Samford To Host Symposium on King, Race and America’s Future April 16-17
The inaugural Samford Stockham Symposium on Western Ideas and Institutions will present a plenary address by 16th Street Baptist Church pastor Arthur Price and panel discussions featuring Samford faculty and distinguished guests from Birmingham-area institutions
Sozo Children’s Choir to Perform April 5 at Samford
The Sozo Choir shares the story of these remarkable children along with a celebration of their Ugandan heritage with traditional instruments and music.
Samford’s National Reputation Affirmed by 2019 U.S. News and World Report Graduate Rankings
Samford University graduate programs in business, education, law and nursing received national recognition in the 2019 U. S. News & World Report graduate rankings.
U.S. Senator Doug Jones, Cumberland Law Alumnus, to Headline Inaugural Advocacy Benefit
Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law will hold their inaugural Advocacy Benefit on Friday, April 6.
Samford Alumni Association Announces April Events in Birmingham, Montgomery, Nashville
Samford University alumni and friends in have the opportunity to visit with fellow alumni at events in April sponsored by the Samford Alumni Association.
Samford Health Professions Professor Publishes Communication Sciences and Disorders Textbook
The book is distinctive among other communication sciences and disorders textbooks by its comprehensive nature.
Samford Professor Presents The News Untold About Appalachia
Journalism professor Clay Carey wanted to see how the media can provide a voice to different groups of people, particularly what kind of coverage local newspapers in high-poverty, rural Appalachia communities offered their readers about poverty.