Students Host Psych Week for Campus, Community
As a part of a senior capstone course, 14 Samford University psychology majors and professor Amanda Howard planned and carried out Psych Week across Samford's campus and in the local community April 9-13.
Samford Announces Speakers, Schedule for Spring Commencement Activities
Samford University has announced speakers for its seven commencement ceremonies in May. Approximately 1,265 students will graduate.
Samford Student Organizations, Leaders Recognized at Annual Awards Event
Four student organizations were honored April 4 at Samford University’s fourth annual Student Organization Awards.
International Scholar Roy Ciampa Named Chair of Samford University’s Department of Religion
Internationally-recognized biblical scholar Roy E. Ciampa has been named chair of Samford University’s Department of Religion and S. Louis and Ann W. Armstrong Professor of Religion.
Biologist Warns of Health Effects of Common Herbicide
Describing himself as feeling not like a prominent scientist but “just a little boy who likes frogs,” Hayes led his audience through his childhood exploration of the forest behind his grandmother’s South Carolina home, his research on amphibians at Harvard and in Africa, and the distinguished scholarly career that some have viewed more as a threat than an inspiration.
Samford Faculty Invest Time to Make Lectures More Dynamic
Todd Zakrajsek, a noted clinical psychologist from the University of North Carolina and expert on dynamic lecturing, joined Samford faculty member Eric Fournier recently in presenting a faculty development workshop for Samford faculty.
Free Public Event Will Highlight Psychology Careers, Research April 13
The event will explore what psychologists have discovered about brain, mind and behavior, from basic research to therapeutic applications.