Samford Named a Top Producer of Fulbright Students
Samford is one of only 23 masters institutions in the nation included on The Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of Top Producers of Fulbright Scholars and Students, 2016-17.
Happening Now: Reunion Campaigns Support Forever Samford
Graduates of the classes of 1967, 1972, 1987, 1992, 2002, and 2007 are celebrating significant reunions this year as we launch the Forever Samford campaign.
Christian George to Give Preaching Lectures Feb. 28–March 2
Charles Haddon Spurgeon scholar Christian T. George will give the William E. Conger Jr. Preaching Lectures on Biblical Preaching Feb. 28–March 2.
March Lectures Will Address Evolution, Christian Skepticism about Science
Josh Reeves, assistant professor of science and religion at Samford, and Jeff Schloss, T.B. Walker Chair of Natural and Behavioral Sciences and director of the Center for Faith, Ethics and Life Sciences at Westmont College, will present two free public lectures on science and religion.
American Shakespeare Center’s Hungry Hearts Tour Visits Samford University
The Birmingham law firm of Wallace, Jordan, Ratliff and Brandt LLC is sponsoring two productions to be performed at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law as part of the American Shakespeare Center’s Hungry Hearts Tour.
New Pedestrian Bridges Provides Connectivity as Part of Samford’s Campus Master Plan
The new pedestrian bridge, which provides a more direct path from central campus to the front doors of Samford’s new College of Health Sciences facilities, is a part of the university’s updated campus master plan.
Bains Coedits Book on Theologian Philip Schaff
Philip Schaff was a German-educated Swiss scholar who taught at the German Reform Seminary in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, at a time of Catholic and Protestant conflict.