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Former NFL player Trent Dilfer named head coach of Lipscomb Academy’s football program
NFL veteran quarterback Trent Dilfer has been named head coach of Lipscomb Academy’s football program, head of school Greg Glenn announced today.
National pharmacy association honors Roger Davis as outstanding dean
Vice Provost Roger Davis has been honored with national APhA-ASP 2018 Outstanding Dean Award.
Global Learning announces new study abroad program to begin in fall 2019
Beginning in fall of 2019, Lipscomb students will have the opportunity to journey to one of the top study abroad destinations in Latin America, Costa Rica.
99-year-old Lipscomb alumnus Liu leaves behind legacy of service
At nearly 99 years old, Lipscomb alumnus John S. K. Liu passed away on Dec. 29, 2018 in Beijing, China. Liu met his wife, Eleanor Echols, when they both attended Lipscomb University. The couple were married in the lobby of Johnson Hall in 1951 and awarded the Lipscomb University Heroes of Business Award in 2012.
Blockchain W4B Nashville Hackathon + Learning Hub coming to Lipscomb University Feb. 8-10
Information technology professionals of all levels, managers and students alike will have a unique opportunity to enhance their skills and knowledge at the Blockchain W4B Nashville Hackathon + Learning Hub coming to Lipscomb University Feb. 8-10. The event is being offered in partnership with Women4Blockchain, whose mission is to build and empower pioneers and empowering pioneers in the world of blockchain technology.
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.
Hazelip School of Theology 2019 Preaching Workshop to focus on rediscovering the gospel
The Lipscomb University Hazelip School of Theology is excited to host its annual Preaching Workshop, February 11-12. This year’s theme, “Preaching at the Crossroads: Rediscovering Gospel in the New World” will introduce discussion on the importance of preaching, examples of the gospel at work, and what it looks like to live and speak prophetically in modern context.
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.
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