"...President Thomas E. Corts, who has led Samford for 22 years, will retire at the end of the 2005-06 academic year, or earlier if a Presidential Search Committee identifies his successor before then. But Dr. Corts, whose tenure has been marked by progress in numerous areas for Samford, won't leave before further placing his imprint on the University he has led since 1983..."
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|Brewer, Grooms Lead Presidential Search Committee
"...Former Alabama Governor and retired law professor Albert Brewer and attorney and trustee H. Hobart Grooms, Jr., of Birmingham will serve as co-chairs of the Samford University Presidential Search Committee that will identify candidates to succeed retiring President Thomas E. Corts. The 18-member committee is comprised of trustees, faculty members, alumni and one former trustee..."
|Timeline of Major Accomplishments During the Presidency of Thomas E. Corts
"...Dr. Thomas E. Corts personally has signed and presented more than 17,000 diplomas to Samford graduates over his 22 years as president..."
|Old Howard 100 Draws Cyclists To Black Belt
"...Cyclists from throughout Alabama and several other states converged on the Perry County town of Marion for the first-ever Old Howard 100 Bike Ride Saturday, April 9 to benefit the Sowing Seeds of Hope initiative in Perry County and celebrate Samford's heritage in the county, where the school was founded as Howard College in 1841..."
|WVSU FM Now Streams Online
"...The smooth jazz format of Samford University radio station WVSU FM 91.1 can now be heard online anywhere in the world. The 500-watt station and al.com have teamed to provide a continuous online stream of WVSU’s broadcast..."
"...Get involved! Samford Alumni can join fellow graduates at a variety of upcoming events, join or start a local Samford Club, or host a New Student Send-Off party..."