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  • “Lipscomb selects new president”
    • Donnie Cruz (no login)
      Posted Jul 29, 2005 12:04 AM

      Source: The City Paper (July 26, 2005), Nashville, Tennessee

      Lipscomb University has selected a Pepperdine University law professor as its new president. L. Randolph Lowry III, 53, will assume the position Nov. 1. See page 3.

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      Lowry starts Nov. 1

      Lipscomb picks new leader

      By Bill Harless
      bharless@nashvillecitypaper.com

      Lipscomb University has selected a Pepperdine University law professor as its new president. L. Randolph Lowry III, 53, will assume the post Nov. 1.

      He is founder and director of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine, a program that has ranked with Harvard as one of the top dispute resolution programs in the country.

      Lowry replaces Steve Flatt, who left the university in June for a position with Murfreesboro-based National HealthCare Corporation.

      The appointment of Lowry is a departure for the Church of Christ-affiliated school, whose past three presidents each arrived with stronger backgrounds in ministry and religious education.

      A 10-member in-house search committee selected Lowry from a pool of 20 applicants. The school’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday to appoint him.

      Atlanta-based executive search firm Baker, Parker & Associates assisted with the nationwide search.

      Lowry said he will aim to heighten the university’s prestige and said Lipscomb will have to decide whether it wants “to remain a fairly regional school” or to “move beyond that, looking at a broader constituency of students from throughout the country.”

      He said that he wants to grow the school’s undergraduate body—currently about 2,500—to 3,500.

      “As I understand, currently about 70 percent of the students are from our church constituency, and about 30 percent of the students are from other [non-Church of Christ] faith traditions.

      “My sense is that those who do not share our particular heritage can still find an outstanding educational opportunity at Lipscomb, and we want them, if they’re interested in a faith-based education, to consider us.”

      He said he and the board very much intend to keep Lipscomb a religious school.

      Hilton Dean, chair of Lipscomb University’s Board of Trustees, cited Lowry’s achievement of bringing the Straus Institute into national prominence as a primary reason for selecting him president.

      But also, “During the time he [Lowry] has achieved professional prominence and excellence in his chosen field, [he has] also maintained a strong leadership in his Christian faith,” Dean said.

      Lowry has mediated several multi-million dollar civil and public policy disputes and has trained organizations including the Federal Judicial Center, Nike, Lexis-Nexis, State Farm Insurance, and Chevron in dispute resolution. He has served on numerous governmental ethics committees in California and is an annual visiting faculty member at Vermont Law School and City University of Hong Kong.


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