The Power of Collective Impact Explored at Mental Health Conference
If we are not addressing the interplay of families, systems and education it will take us a long time to see results because they are all interconnected.
Education’s Human Development and Family Life Education Department Announces New Fast-Track
Samford’s Orlean Beeson School of Education has just announced a new partnership with the Department of Public Health. The new partnership will offer Human Development and Family Life Education students the opportunity to participate in a fast-track Master of Public Health program.
Alumnus Eric Motley to be Featured as Education’s Corts Distinguished Author
Eric Motley, a beloved Samford University alumnus, will be the featured speaker at the eighth annual Tom and Marla Corts Distinguished Author Series March 1.
Dean’s Executive Council Welcomes Students
August 28 Samford University’s campus was teeming with new and returning students eager to reunite with friends, meet professors and find their classes. Education students were welcomed with big smiles and treats from the education school’s Dean’s Executive Council.
Samford Plans First-Ever Emergency Readiness Day Sept. 20
Activities begin at 9 a.m. and continue until 2 p.m. on Ben Brown Plaza and in Sherman Circle.
Tri-City Leadership Academy Allows Three School Districts to Share Vision
Orlean Beeson School of Education is proud to be a partner in the Tri-City Leadership Academy. The academy was established with the goal of building a community that would develop and empower leaders within the local education systems.
Samford Announces Ninth Consecutive Record Enrollment
Samford University continues a growth pattern that began eight years ago and exceeds national norms, setting a fall enrollment record for the ninth consecutive year.