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Homecoming 2018 continues tradition with Bison Day, basketball and Lipscomb Honors, Nov. 9-11
Bison assistant Brad Coon to lead Lipscomb Academy high school baseball program
Former professional player and Lipscomb University assistant coach Brad Coon has been named head coach of Lipscomb Academy’s high school varsity baseball program, athletic director Mike Roller announced today.
Education alumnus is the new 2018 MasterChef
Gerron Hurt, a master's grad in education, became the 2018 MasterChef on Wednesday.
Another successful summer of research for Langford Yates Scholars
Four students received a Langford-Yates fellowship to conduct scientific research with Lipscomb faculty this summer.
College of Business undergraduates outperform all on national exam
Each year, seniors of the Lipscomb University College of Business take The Peregrine exam, a nationally norm, summative assessment used to measure learning outcomes and the general knowledge of BBA majors.
Engineering professor awarded $110,000 grant from the National Science Foundation
Engineering prof receives grant to develop miniature electronics.
Lifelong Learning to travel to Cuba and Europe in 2019
The Lipscomb University Lifelong Learning Senior Alumni Program is centered around the human desire to know more. In addition to classroom education, the program offers trips as part of the curriculum. Both national and international, there are about two excursions offered each year.
Ayers Institute launches new podcasts series focusing on stories
In January 2018, the Lipscomb University’s Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning & Innovation released the first episode of its new podcast series, “My Why: Stories of Inspiration from Educators.”
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