First-Year Student Moore Receives National Scholarship to Aid Dream of Combating Racial Injustice
Malik Moore, a member of Cumberland School of Law’s class of 2025, was selected as a member of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund’s Inc (LDF) Marshall-Motley Scholars Program (MMSP).
Author Charles Martin Talks About His Journey to Becoming a Writer and the Meaning of Success
In April, New York Times bestselling author Charles Martin spoke at Samford as the keynote speaker for the Tom and Marla Corts Distinguished Author Series.
A Passion for Food
As the family watched Beat Bobby Flay one afternoon, James Briscione ’01 strategized with wife Brooke Parkhurst, daughter Parker, 13, and son August, 6, only a few days before the chef would leave to compete on the Food Network culinary show.
Samford Hosts 2022 Baptist World Alliance Annual Gathering
From July 10-15, Samford University hosted Baptists from around the world as they gathered for the annual Baptist World Alliance meeting.
Marketing and Communication Receives Multiple National Awards During 2021-2022
The awards highlighted work from the Marketing and Communication team and its colleagues in Samford’s various schools.
Samford Students, Employees Volunteer at The World Games
Dozens of students and employees are volunteering during The World Games in Birmingham, which begins on July 7.
Samford’s Professional Studies Program Helps Former Students Earn College Degrees
The Professional Studies program provides contemporary students a way to earn their degree in a flexible online environment.
Six U.S. Air Force ROTC Cadets Commissioned During Annual Ceremony
The ceremony was held in Reid Chapel on May 9.
Samford Celebrates Juneteenth
Juneteenth, celebrated annually in the United States on June 19, is the oldest commemoration of the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. Officially recognized as a federal holiday in 2021, Samford University celebrates its significance in our nation’s history.
Samford Announces Recipients of 2022 Alumni Awards
The honorees will be celebrated during Homecoming weekend, which will take place Nov. 4-5.
Research by Cumberland School of Law Student and Recent Graduates to Be Published by National Legal Sources
Recently, a rising third-year student and two members of the class of 2022, were selected to have their work published by some of the nation’s top recognized legal sources and each attributed their success to the support of the law school’s faculty and staff.
97% of December 2021 Samford Graduates Employed or in Graduate School
As of June 6, of the December 2021 graduates, 73% were employed and 24% were enrolled in graduate school.
Samford Adds Beta Theta Pi as Newest Fraternity
Beta Theta Pi will join Samford’s Interfraternity Council this fall.
Samford Announces State-of-the-Art Campus Recreation Complex
The $65 million recreation complex is the largest capital project in the university’s history and includes new spaces for mental wellness and physical health resources.
Samford to Host 2022 Diversity Forum
Join us in this opportunity to learn and network with other P-12 and higher education professionals to share ideas regarding diversity in education
Samford Announces $100 Million Gift
The $100 million gift, funded by the estate of Marvin Mann ’54, is the largest gift given to the university by a single donor and the largest single gift ever made to a higher education institution in the state of Alabama.
Cumberland School of Law Granted ABA Accreditation Extension
The Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association (ABA) has officially announced reaccreditation for Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law.
School of Health Professions Honors Faculty with Annual Awards
Prior to the end of the spring semester, Samford University’s School of Health Professions announced its faculty and staff annual award recipients.