Simpson University’s 10th annual Student Research Symposium featured over 60 student participants, 40 different presentations, and one “live” painting done on-site by Southern California artist Hyatt Moore.
REDDING, Calif.—Celebrating a decade of showcasing student academic excellence, Simpson University invites the community to participate in its 10th annual Student Research Symposium, which will feature a daylong “live” painting by artist Hyatt Moore.
The symposium on Wednesday, March 11, is modeled after professional academic symposiums and will feature more than 40 presentations and posters by more than 60 undergraduate and graduate students on topics from multiple disciplines. Visitors are welcome to sit in on thought-provoking presentations and participate in Q&As throughout the day.
Simpson University’s 130 graduates walking the stage Saturday include two women and six men making history as the college’s first political science majors.
Simpson University is offering a new music major with a commercial emphasis.
The emphasis is ideal for students who are interested in music industry careers, including recording engineer/producer, tour manager, artist/performer, and songwriter.
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.
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.
REDDING, Calif.—In a new joint venture between colleges of The Christian and Missionary Alliance, Simpson University is sharing a sociology class in “real time” with Crown College in Minnesota. Dr. Craig Cook, who serves as […]
Simpson University invites the community to “Encounters in Science and Mathematics III,” a series of TED-style talks and interactive lab demonstrations on Thursday, Oct. 25. Admission is free.
Simpson University’s History and Political Science Department hosted a free screening of the 2017 film “The Post,” followed by a panel discussion, in honor of Constitution Day.
New Simpson University President Norm Hall gave his first formal charge to students during an academic convocation ceremony Sept. 5 marking the official start of the school year.
Simpson University’s History and Political Science Department will host a free screening of the 2017 film “The Post,” followed by a panel discussion, in honor of Constitution Day.
A recent Simpson University graduate and Redding native has been accepted into a prestigious internship program run by The Heritage Foundation.
Two Simpson University psychology students were selected to present original research this spring at the Western Psychological Association’s annual conference in Portland, Ore.