Hernandez changing the world, inspiring others one car ride at a time
In fall 2020, Hernandez (’16) launched Earth Rides, a ride-share company that is unique in that it uses all-electric vehicles.
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.
VeggieTales creator brings his Big Idea experience to today’s film students
Mike Nawrocki (’19), the voice of Larry the Cucumber, guides students in courses and on his latest animated series ‘Dead Sea Squirrels’
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.
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