Talbert first Lady Bison to qualify for NCAA track and field finals in school history
Madi Talbert, a freshman from Charlotte, N.C., became the first Lady Bison track and field athlete to qualify for the NCAA Nationals last weekend when she crushed the school record in the 3000-meter steeplechase. She crossed the finish line in 10:11.21. The NCAA finals will be held in Eugene, Oregon June 5-8.
Haslam addresses Girls State assembly in a packed Collins Auditorium
In only a week, the young women who are attending Girls State are learning lessons that will benefit them for the rest of their lives. The American Legion Auxiliary Volunteer Girls State is a recurring event on the campus of Lipscomb University. Girls State has been coming to Lipscomb’s campus for around four years now.
Maltez has experience of a lifetime as partner for country music star Trace Adkins
Sometimes dreams come true in the most unexpected ways. Maureen Maltez’s dream of becoming noticed as a singer was fulfilled much more quickly than she ever thought and in a way that she never imagined that it would.
Lipscomb professor's art can be viewed in Nashville's new Music City Center
Two of Art Chair Warren Greene’s works are among the $2 million in art displayed in the nation’s newest convention center, toured by more than 15,000 people during the grand opening festivities on May 19.
Construction projects part of summer activity on campus
Cranes, construction trucks and hard hats will be a common site on the Lipscomb campus the next few months as a number of construction and renovation projects are underway this summer.
College of Education launches new program for students with intellectual disabilities
A door to a new educational option has been opened for students with developmental and intellectual disabilities as a result of a recent $100,000 grant awarded to Lipscomb University’s College of Education (COE) from the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities. This summer, the College of Education will launch IDEAL (Igniting the Dream of Education and Access at Lipscomb), a program that will offer a two-year academic certificate experience to an initial cohort of up to six students with intellectual disabilities. Classes will begin January 2014. Lipscomb is the first Christian university in Tennessee to offer such a program.
Christian practice grad program combines theological training, professional goals
Lipscomb University’s College of Bible and Ministry is offering an innovative new graduate program that combines theological training with studies in other academic areas. The new Master of Arts degree in Christian practice will begin in August.
Alexander to lead Bison basketball program
Lipscomb Athletic Director Philip Hutcheson announced May 18 that Nashville native Casey Alexander has been hired as the 18th head coach of the Lipscomb University men’s basketball program. Bringing 18 years of NCAA Division I coaching experience in the Atlantic Sun Conference to the storied Bison program, Alexander takes over the reins of the Lipscomb program after a two-year stint at Stetson University, where he led the Hatters to a third-place finish in the A-Sun standings.
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