First Fred D. Gray Scholarships for law, justice and society recipients announced
Lipscomb University has announced the first recipients of its newly established Fred D. Gray Scholarship.
ILJS honors the life of one of the most influential civil rights attorneys in U.S. history
More than 250 judges, attorneys, elected officials, college presidents, ministers, faculty, students and friends gathered Saturday evening, Nov. 12, at Nashville’s Frist Center for the Visual Arts to celebrate the naming of Lipscomb University’s Institute for Law, Justice & Society in honor of history-making civil rights attorney Fred D. Gray.
Lipscomb to recognize former MLK attorney Fred D. Gray by naming Institute for Law, Justice & Society in his honor
Lipscomb University officials have announced that they will rename its Institute for Law, Justice & Society in honor of history-making civil rights attorney Fred D. Gray.
Fulbright program leads Nicole Marton back ‘home’
In April, Nicole Marton (’16) was named Lipscomb's most recent Fulbright Scholar. This fall she will travel to Moldova to teach English courses to high school and college students.
LaLonde, mayor’s chief innovation officer, appointed associate dean in College of Leadership & Public Service
Lipscomb University’s new College of Leadership & Public Service has appointed leadership and political expert Kristine LaLonde, chief innovation officer for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, associate dean for innovation and community impact.
Former death row inmate and son highlight forgiveness
Gaile Owens and son Stephen told story of reconcilation at SALT event on campus Thursday.