Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Kimberly Chaudoin, Assistant Vice President Public Relations and Communications with Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, who highlights the history and variety of academic programs offered from undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees, including their newest PhD in archaeology. During the interview, Chaudoin shares some of the things that make the experience at Lipscomb University unique and valuable, including their focus on service in the community with some inspiring examples. She also discusses some of the pivots during the pandemic, how the school and students have stepped up and responded in a very positive way, how it will make the university stronger moving forward, and much more.
- Lipscomb offers a variety of academic programs from undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees. We try to develop degree programs that help fill community workforce needs when creating new programs. Our newest is a PhD in archaeology
- Lipscomb views the city as its campus and the world as its classroom – meaning learning doesn’t just happen in the walls of a traditional classroom
- How Lipscomb has navigated COVID