The best example of our impact at Lipscomb University can be seen through our alumni.
We work to instill in our graduates competency and character, knowledge and faith, service and selflessness, and an open spirit to the call of God on their lives. We prepare them with a perspective of critical thinking that continues to grow their understanding and faith as they engage in the world and communities around them. Below are some examples of alumni who are pushing boundaries, seeking innovative solutions to complex problems and experiencing and offering the grace, peace and truth of Christ in our society and the world.
Church of Christ-based ministry brings restoration with the help of two Lipscomb alums
Thomas Snow and Reisha Kidd draw on life struggles and college experiences to benefit those served by Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry
Overflowing with living water
Healing Hands International was born on the Lipscomb campus just over 30 years ago, and has grown into a worldwide force for good.
Bisons graze at top-notch eateries
You can pull up to the table at restaurants run by Lipscomb Bisons across the South
Students are our why
Lipscomb’s Doctorate of Education graduates bring strategic leadership skills and genuine caring to thousands of students through local education’s top positions.
Keeping her eye on the horizon
Alumna Traci Holton ensures clear skies for Nashville’s international airport as chief engineer of $2.8 billion in expansion improvements through 2028.
Be A Light Tour continues with Shining Light Awards presented to those living their faith in action
Local alumni, prospective students, donors and friends join Lipscomb staff for a gathering of the Bison herd in four cities this fall.
Alumnus Scott Guthrie will serve as physician-in-residence in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Guthrie’s first engagement was this summer when a Lipscomb Ward Research Fellow was selected for the global health trip he led in India.
Alumna describes in memoir how God used Lipscomb to heal her ‘Fractured Life’
Profits donated to the Fanning-McInteer Fund, providing scholarships for youth who have lost at least one parent.
A Haven for the Homeless
Nashville’s needy can take refuge in nature thanks to the work of environmental sciences graduate Cecelie Eiler.
Kinesiology alum builds huge following as Peloton instructor
Chase Tucker creates his virtual fitness classes to build community and make participants feel loved