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- #6 Christian engineering program in the nation
- #1 Undergrad business program in Tennessee
Godspell: Homecoming musical depicts the life and teachings of Jesus
Lipscomb University's theatre department will perform the musical Godspell as a part of Homecoming weekend.
Lipscomb launches first Master of Health Administration degree in Nashville
Lipscomb University has launched Nashville’s first Master of Health Administration program, considered by national accrediting organizations and industry professionals as the gold standard for preparing mid-careerist who want to build a successful career in health care leadership.
Lipscomb student a two-time Society of Professional Journalists National Mark of Excellence Award winner
Lipscomb University senior Ben Davis is a national winner in the Society of Professional Journalists’ Mark of Excellence Awards for his picture of the 2017 total-eclipse. This is Davis’ second year winning a national award in the category of Breaking News Photography (Small School Division).
Dana Carpenter to speak at Southern Festival of Books
Associate Professor Dana Carpenter will speak at the Southern Festival of Books, coinciding with the release of her latest novel, Book of the Just.
Lipscomb to induct seven into the athletics hall of fame
Lipscomb University Athletics is pleased to announce the addition of seven new inductees into the department’s Hall of Fame. The 2018 honorees are: Brent McNutt (Baseball), Wes Wilkerson (Baseball), Emily Pleasant High (Women’s Basketball), Sarah Marcrom McKamey (Women’s Basketball), Wade Tomlinson (Men’s Basketball), Marcus Bodie (Men’s Basketball) and Dr. Lynn Griffith (Coach).
Lipscomb University men's residence hall High Rise turns 50
Opened in 1968, High Rise Residence Hall is one of the “newer” residence halls on the Lipscomb University campus. Celebrating its 50th year, the youth of the men’s dorm doesn’t mean it lacks history.
Mental and emotional wellness program begins at Lipscomb
UShine, a program designed to build resilient minds on college campuses, brings awareness, education and hope to Lipscomb students.
History immortalized in Beaman Library Archives and Special Collections
Tucked away on the second floor of Beaman Library is an array of documents, tapes, photographs and other relics that each contribute to the overarching story of Lipscomb University.
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