Lipscomb University is made up of people whose lives are marked by service to others.
They are known for driving change and influencing many, extending their reach far beyond the walls of the university and multiplying it in communities around the world. This has been true from the start of the institution.
Today, there are countless members of Lipscomb’s personnel who embody the same beliefs and values of its founder, David Lipscomb, who was known for his service to the community of Nashville. They are leaders in health care, education, technology, business and numerous other fields. Through their work, they are living out their faith and magnifying the God-given excellence inherent in others.
Get to know Lipscomb's world-class faculty.
Q & A With New Provost Jennifer Shewmaker
Jennifer Shewmaker stepped into the Provost role late this summer and with one month already underway, we had the pleasure of being a part of a Q&A with her.
Professors ‘write the book’ on faith, resilience and Scripture
Bible professors lead the way in bringing book projects into the classroom to impact students.
Water decontamination scientist named new Langford Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Steve Opoku-Duah is working to bring clean water and ‘living water’ to the globe.
Building a better world
NSF looks to Lipscomb engineering professor to create a more inclusive STEM industry
A Light in the Darkness
Inauguration brings a new beginning and future led by President Candice McQueen ('96), sparking Lipscomb to shine brighter in the community and through each and every student.
Behavioral Health Initiative grant, largest in university history, renewed with $1.36 million award
Research sparked from this rare initiative on how to prepare students' for integrated health care practice has reached a national audience.
Former state stockpile director brings crisis expertise to the halls of Lipscomb
Pharmacy professor uses past experience preparing for statewide disasters to help Lipscomb open safely this past fall.
Colleges host straight talk and plan for the future in new normal
Following a sea change in public awareness, academic colleges refine diversity plans and respond with significant conversations
Johnson named 2020 NBJ Woman of Influence
Natasha Johnson is leading the way through her impact in the classroom and on the community.
Arts faculty leads the way in sewing masks
Lipscomb costume designer June Kingsbury lauded by local press for organizing almost 1,000 volunteers.