Samford’s Ruric E. Wheeler Dies at Age 92
Longtime Samford University professor and administrator Ruric E. Wheeler died July 26, 2016.
Samford Arts Announces 2016–17 Davis Architects Guest Artist Series
Samford Arts continues the tradition of bringing inspiring talent to the Samford campus through the generosity of Davis Architects.
Samford’s Nursing School Receives Grant to Prepare Family Nurse Practitioners Committed to Practicing in Underserved Areas
Samford University’s Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing has received $350,000 to provide tuition assistance for family nurse practitioner students committed to serving patients in rural or underserved areas.
Erin Georgia Brings Impressive Achievements to Samford
Erin Georgia will enroll at Samford University this fall with a string of accomplishments to her credit.
Herrera Earns Congressional Hispanic Caucus Internship
Political science major and University Fellows honor student Fernanda Herrera of Ohatchee, Alabama, is taking part in the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), the nation’s premier Hispanic youth leadership development and educational organization.
Internship Takes Mullen To RNC
Samford University history and political science major Kaitlen Mullen of Norcross, Georgia, participated in the Republican National Convention last week through an internship at The Washington Center (TWC).
Samford, Kinneret To Present Archaeology Symposium July 24–25
Samford is collaborating with Kinneret Academic College to host research symposia on Galilean Archaeology: Research, Education, and Religion July 24–25 this year and again in December 2017.