Samford Announces 2018-19 Tuition and Fees
Samford University’s board of trustees has approved the 2018-19 tuition and fee schedule.
Cobia Helps Lead Turnaround Project
In 2014, Samford University’s Orlean Beeson School of Education was selected to participate in a federally funded project, Project Alabama Consortium for Turnaround (PACT). This fall, Jane Cobia, professor of educational leadership and Samford University project liaison, received notice that the project was granted an extension. Total funding exceeds $1.9 million.
Hughes Lays Groundwork for New Education, Pharmacy Partnership
P. J. Hughes, an associate professor in Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy, has a strong belief in the importance of continuous education and professional development. As the director of the school’s continuing professional development program, he aspires to better understand the “insides and outs” of teaching and education based on evidence and research.
Samford Alumnus Eric Motley Shares the Impact of Hope in Community
Nothing, no matter how virtuous, can be accomplished alone; therefore, we are saved by love. We are saved by community.
Alumnus Eric Motley Returns to Campus March 1 as Corts Distinguished Author
Alumnus Eric Motley will return to the Samford University campus March 1 as the 2018 Corts Distinguished Author.
Samford To Graduate Approximately 1,300 in May Ceremonies
Samford University will graduate approximately 1,300 students during seven commencement ceremonies in May.
Education Introduces New Special Education Nontraditional Program
Orlean Beeson School of Education has launched a new fifth-year nontraditional program with special education certification. The M.S.E. in K-12 Collaborative Special Education Fifth-year Nontraditional program is a 36-credit-hour program designed for those who desire to gain the necessary knowledge and understanding to effectively teach, plan and impact the learning of students with disabilities and at-risk for disabilities in the K-12 classroom.