Grant Will Support New Course on The United States In the World
The Stanton Foundation has awarded History Department chair Jonathan Den Hartog a $42,200 grant to develop a new course that will explore how the United States has made decisions to operate in the wider world.
Ida Moffett School of Nursing Welcomes Inaugural Class of Nurse Practitioner Residents
Ida Moffett School of Nursing welcomed the inaugural cohort of ten nurse practitioner residents. Ida Moffett School of Nursing received a $3.5 million nurse practitioner resident grant to launch the school’s first residency program and place family nurse practitioner graduates in rural, underserved areas for primary care residency.
Health Professions Students Serve in Ecuador
Health Professions students traveled to Ecuador for an interprofessional medical mission trip. Although they had prepared for months, they could not have fathomed what God had in store.
Student & Faculty Collaborate on Diabetes Research
Research is an important component of Samford's nutrition and dietetics major, and while students often engage in their own projects, they also have the opportunity to support the ongoing research conducted by faculty, as is the story with professor Suresh Mathews and alumnus Callie Nickels '18.
A Pathway to Pharmacy
Samford's prepharmacy curriculum equips students with a foundational experience for a successful transition into McWhorter School of Pharmacy's Doctor of Pharmacy program. It also offers a vibrant student life.
ABA Employment Report for Cumberland’s Class of 2019 Reveals Record-breaking Statistics
The official Alabama Bar Association employment report for Cumberland’s class of 2019 has been released. Overall, the employment rate for the class reveals a record-breaking statistic of 87.21%, a 4% increase over the previous year and the second-highest class employment rate ever.
Game Design and 3D Animation Program Now Part of Division of Art and Design
Samford's Division of Art and Design offers new technology-rich program in game design and 3D animation.
Birmingham Physician Receives Samford M.B.A., Praises Quality Experience
In order to become a leader in the healthcare industry, Birmingham physician Matt Sherrer sought to obtain a Master of Business Administration. He completed his M.B.A. at Samford this spring and plans to pass on what he's learned to other physicians.