For nearly thirty-five years the Oberg family has been sowing their legacy at Simpson University. Three generations have taken part in the growth of the university, reaped the advantage of a Christ-centered education, and grown to be a part of the Simpson family long after graduating. A “legacy student” is defined as a student whose … Continue reading Legacy Lives On
Welcoming students back to campus after winter break, Simpson University launched spring semester with a common day of learning in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Guest speakers joined morning classes via Zoom to discuss topics related to racism, hope, and how Dr. King’s dream and legacy can be applied today. An evening panel discussion was also held online.
Simpson University hosted 250 instructional aides from nearly 20 North State school districts on Aug. 12 for a training day designed by the School of Education.
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.
Shasta County Teachers of the Year Matthew Fowler and Holly Jones will be featured speakers at Simpson University during the fourth annual Better Together: California Teachers Summit on Friday, July 27.