Emily Medlock is an Associate Professor in the College of Education. She works with teacher candidates and facilitates undergraduate coursework in Clinical Practice II and Math Methods. Medlock works with the Ayers Institute and Lipscomb Academy as an instructional coach. Additionally, she has presented at the local, state, and national level on mathematics instruction, technology integration in the math classroom, and effective instructional strategies.
Medlock is a graduate of Lipscomb University and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education in 1996 and a Master of Education Degree in Administration and Supervision in 2001. As a member of the inaugural cohort, she completed her Doctorate in Education in Learning Organizations and Strategic Change at Lipscomb University in 2012.
Medlock came to Lipscomb with 13 years of experience as a middle school math teacher. Her teaching career began at McMurray Middle School in the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools district, where she taught 8th grade pre-algebra and Algebra I for seven years. Medlock later joined the W.H. Oliver Middle School faculty when it opened in 2004. During her six years at Oliver, she taught 7th and 8th grade Mathematics, Algebra I, and Geometry.
Medlock resides in Nolensville, Tenn. where she lives with her husband Mike and two children Max and Maeleigh.