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Three Decades of Dedication
Since August 1990, Jan Paine has been an integral part of the Samford University’s Moffett & Sanders School of Nursing community.  
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Third Consecutive Nursing Cohort Achieves 100% NCLEX Pass Rate
This milestone achieved by the last three cohorts, confirmed by the Alabama Board of Nursing, highlights the school's commitment to exceptional nursing education and solidifies its reputation as a leader in the field.  
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The Legacy of Samford’s Ladies: Women’s History in the Archives
The university has watched the history of women in Alabama unfold from the ratification of the 19th Amendment, civil rights, shifting workplace dynamics, notable missionaries, authors, government leaders, and much more. 
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Brewing Success: Samford Alumni Take Their Coffee Business Overseas
Wendi and Nathan Parvin have never shied away from the unknown. As a career nurse and optometrist, they’ve lived overseas serving God and their communities. They’ve walked through heartache and loss. And they’ve launched a successful coffee business. Now they’re jumping back into the unknown with their business, all the way to Dubai.  
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2024 HEAL Conference Examines Gun Violence from a Public Health Perspective
Gun violence is a leading cause of premature death in the United States. This year's Healthcare Ethics and Law (HEAL) Institute conference, Gun Violence and Health Care: A Public Health Issue? explored the challenges around preventing firearm injury and death. 
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Grandmother Inspires Nursing Professor’s Journey at Samford
Within Samford University's Moffett & Sanders School of Nursing, there is a strong connection to the past, especially for assistant professor Ashley Turner. Turner's journey is not just one of personal achievement but also a tribute to her grandmother. 
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Samford University Provost Distinguished Lecture Returns March 14
Samford University's Office of the Provost Distinguished Lecture series returns on Thursday, March 14, in partnership with Howard College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biblical and Religious Studies. Nijay K. Gupta, PhD, a professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary, will be the guest speaker.