Nashville attorney added to development team
Nashville attorney Derrick Free named director of corporation and foundation relations.
McFarland Impact: 'Doors open because of donors' incredible generosity'
Donor support of funds like the Langford-Yates Endowment for the Advancement of Science opens doors of opportunity for students while encouraging research that may improve quality of life for many. It's all part of the McFarland Science Center heritage of impact.
Harris named senior vice president of Morehouse School of Medicine
Vice president of development and alumni relations takes new position at Morehouse.
McFarland Science Center addition is Next campaign priority
Completing an aggressive plan to provide funding for a major addition to McFarland Science Center is the highest priority of the Lipscomb:Next Campaign for the first half of 2014.
Fiscal Cliff legislation aids donors
American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 preserves charitable deduction, extends estate tax exemption and reinstates IRA rollover program.
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.
A Special Report to Donors
The pace at Lipscomb University rarely slows, but we do take a moment at the conclusion of each academic year to reflect on the year and anticipate new opportunities for growth and service in the coming months. One phrase continues to come to my mind—Lipscomb University is richly blessed! You have heard me say this before, but it continues to be an accurate description of our circumstances.
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.
Rodes & Patricia Hart
When Nashville businessman Rodes Hart decided to purchase a piano for his office, the first person to point him toward Lipscomb University was longtime friend and Lipscomb board of trustees member Robbie Davis. She suggested that he contact Professor Jerome Reed for assistance -- advice that was endorsed by a number of others in the music community.