Samford Historian Writes New Book on Jim Crow Injustice
The book explores the long ordeal of Caliph Washington, a black man unjustly convicted of the 1957 murder of police officer James “Cowboy” Clark amidst the reflexive racism of the "Jim Crow" era in Alabama
Ceremony Honors Samford Undergraduate Nursing Students
Samford University’s Ida Moffett School of Nursing held its annual spring award ceremony April 20.
Popular Christian Author Os Guinness Speaks to Beeson Divinity School Community
A covenantal society is all about relationships, popular author Os Guinness said in a recent presentation at Samford University.
HEAL Conference Explores Pain Management and Opioid Abuse; Awards Two Pellegrino Medals
HEAL’s recent annual conference was designed to encourage dialogue about the ethical framework for ensuring effective pain management for those in need.
Samford’s Earth Day Celebration Highlights Sustainability Initiatives
Samford upheld its commitment to sustainability is through the celebration of Earth Day April 20.
Carroll Receives Brewer-Torbert Award from Alabama Appleseed
John L. Carroll, law professor and former dean of Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, has been named the 2017 recipient of the Brewer-Torbert Public Service Award by the Alabama Appleseed Center for Law and Justice.
Alabama Politics Reporter Lyman To Speak at Samford May 1
Brian Lyman has reported for almost a decade and was named one of the best statehouse reporters in the United States by The Washington Post in 2014.