- Top 1% Secondary teacher prep program in the nation
- #6 Christian engineering program in the nation
- #1 Undergrad business program in Tennessee
Murley uses graduate degree to make impact in Memphis
For December 2018 graduate Kaci Murley, education is a privilege worth pursuing. Today she has her Master of Arts degree in leadership and public service and is starting a new chapter in her career at Leadership Memphis.
Alex Banks: Racing to serve 11 countries in 11 months
Lipscomb alumna Alex Banks ('16, MM '17) shares her experience traveling to 11 different countries in only 11 months with the organization the World Race.
Lipscomb first university in nation to own a Voyager virtual reality chair and integrate it into film making program
The ability of students in Lipscomb University’s George Shinn College of Entertainment & the Arts to access the latest technology as part of their educational experience is becoming a reality -- or rather a virtual reality -- as the institution is the first university in the nation to purchase the Positron Voyager, the first chair designed specifically for fully immersive cinematic virtual reality (VR).
White coat ceremony celebrates milestone for Lipscomb's first PA cohort
On Jan. 4, Lipscomb University's Physician Assistant Studies students celebrated the completion of their first semester with the symbolic white coat ceremony.
A collective effort to stop the pending climate crisis
Dodd Galbreath, assistant professor and founding director of the Institute of Sustainable Practice provides steps students can take toward more sustainable living.
Seven Lipscomb alums serving in Tennessee legislature
When Tennessee’s 111th General Assembly convened on Tuesday, Jan. 8, six Lipscomb University alumni and one Lipscomb Academy graduate were among those who have been elected to serve the state in the House or Senate.
School of Music's A Cappella Singers begin annual tour
Early in the morning of January 2, the Lipscomb University A Cappella Singers boarded the bus to begin their annual winter performance tour. The ensemble will travel from Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama throughout the weekend, to be back in Nashville on January 6 for students to begin second semester classes the next day.
Environmental and sustainability science major combats food waste on campus
Lipscomb University established a campus chapter of Save Our Supper, a national student organization, in fall 2015, and senior environmental and sustainability science major Courtney Christl ramped up the chapter’s activities and awareness campaigns this past school year.
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