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.
Smith Joins Growing List of Samford Alumni Named Phi Kappa Phi Fellows
The $5,000 award from the nation’s the oldest and most selective academic honor society will help support Smith in her first year of study in Princeton University’s Ph.D. program, where she earned a full scholarship to study Native American folkways.
Samford Alumnus Receives Phi Kappa Phi National Fellowship
Samford University alumnus Stone Hendrickson has received a prestigious national fellowship from Phi Kappa Phi national honor society.
Ethics Bowl Team Advances to National Quarterfinals
The team’s success at the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas, takes it to fifth place in the nation and makes it one of only three teams to earn a place in the quarter-finals back-to-back.
Global Experiences Appeal to Samford Students During Jan Term
Samford University students broadened their academic and professional horizons in a myriad of learning experiences during the university’s annual Jan term.
Forbes Honors Samford’s Great Ideas Summer Institute
Created by the University Fellows honors program in 2011, the Great Ideas Summer Institute is a weeklong opportunity for intellectually ambitious high school students to enjoy the energy of a college classroom, engage ideas that form the essence of the Western intellectual tradition and develop friendships with exceptional high school students from around the country.
Samford’s Great Ideas Summer Institute for High School Students Makes Forbes List
The Great Ideas Summer Institute, coordinated by Samford’s University Fellows honors program, was recognized as one of the top summer short programs for high school students by Forbes.