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ENGAGE Youth Theology Initiative equips high schoolers for the ministry of racial reconciliation
Lipscomb University’s College of Bible & Ministry recently launched ENGAGE, a summer youth theology institute to educate, challenge and empower teens to take seriously Jesus’ teaching on reconciliation and service to those on the margins of society, as well as to be moved to a life of vocational ministry.
Student tweet about last name becomes Twitter hit
Junior Steven Kleinschmidt’s clever response to a tweet gains big interest from around the world.
Teen investigators use science to solve crime at Lipscomb University’s In Cold Blood: Forensic Science Academy
From July 24-27, nearly 30 middle and high school students were tapped as the lead investigators to solve the break-in and “murder” of a renowned scientist at Lipscomb’s In Cold Blood: Forensic Science Academy.
Lawley selected to lead women’s golf program
Former UAB team captain Jesse Lawley has been tabbed by Lipscomb athletics director Philip Hutcheson to take over the reins of the department’s women’s golf program.
High school seniors get the college experience at Summer Scholars
From Friday, July 7 to Sunday, July 16, Lipscomb welcomed high school students from across the country onto campus to participate in the annual Summer Scholars program.
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.
Hernandez appointed men’s tennis head coach
Starting this fall, there will be a new head coach at the helm of the Lipscomb men’s tennis program as Geoff Hernandez will take over the role after serving as an assistant coach for the team since June of 2014.
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.
Ready to come by?
Call it Southern hospitality or just plain friendliness, but we love having visitors at our 125-year-old, heart-of-Nashville campus. We welcome parents, alumni, community members, neighbors and business groups for tours, events, and conferences. Here s some important information on parking, building locations, and even a little bit about our hometown, Nashville.
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There s a lot going on at Lipscomb, but we believe that the best about us hasn t happened yet! We have a vision for this university to offer even stronger academics, broader service, better facilities and smarter technologies. We re planning the future of Lipscomb and we invite you to help us build it. We welcome people who want to put faith in futures.