of Entertainment & the Arts will premiere the sitcom as part of the 2017 Nashville Film Festival.
The Lipscomb community will officially mark the opening of the new Fields Engineering Center with a dedication ceremony and celebration on Thursday, May 11.
From Tuesday, May 30 to Friday, August 4, Lipscomb academy and university will offer a wide-variety of summer for students Pre-K through 12th grade with its Summer Experience 2017.
The Lipscomb University golf program had a historic weekend at the Legends Course at Chateau Elan in Braselton, Georgia, as juniors Samantha Griffith and Dawson Armstrong each won the 2017 Atlantic Sun individual golf championship in their respective tournaments.
This spring, a group of business students are getting a unique opportunity to put skills learned in the classroom into practical use to benefit another university program.
Lipscomb University’s College of Education has named Candice McQueen, Tennessee’s commissioner of education, its 2017 Innovator in Education.
A team of nine Lipscomb University engineering students recently placed 14th out of 42 teams in their debut showing at a national robotics competition held by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers on March 31 through April 2 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
This spring, Lipscomb University and the Nashville Shakespeare Festival have partnered to present Richard II, one of Shakespeare’s little-performed historical plays, April 13-22 at 7:30 p.m. and April 23 at 2:30 p.m. in Shamblin Theatre.
Lipscomb University welcomes world renowned physicist Sylvester James Gates Jr. for a public lecture on Thursday, April 13, at 7 p.m. in Stowe Hall.
The Tennessee Department of Education has turned to Lipscomb to train more than two thousand teachers statewide in its literacy campaign, Read to be Ready.
On Tuesday, April 4, Anna Cannone shared her story of faith and perseverance through trial and suffering alongside Earl Lavender, professor of Bible, at Lipscomb University’s Gathering Chapel. She started her talk by asking fellow students to turn to one another and remind them that God loves them.
On Wednesday, March 29, more than 1,000 Lipscomb students, faculty and staff lent a helping hand to 56 Middle Tennessee locations as part of Lipscomb University’s annual Service Day.
For the third consecutive year, The Leading Edge will host “Sexual Assault Awareness Day” on Tuesday, April 11 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.in the Bennett Campus Center.
Lipscomb University invites the community to participate in Resurrection Week, a series of on-campus events to commemorate the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, April 10-16.
Lipscomb University's Singarama 2017 opens Thursday, April 6 and runs through Saturday, April 8 in Collins Alumni Auditorium.
Spring break marked the 15th anniversary of Lipscomb's mission trips to Camp Shiloh.
The Lipscomb Cyber Defense Team, a team of nine students from Lipscomb’s College of Computing & Technology, has qualified for the Southeast Regional Cyber Defense Competition on April 5-6, in Kennesaw, Georgia.
Lipscomb University communications professor, Aerial Ellis is a force to be reckoned with. Not only does she teach courses in public relations, cross-cultural communications and leadership, but she has recently authored her first book, The Original Millennial and now has been named one of Nashville Business Journal’s Women of Influence in their Trailblazer category.
Lipscomb University welcomes Grammy-nominated Eroica Trio to campus for a concert on Tuesday, April 4, at 7:30 p.m. in Ward Hall, as part of the College of Entertainment & the Arts’ Artist Series.
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