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.
Lipscomb lifer searches for ‘more of the story’ in her own campus lab
Crouch’s inquisitive nature was crafted almost entirely by Lipscomb teachers, professors and mentors.
Tennessee’s captains in a storm of crisis
Lipscomb alumni Lisa Piercey and Mark Ezell are leading the state’s pandemic response in public health and economic recovery
Alumnus physician leads emergency care at Sumner Regional
Dr. James Parnell works to bring more hope than fear to his staff during pandemic
Alumna Clydetta Fulmer sculpts iconic Rosa Parks statue
Clydetta Fulmer (’70) created a life-size, bronze statue to commemorate Montgomery’s bicentennial celebration
Never running on empty
Exercise science alumna known for her ultra running wins and positive life view
Mixing up Tennessee's culinary scene
Alumnus Drew McDonald is at the helm of his own restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee, that is considered one of the earliest purveyors of locally based cuisine in the city.
Cracking the code to escape room success
Alumnus James Murrell established pioneering U.S. escape room company just miles from his alma mater.
Sims follows dream of med school with strong foundation of Lipscomb education
As Deion Sims enters medical school this fall at the University of Washington in Seattle, his undergraduate degree from Lipscomb University has prepared him to pursue his dream of becoming a doctor and to lead in the classroom and among his colleagues.
Paving the way for women
Michaela Kirk traded high fashion for a hard hat to put her engineering degree to work in health care construction
The hands and feet of the Lord
Commitment and friendship result in a Bible degree for one student and an honorary degree for another