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New Partnership Empowers Samford Education Students to Have Difficult Conversations
For the past year, 10 senior teacher education students have actively participated in a new partnership, which culminated in the presentation of their project, “Difficult Conversations,” at the conclusion of the spring semester.
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"The Dream Deferred" Art Exhibition Unveiled on Campus
Geoff Sciacca, associate professor in Samford University’s School of the Arts, has recently coordinated the installment of a unique and original art exhibit that is currently on display on the third floor of Dwight Beeson Hall. Creativity and a call-to-action come alive in this colorful collection of works from more than 40 diverse artists across the United States and Puerto Rico.
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A Decade of Impact: the Samford Black Alumni Association
The Samford Black Alumni Association (SBAA) celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. On April 10, the group held its annual African American Alumni and Friends luncheon to commemorate this milestone.
 
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SamfordGlobal Brings the World to Campus
As the spring semester comes to a close, SamfordGlobal is gearing up to serve another cohort of students planning to continue their studies abroad. What better way to encourage students to study abroad than by bringing a taste of the world closer to home?
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Samford Celebrates Women’s History Month
March is Women’s History Month, commemorating the contributions of women to United States history.
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The Legacy of Samford’s Ladies: Women’s History in the Archives
The university has watched the history of women in Alabama unfold from the ratification of the 19th Amendment, civil rights, shifting workplace dynamics, notable missionaries, authors, government leaders, and much more.
 
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Staying Rooted: Physical Therapy and the Cincinnati Reds
As a physical therapy alumnus, Eric Gonzalez's journey from Samford to his current role as the director of rehabilitation for the Cincinnati Reds epitomizes the transformative power of mentorship and aspiration.
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Nationally Recognized Voting Rights Attorney, Khanna, Addresses 30th Annual Thurgood Marshall Symposium
The 30th annual Thurgood Marshall Symposium focused on voting rights in Alabama and a recent United States Supreme Court ruling regarding Alabama's congressional district map. Abha Khanna, a nationally recognized voting rights attorney based in Seattle, Washington, served as the symposium’s keynote speaker.
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Meet De'Janae Tookes, the Office of Student Success and Diversity’s Newest Member
Meet De'Janae Tookes, assistant director of multicultural initiatives and events in the Office of Student Success and Diversity (OSSD).
 
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Samford PA Student Initiates Inclusive Health Care Technology in the Classroom
A physician assistant studies student has spearheaded a groundbreaking advancement in health care education at Samford University by adopting a stethoscope that connects to her cochlear implant via Bluetooth.
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Celebrating Black History Month at Samford
February is Black History Month and Samford University plans to mark the occasion with several events for students, faculty and community members to enjoy.
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Students Ready to Serve at Civil Rights Landmark
Samford University’s Office of Community Engagement has a special invitation for students who want to spend the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday serving others – give back to the community while preserving history.
 
 

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