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His Legacy Continues: Walt Research Library and Simpson Archives Opens

The Joseph W. Walt Research Library features the books he used to research Liechtenstein as well as posters about that country that once hung in his house. Walt became enchanted with the country as a young stamp collector and visited there almost every year. He had completed five chapters of a history of Liechtenstein when health problems forced him to stop. More…

Day Six: A Wonderful Week of Discovery Comes to a Close

Tech Trek is a national program sponsored by AAUW chapters and spans from Washington state to New Jersey. The camp originated in California in 1998 and has expanded to 21 camps across 10 states. In 2015, AAUW announced three new camps to be partially sponsored by a national grant, and Indianola was chosen as the first in the Midwest. More…

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Psychology Professor Meyers Completes STIRS Initiative

Sal Meyers, professor of psychology and director of faculty development at Simpson College, was selected as one of 13 Scientific Thinking and Integrative Reasoning Skills Scholars (STIRS) by the Association of American Colleges and Universities in early 2014. More…

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Simpson-designed Phone App is Finalist for Two Tech Awards

“This is great recognition for our students and for the entire EMERGE program,” said Christopher Draper, director of EMERGE@Simpson. “There’s no reason for students to wait until they graduate to begin making their dreams and ideas a reality, and we’re proving that every day.” More…

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2015 Symposium Celebrates the Best of Simpson

“This is my favorite day of the academic year,” said Deb Czarneski, director of undergraduate research. Now in its sixth year, the Undergraduate Symposium honors excellence in research, scholarship and creativity. Throughout the day, students show what they’ve learned by presenting papers, posters, performances and panel discussions. More…