Samford Professor Simoni To Serve as Visiting Scholar at Barcelona Institute for International Studies
Simoni specializes in international relations, international security, transatlantic relations, international organization and foreign policy. In addition to her teaching and scholarship, Simoni has worked with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and the Italian Department of State.
Hidden Gems: Hudnall Library
Completed in 1993, Hudnall Library increased Samford's library capacity by 50 percent and greatly improved the aesthetics of the building.
What’s in a Name? Brock Scholar Brock Fogle Says “A Lot” When It Comes to Opportunities
A person’s name can say a lot about them, a sentiment especially true for senior Brock Fogle.
Social Work Alumna Launched Trauma and Grief Response Program with Hand in Paw
During her yearlong internship with Hand in Paw, Rebeccah Carroll wrote, trained and implemented a new program involving assisted animal therapy during times of trauma and grief.
Samford’s 2017 Big Give Equals Huge Success
Samford University’s fifth annual Big Give, a social media–driven crowdfunding campaign, generated more donors than ever, raising more than $60,000.
History Professor Reynolds Publishes Book on Racial Conditioning in the South
‘Maintaining Segregation: Children and Racial Instruction in the South, 1920–1955’ explores how black and white children in the early twentieth-century South learned about segregation in their homes, schools and churches.
PUPN Highlights Samford’s Sustainability Initiatives
‘Private University News and Products’ recently highlighted Samford University’s new campus master plan and sustainability initiatives.