Published on June 12, 2013  

Samford’s Sociology Department presented several student awards at the end of the spring 2013 semester.

Bobbie Armstrong Floyd Scholarships went to students Caroline Cooke, Audrey Puryear and Katherine Thomas.

The department’s Seal and John Howard academic medals Awards went to Karlye Burson and Kayla Marx (Seal) and John Taylor Bell and Elizabeth Findley (John Howard).
 
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