Samford Senior Shares the Gospel Through Writing Cross-cultural Curriculum
Lawson Cribb is interning this semester at WinShape Camps International where she is writing curriculum for the organization’s international camps that will be held next summer in Brazil and Costa Rica.
Distinguished Alumni Honored on National Philanthropy Day
William J. “Bill” and Kimeran Stevens ’70 were honored by Samford University at the annual Association of Fundraising Professionals luncheon on November 10 at Birmingham’s Harbert Center. The luncheon, held in conjunction with National Philanthropy Day, honored individuals who have made an impact in their communities through their philanthropic efforts.
Thornton Paper Published in Top International Business Journal
Jeremy Thornton, associate dean and professor of economics in Brock School of Business, has had new research published by the Academy of Management Review--the #3 journal in the management category and the #4 journal in the business category of all scientific journals worldwide.
Samford Sustainability Hosts Tree-Planting in Homewood
On Saturday, Nov. 12, Samford students, faculty and staff participated in the eighth annual Green Skies Native Tree Planting, during which 200 native tree seedlings were planted along the Shades Creek Greenway in Homewood.
97% of May 2022 Graduates Employed or Continuing Graduate Study
Samford University graduates continue to demonstrate post-commencement preparedness at the highest level. Six months after graduation, 97% of May 2022 graduates are either employed, continuing their education in graduate school or working in post-graduation internships.
Samford Celebrates Veterans Day, Unveils New Military Challenge Coins
Samford University hosted a special Veterans Day celebration on campus today, honoring veterans of the U.S. Military for their service.
Cumberland School of Law Hosts Oral Arguments of the State of Alabama’s Highest Courts
On Thursday, Nov. 10, Cumberland School of Law and the Birmingham Bar Foundation partnered to host oral arguments of the Supreme Court of Alabama and the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals.
Christian Education and Missions Students Provide Learning Resources for Unless U
Students majoring in Christian education and missions partnered this semester with Unless U, a nonprofit organization that serves adults with development disabilities through providing continuing education, job training, life skills and social skills.
Celebrating Homecoming 2022
The Samford family returned to campus for the university’s annual Homecoming celebration Nov. 4-5.
Samford Welcomes Kappa Delta as Newest Sorority
Samford University’s Panhellenic Council has selected Kappa Delta to reestablish its Delta Theta Chapter on campus in fall 2023.
Samford Launches Race, Ethnicity and Social Justice Minor
2020 was a year of civil unrest. The murder of George Floyd sparked outrage across the country, inspiring many people and institutions to reflect on how they could be better allies in the fight against racism.
Samford University Pays Homage To First-Generation College Students
“There is something special about being first,” said Bridget Rose. “Being a first-generation college student is special too.”
Samford University Alumni Ted and Kelly Alling Bring Equal Opportunity to the Field of Education
Ted and Kelly Alling founded Chattanooga Preparatory School to provide educational opportunities for young men impacted by poverty and education inequity.
Samford University’s Global Engagement Office to Host International Education Week
Samford University’s Global Engagement Office will celebrate International Education Week during the week of Nov. 14 through Nov. 18. The office will host a variety of events in partnership with several student organizations and campus groups.
Samford Observes Native American Heritage Month
November is Native American Heritage Month and Samford University will be paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans during this time.
Staff Advisory Council Selects First Cycle Nominees for the Bill Nunnelley Award
Each year, the Bill Nunnelley Award is presented to the staff member whose work regularly and consistently exceeds expectations and reflects a high level of service, trustworthiness and respect.
Orlean Beeson School of Education to Host An Evening With Tim Tebow
The Tom and Marla Corts Distinguished Author Series in partnership with the Percy Cook Ratliff Lecture Series presents An Evening with Tim Tebow on March 14, 2023.
School of Education Students Present Research Proposals at the SoCon Undergraduate Research Forum
Eight undergraduate students in Orlean Beeson School of Education presented their research proposals at the SoCon Undergraduate Research Forum (SURF) at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina Oct. 14-15.