Samford Rallies Together to Meet Needs and Bring Back the Bulldogs
Samford employees led the charge to support the Forever Samford- Meeting Student Needs campaign, an effort designed to respond to the most pressing needs of Samford students through the Student Emergency Assistance Fund, need-based scholarships, along with spiritual and emotional care.
Composer and Alumnus Brian Raphael Nabors Sees Continued Success Despite COVID-19
Samford alumnus and composer Brian Raphael Nabors enjoys "whirlwind of momentum" in his career and continues to pursue a variety of projects and opportunities.
Sherrill Endows Scholarship Focused on Community Pharmacy Ownership
Earlier this year, pharmacy alumna Fran Sherrill '78 endowed a scholarship that in many ways is a reflection of her own story and legacy, supporting students who have an interest in community pharmacy ownership.
Gunnoe, Wilson Recognized as Veterans of Influence
Samford University Air Force ROTC Recruiting Flight Commander Lacy J. A. Gunnoe and Assistant Vice President for University Advancement Doug Wilson have been recognized as 2018 Veterans of Influence by the Birmingham Business Journal.
Education Alumna Funds Scholarship for Math and Science Educators
Education alumna Pamela Yau Smith and her husband Bill have established The Bill and Pam Smith Family Foundation scholarship for students pursuing a career in elementary education, with preference given to those who are passionate about teaching mathematics and science.
2018 Learning for Life Recipients Selected
During its centennial year, Samford University’s Orlean Beeson School of Education established the Learning for Life award to honor graduates who have excelled in their career or made a significant impact in the lives of others. This year, the school is adding fourteen deserving school of education alumni to the list of prestigious Learning for Life recipients.
Samford Hosts AHIF Therapy Camp for Traumatic Brain Injury Patients and Caregivers
With the help of 57 graduate students in Samford University’s School of Health Professions and School of Public Health along with professionals in the community, patients and their caregivers were able to receive additional therapy and support.