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Simpson Forum to Explore “Jobs for the Future”

“Today’s college students and adult learners are seeking educational opportunities and skills development that will prepare them for the types of jobs that will be in high demand over the next decade,” remarked Seth Andersen, director of the Culver Public Policy Center at Simpson College. “This forum will explore job market trends against the backdrop of automation, outsourcing, and the gig economy.” More…

Simpson’s Matthew Lau Lands Role in Historic Opera Production

“Matthew Lau’s ability to continue his professional, national performing career paired with his astonishing commitment to teaching at Simpson is nothing short of amazing,” said Tim McMillin, chair of Simpson’s music department. “Students who study with him (whether in the classroom or private voice studio) benefit from his continued engagement in the ‘business,’ and he personally benefits by continuing to connect with his craft as a musician. This is important work, and he does it with outstanding skill.” More…

May Term: Intense. Focused. Fun.

“Courses offered on campus tend to be more imaginative and interactive than those offered during a regular semester,” said Maeve Callan, the associate professor of religion who’s teaching, “Love, Death and Harry Potter.” “May Term offers us more of an opportunity to think outside the box, to make the world our classroom by studying medieval European history or exploring tropical ecology at the sites themselves.” More…