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Political Science Alumnus on a Mission to Meet Every Mayor in His State
Mitchell Whitley '21 is on a mission to meet every mayor in his home state of North Carolina. Since starting this project two years ago, he's visited 215 out of 521 cities to show townspeople in every single community that their voice matters.  
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Biology Alumna Receives National Science Foundation Research Fellowship
Biological and Environmental Sciences alumna Megan Elliott '21 was recently selected to receive a 2023 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
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Biochemistry and Spanish Alumna Succeeds in Medical School Following Stint in Faculty-Guided Research Program
Biochemistry and Spanish alumna Hanah Walker '22 graduated from Samford feeling confident that the skills she gained in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s faculty-guided research program helped prepare her for a career in medicine.
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Chemistry and Math Alumnus One Step Closer to Dream Thanks to Faculty-Guided Research Program
Robert Houston Givhan '22 is one step closer to his dream and he owes it all to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s faculty-guided research program.
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Chemistry and Biochemistry Alumna Credits Faculty-Guided Research Program for Her Success 
Sydney Bottcher '22 credits the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s faculty-guided research program for playing an integral role in her success.  
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Samford Alumnus Creates One-of-a-Kind Pacifier to Prevent Dental Malocclusion
One Samford University alumnus is on a mission to save millions of children from having to go to the dentist with major teeth problems.
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Samford Student Pursues Calling to Serve His Country by Interning at the U.S. Secret Service
With a passion to serve and protect his country, Senior International Relations and Spanish Double Major Burton Reed, '23, is interning for the U.S. Secret Service's National Computer Forensics Institute this year.