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Students Help Preserve Historic Valley
"They’ve captured some essence of life in rural Alabama--a life
Founders Trust CEO Feels Privilege and Responsibility of Success
"Just as it's our privilege to receive an education and pursue our dreams,
it's also a privilege to help others succeed--to not only make ourselves
better, but to better our world...."
Reed Named Interim Business Dean
Reed, who was named Alabama Professor of the Year in 1994 and recently
was appointed Margaret Gage Bush University Professor, began teaching at Samford
in 1981 after a successful 15-year career in industry.
New Rankings Recognize Samford Quality
Samford University again ranks as one of the top institutions in the South in
the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings of America's Best Colleges.
Nickel Creek Tickets On Sale
alumni, faculty, staff and students may now purchase tickets for
the Homecoming 2003 concert featuring Grammy Award winning trio