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Samford Nursing Receives $2.3 Million Grant to Help Ease National Nurse Educator Shortage

Ida Moffett School of Nursing has received more than $2.3 million to help make graduate nursing education more affordable for currently practicing or teaching nurses committed to careers in nursing education 

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98 Percent of Samford Grads Employed or in Graduate Study

Six months after graduation from undergraduate programs at Samford University, a high percentage of December 2016 graduates are working to make a difference in the world. 

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Passion for Calling is Recurring Theme at Health Sciences Undergraduate Commencement

The importance of a Samford education and a passion for calling were recurring themes of four student speakers at Samford University’s College of Health Sciences undergraduate commencement May 12. 

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Samford’s Fifth Annual Big Give Aims to Raise $55,000

Samford University’s fifth annual Big Give is May 18–19 with a target of raising $55,000 in just 36 hours.  

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Samford Honors Graduates from Inaugural Second-Degree Accelerated 12-Month B.S.N. Program

Samford’s Ida Moffett School of Nursing honored graduates from its inaugural class of second-degree 12-month accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at a pinning ceremony May 5.  

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Health Sciences Graduate Commencement Celebrates Grads’ Calling to Care

Samford University’s College of Health Sciences held the university’s first 2017 commencement ceremony for spring May 5, presenting second-degree bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees to 295 graduates from the college’s four schools. 

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2015–16 Community Engagement Report Finds Strong Partnerships Between Samford and the Region

Samford University students generated 927,192 community engagement hours with an economic impact of $21.4 million during the 2015–16 academic year.