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Now Accepting Applications for Inaugural Diversity Faculty Fellowship
The Office of Diversity and Intercultural Initiatives is pleased to announce the Diversity Faculty Fellowship and is accepting applications for its inaugural fellow for the 2022-2023 Academic Year.
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Impacting Future Leaders: A Conversation with James Jefferson
Samford University’s IMPACT program led by the Office of Diversity and Intercultural Initiatives promotes a successful social and academic experience to underrepresented groups on campus.
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Robin D. Snyder Endows Fund in Support of Ragland Scholars Program for Samford Multicultural Students
The Robin D. Snyder Endowed Fund in support of the Ragland Scholars was established in December 2021 with gifts totaling $25,000 from Robin Snyder, a former professor in Samford University’s Art Department who served the university for 32 years.
 
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Samford Appoints Tyshawn Gardner to Lead Preministerial Scholars Program
Gardner currently serves as the senior pastor of the Plum Grove Baptist Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, as the vice president for student affairs at Stillman College, and as adjunct faculty at the University of Alabama and at Samford's Beeson Divinity School.
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Samford Celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Month 2022
Samford University will hold a special Asian American Pacific Islander emphasis week, April 11-15, so the entire community can join in the celebration before summer break.
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Samford Celebrates Lead with Love Week 2022
Samford University’s Office of Diversity and Intercultural Initiatives will host Lead with Love Week, April 4-8, 2022.
 
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Department of Teacher Education Hosts Urban Education Seminar
Orlean Beeson School of Education recently hosted an Urban Education Seminar for teacher candidates serving in urban placements this spring.
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Samford Plans to Celebrate Women's History Month
The month of March is dedicated to celebrating women’s contributions to history, culture and society.
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Mississippi Mass Choir to Perform Free Concert at Samford
The world-renowned ensemble will perform in the Leslie S. Wright Center on March 20.
 
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Haun Named a 2022 Leader in Diversity by BBJ
Courtney Haun, an assistant professor in Samford's School of Public Health, was honored as one of Birmingham Business Journal’s 2022 Leaders in Diversity award winners.
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Samford University Dedicates Racial Reconciliation Memorial
Memorial Honors African Americans Who Built and Sustain the University’s Mission and Affirms the University’s Commitment to Reconciliation
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Samford Celebrates Black History Month 2022
Throughout the month of February, Samford University will celebrate Black history and culture during its recognition of Black History Month 2022. A variety of events will honor the contributions of African Americans to our campus community and our society.
 
 

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