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Orlean Beeson School of Education Utilizes Technology for More Than Online Learning
Orlean Beeson School of Education faculty are connecting with students in new ways as the university has transitioned to online instruction for the remainder of the semester. In addition to providing online assignments, Education Learning Commons and Technology Coordinator Amanda Stone and adjunct professor Dana Joyner have expanded the student experience to meet students’ needs beyond the classroom. 
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Alumna Achieves Global Impact with Faith-Guided Approach to Business
For Jennifer Dunkin Jackson ’89, faith and work are inseparable. This Atlanta-based entrepreneur believes business and ministry can be aligned for God’s glory. She says she was first introduced to that concept at Samford. 
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Samford’s Online Programs Nationally Ranked by U.S. News & World Report
The latest U.S. News & World Report rankings recognize multiple Samford programs among the top online programs in the country based on a variety of factors, including reputation, faculty credentials, student engagement and selectivity.  
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Christian Says Samford Shaped Her Beliefs as an Educator
Orlean Beeson School of Education alumna, Christy Christian, was named principal of Crestline Elementary this year and credits Samford for shaping her beliefs as an educator.  
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97 Percent of May 2019 Samford Graduates Employed or in Graduate School
Samford University graduates continue to enter the workforce quickly and successfully. Six months after graduation, 97 percent of May 2019 graduates reported being either employed or continuing their education in graduate school. 
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Davis Offers Lessons of Family, Failure to Inspire Graduates
Davis told graduates the story of her great grandmother, the matriarch of her Lebanese immigrant family and known to all generations as Mama. She and her family left Lebanon on the promise of great opportunities and the hope of religious freedom, Davis said, fully invested in the Apostle Mark’s assurance that everything is possible for one who believes. 
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Patti Callahan Henry to Deliver the Corts Distinguished Lecture
Samford University’s Orlean Beeson School of Education will host New York Times best-selling author Patti Callahan Henry for the 10th annual Tom and Marla Corts Distinguished Author Series on March 31.