REDDING, Calif.—A Simpson University and Redding native who interned with The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., has two articles published on national news websites. Austin Avery, who graduated in spring 2018 with a degree in history, co-wrote an analysis piece published Christmas Eve in The Washington Times titled “Washington should be alarmed at Middle Belt … Continue reading Simpson University Alum Completes D.C. Internship, Publishes Articles
Simpson University invites North State readers to join students, staff and faculty in its third year of On the Same Page, its common reading program. This year’s book selection is Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone by Brené Brown.
REDDING, Calif.—Simpson University will honor approximately 140 graduates during a commencement ceremony Saturday, Jan. 12, inside the James M. Grant Student Life Center on campus, 2211 College View Drive. The 10 a.m. ceremony, which will be livestreamed at simpsonu.edu, will recognize the achievements of students from Simpson’s traditional undergraduate, ASPIRE degree-completion, and graduate programs. The … Continue reading Simpson University to Graduate 140 Students in January
Despite facing their own losses in this year’s Carr and Camp fires, students in Simpson University’s Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program didn’t hesitate to say yes to a request to “adopt” a family in need for Christmas.
REDDING, Calif.—Simpson University staff members working for Upward Bound took 31 Siskiyou County high school students to visit college campuses, the state capitol, and a museum during Veterans Day weekend.
REDDING, Calif. -- Simpson University Director of Athletics Tom Galbraith announced Oct. 16 the addition of men's and women's varsity track and field as the 13th and 14th varsity sports for the Red Hawks. Simpson will begin competition in the NAIA for outdoor track and field in the 2019-20 academic year. The Red Hawks already compete as … Continue reading Simpson Athletics Announces Addition of Track and Field Programs
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.
As thousands of firefighters battle the most destructive wildfire in Shasta County history, Simpson University is serving as an evacuation and rest center for displaced residents and first responders.
Simpson University students studied marine organisms, collected fish and invertebrates from Humboldt Bay, and even helped rescue a young elephant seal during a three-week May Term course in marine biology.
Simpson University Outdoor Leadership cleaned up coastal debris and helped clear trails during an annual 14-day backpacking excursion along Northern California’s Lost Coast. It was the seventh year for the Outdoor Leadership service project in this remote area.