Lipscomb University is partnering with the family of influential Nashville community leader Nelson Andrews to establish the Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership at Lipscomb University, announced President L. Randolph Lowry at an Oct. 21 community gathering.
|Briefing on the Andrews Institute in the Hall of Fame Room.|
|Randy and Rhonda Lowry with members of the Nelson Andrews family.|
|Institute Executive Director Linda Peek Schacht.|
|Mayor Karl Dean is one of many civic leaders on the institute Leadership Council.|
- Establishing a master’s degree in civic leadership in fall 2011;
- Developing an archive of Andrews’ comments on leadership and the results of his civic entrepreneurship;
- Building a website, Leading Voices, (leadingvoices.lipscomb.edu) to serve as a national interactive link among community leaders, including working papers, regular blogs and results of research; and
- Offering opportunities for discussion that stimulates solutions and action, including an annual symposium on civic leadership to begin in fall 2010.