Greene scholarship recipient honored by prestigious law firm
A former recipient of the Angie Green Memorial Scholarship, a donor-funded endowment at Lipscomb University, has been honored by one of Nashville’s most prestigious law firms.
LIFE program sparks recent grad's generosity
Most students who receive cash gifts for graduation are eager to celebrate by spending. Not so with Megan Inman, a 2013 Lipscomb graduate. Instead, she passed her gifts on to Lipscomb University to support a program about which she is passionate -- the LIFE program.
Doster Scholarship created for engineering students
Dean Justin A. Myrick Sr. and his wife, Melissa Redding Myrick, have endowed a new scholarship for engineering students in honor of Dr. Myrick's grandfather, James Doster.
President Lowry's special report to donors
President Lowry prepared the following report, looking back over the past year at the impact donors have in the life of Lipscomb University and Lipscomb Academy.
The Kittrell/Dennison family: A Century of Giving
Jane and Marty Kittrell have faced a lot of changes through the years, so when it comes to their philanthropy, they look for something eternal.
Oakley Christian helps 'light the path'
If the lights are on at Lipscomb, you probably have Oakley Christian to thank. His company has played a key role through the years in making sure the campus has electricity. But his family's generosity is also key to Lipscomb's future.
Donors Establish Frasier Professorship
College of Business Dean Turney Stevens announced The Charles E. Frasier Professorship of Accounting at a Feb. 26 dinner in honor of Frasier, who is professor and chair of the department of accounting, finance and economics. Frasier will be the first to hold the professorship.
Lee Whitney Engineering Scholarship established at Lipscomb
The Lee Whitney Engineering Scholarship has been established at Lipscomb University to provide assistance to engineering majors who have an interest in engineering missions.
Don and Carmen Meyer Establish New Scholarship at Lipscomb
Legendary former Lipscomb University basketball coach Don Meyer and his wife, Carmen, have established an endowed scholarship fund at Lipscomb.
Ruth Frey & Evalena Tobaben
Sisters Ruth Frey and Evalena Tobaben may seem like unlikely college donors. They never attended college and, in fact, had only a passing association with Lipscomb University through their church in Louisville. That all changed in 1994, when Frey attended her first Lipscomb Summer Hostel, a week-long combination of classes and field trips for individuals who want to learn in a classroom setting again. About that same time, she set up the first of several gift annuities through the university.