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Samford Reaches New Heights During COVID-19 Pandemic
It has been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way people live, work and learn. During that time, Samford has undertaken extensive planning and innovative approaches in response to the global crisis.
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Samford Community Provides Care Packages to Students in Isolation and Quarantine
In a year when students were asked to isolate or quarantine, the Samford community, including volunteers and groups on campus, worked to ensure students did not feel alone.
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Donors’ Support Provides Emergency Assistance During Pandemic
As students experienced difficult physical, emotional or financial circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Samford community asked what could be done to support them, and the results were something big.
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Nursing Alumna Raises Funds for Adopting Families During Pandemic
For alumna Kelly Preston ’96, ’00, the challenges intensified by COVID-19 underscored the need to support families in the process of adopting more than ever.
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Samford Alumna Serves as Jefferson County Memorial Project Fellow
Joyeuse Senga ‘20 always knew she was called to serve her community, but one experience at Samford was essential in helping her discover the importance of community engagement, education and social movements— The Jefferson County Memorial Project fellowship.
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Orlean Beeson School of Education Reaches Students in North Alabama through Partnership with Madison County Schools
Now in its 14th year, Samford University’s Orlean Beeson School of Education’s partnership with Madison County Schools in north Alabama is continuing to make a Samford education accessible to more graduate students through the Department of Educational Leadership. 
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Samford to Partner with Local Community Entities to Present Birmingham King Week 2021
Samford University’s Office of Diversity and Intercultural Initiatives will partner with Birmingham community entities to present Birmingham King Week 2021.
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Walker Shares the Power in Seeking Help During ‘For the Good’ Interview
University President Andrew Westmoreland interviewed Cecelia Walker ‘98, the executive director of chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education for the Brookwood Baptist Health System, as part of the “For the Good” convocation series, sponsored through the Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership.
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Woodfin Challenges Students to Seek Wise Counsel During 'For the Good' Interview
University President Andrew Westmoreland interviews Birmingham Mayor and Cumberland School of Law alumnus Randall Woodfin as part of the “For the Good” convocation series, sponsored through the Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership.