Wright Center Announces 2018-19 Season
The 2018-19 Tonight at the Wright series will feature a dynamic blend of entertainment including famed singers, songwriters and comedians.
Samford Lands 202 on SoCon Academic Honor Roll
The Southern Conference released its academic honor roll for the 2017-18 academic year on July 10, and 202 Samford student-athletes were named to the list.
Samford Economist Studies Connection Between Walmart and Food Insecurity
New research by Art Carden, associate professor in Samford University’s Brock School of Business suggests that proximity to a Walmart Supercenter reduces food insecurity.
Shelley Stewart Endowed Scholarship Will Support Minority Students in Samford's School of Health Professions
Students in Samford’s School of Health Professions will soon benefit from a new minority scholarship established in honor of legendary radio personality, business leader and philanthropist Shelley Stewart.
Preministerial Scholars Program Celebrates Decade of Success
An impressive 94 percent of program alumni are currently in ministry-related graduate programs, Christian ministry positions, or both. They are worship pastors, youth ministers, overseas missionaries, college campus ministers, hospital chaplains and ministry leaders for nonprofit organizations.
Students Explore Philosophical Foundations of U.S. in Summer Program
The Great Ideas Summer Institute is a week-long opportunity for intellectually ambitious high school students to enjoy the energy of a college classroom, engage with ideas that form the essence of the Western intellectual tradition and develop friendships with exceptional high school students from around the country.
Trustees Approve New Program, New Faculty, Summer Graduates
The executive committee of Samford University’s board of trustees approved a new program, new faculty and candidates for summer graduation during their regular mid-summer meeting.