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Spark Downtown

Nashville business leader Deborah Watts appointed executive director of Spark Lipscomb is leading the way in serving the community through its innovative Spark locations in Middle Tennessee.

Meeting of the Respect Leads Council

Lipscomb conducts campus climate survey to inform the future Insights on the racial and ethnic climate on campus will be used to equip Lipscomb for the coming years.

Doug Smith in graduation regalia at the December 2015 commencement.

Lipscomb mourns the loss of friend, former board member Doug Smith Doug Smith, former member of the Lipscomb University Board of Trustees and longtime friend of the institution, died June 10 at the age of 83 following a lengthy illness.

Smiling student crosses the stage with diploma

More than 900 students participate in series of four in-person graduation ceremonies One of the most cherished traditions at Lipscomb is commencement. The community celebrated with a series of in-person ceremonies in May.

Mary Nelle Chumley in Beaman Library

Lipscomb treasure Chumley receives CASE Bill Franklin Volunteer of the Year Award Mary Nelle Chumley, whose love and support of Lipscomb University began more than 80 years ago, has been named the recipient of the Bill Franklin Volunteer of the Year Award by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District III.

Volunteers holding master plan for The Village and garden.

From the graduation files: Eiler’s passion for ‘work of humanity’ leads to a haven for those in need Lipscomb students are making an impact on their community through volunteer work and classroom assignments.