Samford Novice Debaters Reach Final Four Of Season Opener, Varsity Debaters Defeat Harvard
At the first debate tournament of the season hosted by Northwestern University, the Samford Novice Debate Team of Abby Montgomery and Grace Scott went undefeated in the preliminary rounds and advanced to the final four of the tournament.
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.
Samford Hosts Lisa McNair To Share New Book On Birmingham Church Bombing That Killed Her Sister
On Monday, Oct. 3, Lisa McNair will come to Samford to share her story with her new book "Dear Denise: Letters to the Sister I Never Knew" at 3 p.m. in University Center's Harry's Coffeehouse. The book reflects on McNair's life after the 16th Street Church Bombing that killed her sister in a newly-integrated Birmingham.
President Taylor Encourages Students, Employees to Place Hope in God During Opening Convocation Address
Along with Taylor’s address, three employees were recognized for their outstanding service to the university.
Samford Howard College of Arts and Sciences Host Scholar Richard Avramenko Oct. 3
On Monday, Oct. 3, Howard College of Arts and Sciences’ Colloquium on American Citizenship will host Richard Avramenko to discuss Tocqueville, Law, and the High Priests of Democracy at 6:30 p.m. in the Regions Community Resource Room: BSOB 400 at Cooney Hall.
Samford Howard College of Arts and Sciences Host Reading While Black Author Esau McCaulley Oct. 6
Biblical Scholar and Author Esau McCaulley will present at Samford University on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 6:30 p.m. for the 2022 J. Roderick Davis Lecture Series.
HCAS Welcomes New Faculty For The 2022-2023 School Year
On Wednesday, Dean Timothy Hall welcomed some new faces and acknowledged staff that have been promoted during his annual Welcome Back event.
Samford Launches New Neuroscience Degree
Starting this fall, the neuroscience major will be offered through Samford’s Howard College of Arts and Sciences.
Communication and Media Faculty Present Research at National Conference
Assistant Professor Daniel Haun won the Media Management, Economics, and Entrepreneurship Division’s Top Faculty Paper research award at the 105th Annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference.
Samford Students Earn 2022 American Independence Awards for Colonial Period Research
Five Samford students received more than $5,000 for participating in the 2022 American Independence Awards.
Red Cross Club Helps Students Grow by Making a Difference for Others
Serena Simoni, associate professor and director of Samford’s International Relations Program, is helping students learn how to prepare for and respond to emergencies through the Red Cross Club.
Steven Epley Retires After More than 30 Years with Samford
Steven Epley joined the faculty of the English department in 1992. Eply received the Jennings B. Marshall Faculty Service Award in 2015 and the Faculty Research Award from Howard College of Arts and Sciences in 2017.
Victoria Delchamps Retires After 16 Years
Victoria Delchamps joined Samford in 2016, teaching Communication Arts. She served as assistant director of the Communication Resource Center until 2009 when she was named coordinator of academic enrichment. She was promoted to assistant professor in 2016 and joined the English department faculty in 2019.
Dennis Sansom Retires After 34 Years at Samford
Dennis Samson, who most recently served as professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy joined the Samford faculty in 1988. He taught a wide range of classes, but his primary focus was centered around the topic of ethics.
David Johnson Retires After Decades of Service to Samford
David Johnson joined the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences as a full-time faculty member in 2008. His areas of expertise include genetics and molecular biology.
Samford Students, Employees Volunteer at The World Games
Dozens of students and employees are volunteering during The World Games in Birmingham, which begins on July 7.
Communication and Media Students and Faculty Earn National Recognition
Three members of the Samford CAM community were recognized for their work during the National Federation of Press Women’s Professional Communication Contest awards ceremony in Fargo, N.D., on June 25.
Six U.S. Air Force ROTC Cadets Commissioned During Annual Ceremony
The ceremony was held in Reid Chapel on May 9.