- Top 1% Secondary teacher prep program in the nation
- #6 Christian engineering program in the nation
- #1 Undergrad business program in Tennessee
Amy Grant to kick-off holiday season with annual Lighting of the Green Nov. 27
For more than a decade the Lipscomb University community has celebrated the start of the holiday season with beloved Nashville entertainer Amy Grant and friends at the annual Lighting of the Green concert. This year’s edition is set for Tuesday, Nov. 27, at Lipscomb University.
Student Health Advisory Committee promotes campus health
In her desire to connect the student body with Health Services, Keckley started the Student Health Advisory Committee. These four student ambassadors meet monthly to consider health-related topics their peers would want to know and how to begin these discussions on campus.
The Center for Entrepreneurship hosts the annual Kittrell Pitch Competition
Lipscomb graduate and undergraduate students of any major will have the opportunity to pitch a business plan in the Kittrell Pitch Competition.
New John C. Hutcheson Art Gallery to officially open at special Homecoming Day ceremony Nov. 10
Lipscomb University will celebrate the official opening of the new John C. Hutcheson Art Gallery, located in the east wing of the institution’s Beaman Library, with a special exhibit and ribbon cutting ceremony as part of Homecoming festivities at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10.
College of Bible & Ministry launches new workshop to help ministry leaders grow their pastoral skillset
The Lipscomb University College of Bible & Ministry is launching a new workshop to help ministers, teachers and other influential voices in the church community develop their skillset.
The Lipscomb Office of Intercultural Development prepares to stomp: Stompfest 2018
Stompfest, a Lipscomb University tradition and student favorite, will take the stage November 14 at 7 p.m. in Collin’s Auditorium. Students keep the beat in the annual step show for judges made up of faculty, staff and alumni, this year a one-night-only performance.
Nashville Public Radio's Emily Siner to speak at next Media Masters, Nov. 12
On Monday, Nov. 12, the Department of Communication and Journalism will feature news director and podcast host Emily Siner as part of the 2018-19 Media Masters Series.
Crissy Haslam named Lipscomb Innovator in Education
Tennessee First Lady Crissy Haslam has been named the 2018 Innovator in Education by Lipscomb University’s College of Education for her work in encouraging parent engagement in education and reading proficiency for children.
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