Dike-Minor presents at the 17th Annual Health Law Symposium
Chinelo Dike-Minor presented "Be Careful What You Wish For: An Overreliance on Telemedicine Could Harm Health Equity" at the 17th Annual Health Law Symposium hosted by Loyola University Chicago's Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy. The symposium explored the intersection of health care fraud and abuse with health equity.
Denning Presents at the Cato Institute's 2023 Constitution Day Conference
Brannon Denning, Starnes Professor of Law, was a panelist at the Cato Institute's 2023 Constitution Day Conference. His presentation will appear in the 2023 Cato Supreme Court Review.
Carden Paper, “Gordon Tullock and the Economics of Slavery”, Published by Public Choice
Art Carden, the Margaret Gage Bush distinguished professor of economics, has had a new paper, “Gordon Tullock and the Economics of Slavery”, published by Public Choice.
DeBow's “Fiscal Recklessness, Path Dependence, and Expressive Voting” Published by The Independent Review
“Fiscal Recklessness, Path Dependence, and Expressive Voting” co-authored by Professor Mike DeBow discusses forecasts of federal deficit spending for the next 30 years.
Faculty Research on Numerous Workplace Topics Published in National and International Journals
Breanne Mertz and Kate McComb's individual research has been published in the Journal of Marketing Theory in Practice and the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, respectively.
Professor Awarded Grant to Enhance Career Preparation for Math Students
Assistant Professor Mingwei Sun received a grant that will significantly enhance Samford University’s Department of Math and Computer Science's ability to prepare students for industrial careers.
Yerkes Serves as a Primary Researcher for Groundbreaking Housing Study Published in a Top 10 National Real Estate Journal
Quantalytix was used to study the secondary market effects from securitization, specifically the mortgage securitization process by Ginnie Mae (GNMA). The final article was published in the Journal of Housing Research.
Christian Business Academy Review Publishes New Articles by Five Brock School of Business Faculty Members
The Christian Business Academy Review is a peer reviewed publication whose mission is to promote Christian business education through the publication of faith-based articles focusing on creative instruction, curriculum development, professional issues and research in business education.
“American Constitutional Law”, New Denning Casebook Published
Professor Brannon P. Denning's new casebook "American Constitutional Law: Powers and Liberties" was published in spring 2023. The Seventh Edition is updated through the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2021-22 term and addresses the basics of constitutional law without getting too detailed in highly theoretical discussions.
Samford Professor Selected to Collaborate with Top African American Mathematicians
Math and Computer Science Professor Kwadwo Antwi-Fordjour was recently selected to participate in the 2023 African Diaspora Joint Mathematics Workshop. He will collaborate with the most prestigious mathematicians and statisticians in the nation.
McCombs, Stone are Recipients of Inaugural Brock School of Business Mission Impact Award
Kate McCombs and Anna-Leigh Stone are the inaugural faculty recipients of the Brock School of Business' Mission Impact Award, which recognizes their work that supports to the school's Christian mission.
Biochemistry and Spanish Alumna Succeeds in Medical School Following Stint in Faculty-Guided Research Program
Biochemistry and Spanish alumna Hanah Walker '22 graduated from Samford feeling confident that the skills she gained in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s faculty-guided research program helped prepare her for a career in medicine.
Chemistry and Math Alumnus One Step Closer to Dream Thanks to Faculty-Guided Research Program
Robert Houston Givhan '22 is one step closer to his dream and he owes it all to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s faculty-guided research program.
Chemistry and Biochemistry Alumna Credits Faculty-Guided Research Program for Her Success
Sydney Bottcher '22 credits the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s faculty-guided research program for playing an integral role in her success.
McFarlin Presents on Latest Article, "A Copyright Restored"
Professor Tim McFarlin presented his latest article “A Copyright Restored: Mark Twain, Mary Ann Cord, and How to Right a Longstanding Wrong” at the Intellectual Property Mosaic Conference and Texas A&M Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable.
White Article “Pushing Back Darkness in the Beautiful Game” Published by The Gospel Coalition
Darin White, executive director of Samford’s Center for Sports Analytics, has had a new editorial piece published by The Gospel Coalition. The article, Pushing Back Darkness in the Beautiful Game explains the dark side of professional soccer and highlights innovative strategies that are being used bring about meaningful change.
Diké-Minor Finds Flaw in U.S. Health Care Fraud Statutes
A former assistant U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Alabama, Chinelo Diké-Minor served as the office’s criminal division’s health care fraud coordinator. Today, she is researching the legislative histories of kickback laws in the United States and argues that the current criminal kickback statutes are not enough to deter health care fraudsters.
Ross Responds to Question "Should the US Supreme Court Have an Ethics Code?"
JURIST has published a new commentary by William G. Ross, Cumberland School of Law's Albert P. Brewer professor of law and ethics, in which he addresses the question "Should the US Supreme Court Have an Ethics Code?".