Bridging the classroom culture gap
First five graduates of Pionero program increase teacher diversity in Nashville schools
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
Johnson named 2020 NBJ Woman of Influence
Natasha Johnson is leading the way through her impact in the classroom and on the community.
Arts faculty leads the way in sewing masks
Lipscomb costume designer June Kingsbury lauded by local press for organizing almost 1,000 volunteers.
Business student sees opportunity during quarantine to help the people of Rwanda
Freshman Aidan Miller pivots his Kwizera coffee brand to raise money for food packages for Rwanda families.
Lipscomb nursing grad won't let fear hold her back in the new COVID world
Abbey Ward faces a greatly changed health care system without fear, prepared to work in the Vanderbilt emergency room.
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.