Corey follows calling to serve others to Lipscomb’s School of Nursing
Ruth Corey, new executive director of the School of Nursing, follows the call of nursing to Lipscomb University.
College of Education receives two Principal Pipeline Partnership grants from state
Lipscomb University’s College of Education has received two Principal Pipeline Partnership grants from the Tennessee Department of Education to support leadership models that develop or improve innovative and high-impact school leader programs.
Lipscomb welcomes new Bisons at ADVANCE 2017
On July 13 and 14, Lipscomb University sprang to life as new students arrived on campus to attend the July ADVANCE orientation session.
Lipscomb College of Education part of coalition to call on community partners to help fix the broken teacher pipeline
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.
School of Music recognized as one of the country’s top 25 programs
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.
IDEAL students take their skills, dreams to the work force
Lipscomb's IDEAL program graduates are taking their skills into the Nashville workforce and making their professional dreams come true.
Lipscomb students invest in local refugee students through partnership with Nashville International Center for Empowerment
Throughout a partnership with the Nashville International Center for Empowerment (NICE), a community-based nonprofit dedicated to empowering refugees, as well as Nashville After Zone Alliance and McMurray Middle School, Lipscomb students from within the freshman-level SALT course have volunteered in the CRAZE after-school program and have taught environmental biology lessons to refugee middle school students at McMurray Middle School.
Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership alumna impacts lives of Tennessee prison inmates through entrepreneurship program
As part of Lipscomb University’s Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership Master’s program, Karen Vander Molen turned her dream of educating prison inmates into a reality when she co-founded the Building Entreprenuers for Success in Tennessee (BEST) program in 2014.
Missional entrepreneurship students create business model to support LIFE program
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.
Ed Pack Global named 2017 recipient of Mary Morris Award for Exemplary Service to Society
Lipscomb students Luke Benda, Macy Cottrell, Kayla Ford and Ben Siebold (’16) are the founders of the for-profit social enterprise Ed Pack Global, and on Thursday, March 30, were named the 2017 recipients of the Mary Morris Award for Exemplary Service to Society at a special awards presentation in Stowe Hall.