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|Partnership Will Send Education
Faculty to Jordan
"...In the three decades since its founding, the Baptist School of Amman has become one of the best schools in Jordan. Its 100 teachers serve 1,200 K-12 students, 95 percent of whom will go on to college in Jordan or abroad..."
|Law Symposium Will Focus On International Adoption
"...The symposium will take advantage of the gathered expertise to explore the question of how international adoption can be reformed to ensure respect for the rights and dignity of birth families, children and adoptive families..."
|Earth Day 2005 Activities Open to Public
"...Samford's 2005 Earth Day celebrations begin April 18, conclude April 21 and feature a variety of activities, including special lectures by Stephanie Paulsell, associate dean of Harvard Divinity School; Peter Illyn, founder of Restoring Eden: Christians for Environmental Stewardship; and Alabama naturalist Doug Phillips..."
|Samford Newsletter Offers Finance, Estate
"...Samford's Gift Planning office now offers a weekly e-mail newsletter featuring up-to-date information and ideas on managing personal finances and estate plans..."