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Your Workout Playlist Can Impact Your Strength Training, Samford Kinesiology Research Finds
For most athletes, music is a necessity for a motivating workout session. While most gyms and workout classes provide overhead music, research now shows working out to your own playlist might yield better results. In a recent study, Samford kinesiology researchers examined the effects of listening to preferred versus nonpreferred music during resistance exercise.  
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George Urges Graduates to Cherish the Values of a ‘Life Fit for Eternity’
Samford University awarded 264 degrees during its winter commencement Saturday, Dec. 15. 
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School of Health Professions Mission Trip to Haiti Teaches the Joy of Serving
This summer, a group of eight graduate students in Samford University’s Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology program in the School of Health Professions traveled to Gonaives, Haiti for a mission trip. 
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Graduate Student Nicole Klaubert Named Inaugural Recipient of Dr. Margaret L. Johnson Endowed Scholarship
Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology student Nicole Klaubert was named the inaugural recipient of the Dr. Margaret L. Johnson endowed scholarship. Klaubert is a 2018 graduate from Samford University and is now in her first year of graduate school in Samford’s School of Health Professions. 
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Samford’s Experiential Learning and Simulation Center Earns Provisional Accreditation
Samford University’s Experiential Learning and Simulation Center in the College of Health Sciences is on track to become the second fully accredited simulation center in Alabama after receiving provisional accreditation from the Society of Simulation in Healthcare this month. 
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Acute Care Simulation Builds Students’ Interprofessional Health Care Skills
College of Health Sciences held its annual Acute Care Simulation, a large-scale event designed to build students’ knowledge and skills to not only care for their patients but to also work together as an interprofessional health care team. Over the course of two days, roughly 250 students, representing programs in each of the college’s four schools, participated.  
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School of Health Professions Commemorates Students' Commitment to Calling in Ceremony
Samford University’s School of Health Professions commemorated its Commitment to Calling Ceremony on September 12 in Brock Recital Hall. Sixty-seven graduate and undergraduate student candidates answered their calling to serve others during the event.