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Kenneth Roxburgh Retires, Plans to Move to Scotland
Ken Roxburgh came to Samford in August 2002 as the Armstrong Professor and Chair of the Department of Religion.
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Kenneth Matthews Retires After More Than 30 Years of Teaching
Kenneth Mathews came to Samford in 1989, where he has taught many courses including the Old Testament and Hebrew exegesis. After more than 30 years of service, he retired in May as a professor of divinity.
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Carroll Reflects on Changes in Practice and New Generation of Attorneys
Judge John Carroll served as dean of Cumberland School of Law from 2001 until 2014. The 1974 Cumberland alumnus has remained on the law faculty since 2014.
 
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T. Brad Bishop Retires After More Than 50 Years of Service
Brad Bishop joined the faculty in 1971 after graduating from law school. He first served as an assistant professor and the director of forensics. He later served as the acting dean of the school from 1984-1985. As a professor, he taught contracts for more than 45 years.
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Steven Epley Retires After More than 30 Years with Samford
Steven Epley joined the faculty of the English department in 1992. Eply received the Jennings B. Marshall Faculty Service Award in 2015 and the Faculty Research Award from Howard College of Arts and Sciences in 2017.
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Victoria Delchamps Retires After 16 Years
Victoria Delchamps joined Samford in 2016, teaching Communication Arts. She served as assistant director of the Communication Resource Center until 2009 when she was named coordinator of academic enrichment. She was promoted to assistant professor in 2016 and joined the English department faculty in 2019.
 
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Dennis Sansom Retires After 34 Years at Samford
Dennis Samson, who most recently served as professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy joined the Samford faculty in 1988. He taught a wide range of classes, but his primary focus was centered around the topic of ethics.
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David Johnson Retires After Decades of Service to Samford
David Johnson joined the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences as a full-time faculty member in 2008. His areas of expertise include genetics and molecular biology.
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Rebecca Warr Retires After 41 Years of Service
Rebecca Warr began teaching at Samford in 1981 as part of a joint appointment with Baptist Princeton Hospital where she worked two days a week in the psychiatric unit as a nurse. She has taught more than 2,000 nursing students.
 
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David Loudon Retires after 16 Years of Teaching
David Loudon joined the faculty of Brock School of Business in 2005. As a professor of marketing, he taught courses in marketing and consumer behavior.
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Margaret Johnson Retires from School of Health Professions
After nine years at Samford, beloved and respected colleague Margaret Johnson retired on May 31.
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David Finn to Retire after 24 Years of Service
Professor of teacher education David Finn will retire at the end of this semester.
 
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David Little to Retire after 33 Years of Service
Associate professor of teacher education David Little will retire in April after 33 years of service.
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Longtime Professor Patti Wood to Retire at the End of the Semester
After 16 years of teaching at Samford, Wood will retire at the end of the semester. 
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Brock School of Business Renames Faculty Service Award in Honor of Beloved Professor  
Larry Harper has been a beloved Samford faculty member for more than 30 years and will retire after the fall 2021 semester. In honor of his outstanding career, Brock School of Business has renamed its Faculty Service Award as the Professor Larron C. (Larry) Harper Service Award.
 
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Motion Establishes Scholarship in Honor of Professor Archie Lockamy
Professor Archie Lockamy will retire from Samford University following the spring 2022 semester. In recognition of his impactful career, Motion has endowed a new scholarship to be awarded to students studying in the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program.