Alumnus Matt Cook is Speaker for Samford’s Annual Auchmuty Lecture
Matt Cook, a 1993 alumnus, will deliver Samford University’s annual Auchmuty Lecture March 7–8.
Coate’s Research of Metabolic Stress Hormones Leads to Discovery
Within Samford University’s Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, faculty are paving the way for students to expand their knowledge of scientific research by connecting what they learn in a textbook with what is taking place in the lab through their own research experience.
Executive Director of Samford’s Experiential Learning and Simulation Center Earns Specialty Certification
Jill Pence, executive director of Samford University’s Experiential Learning and Simulation Center within the College of Health Sciences, recently earned a specialty certification for simulation and health care by passing the exam administered by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
Civil Rights Topic of March 2 Thurgood Marshall Symposium
“The Civil Rights Movement: 50 Years Later” is the topic of the 23rd annual Thurgood Marshall Symposium, hosted by at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law.
Mock Trial Team Earns Regional Honors, Advances to National Competition
The team will compete at the American Mock Trial Association Opening Round Championship Series in March.
Journalism Students Earn Top Honors at Conference
The students earned 12 awards in the Best of the South Collegiate Competition, including three first-place finishes.
Women Take Second Straight SoCon Indoor Track and Field Championship
The Samford Bulldog women’s track and field team won its second straight Southern Conference indoor Championship Feb. 26.