Simpson University welcomed about 75 adult graduates of its ASPIRE program to a special luncheon March 22 that featured alumna Jenny Davidson, one of the British Broadcasting Corporation’s Top 100 Most Influential and Inspiring Women of 2018.
More than 350 attendees filled lecture halls to listen to 25 presentations and posters during Simpson University’s 9th annual Student Research Symposium on March 13.
Redding’s two major educational institutions, Shasta College and Simpson University, will present a spring weekend, April 12-14, featuring the great music of the world. Three concerts, two on the Shasta campus and one at the Simpson site, will highlight composers and favorite compositions from four continents and eight nations.
Simpson University for Seniors is offering two courses in April for adults of any age.
REDDING, Calif.—In an effort to bridge the skills gap for in-demand tech jobs, Simpson University has formed a strategic partnership with Bethel School of Technology, a faith-based coding boot camp that teaches full-stack web development […]
REDDING, Calif.—Simpson University and Bethel School of Technology are hosting a free symposium titled “Aligning the Future of Work and Education” at 7 p.m. March 13, featuring experts in higher education, technology and the connection […]
Simpson University will host the Redding Breakfast Lions Club’s 24th annual boys and girls high school All-Star basketball games on Sunday, March 31. The university is located at 2211 College View Drive.
The public is invited to sit in on thought-provoking presentations and participate in Q&A and poster sessions at Simpson University’s 9th Annual Student Research Symposium on Wednesday, March 13.
Simpson University has again received full institutional accreditation reaffirmation from its accrediting agency, as well as removal of a “probation” sanction issued in 2017.
Simpson University’s School of Education, which recently received full accreditation renewal for seven years, honored 44 students in two January ceremonies and hosted more than 100 local educators for a teachers summit.
The Simpson University School of Education will co-host the North State Educator Career Fair on March 21 with the Shasta County Office of Education in the Collord-Humphries Room on Simpson’s campus, from 4 to 6 p.m.