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Timothy McMillin

Biography

Timothy A. McMillin co-founder and serves as Co-Director and Professor of music for Simpson College's Master of Music (M.M.) in Choral Conducting degree, offered in an intensive, three-summers program. He conducts annually as part of the Des Moines Choral Festival, a professional choral festival produced through a partnership with CORO, Inc. and the M.M. program at Simpson College. 

HeadCount Presents: The Future is Voting Tour Coming to Simpson

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A nationwide drive to encourage young people to register and vote has planned a concert and get-out-the-vote event at Simpson College.


HeadCount Presents: The Future is Voting Tour will begin at 8 p.m. on Oct. 16 in the Principal Black Box Theatre in the Kent Campus Center.

Six locations throughout the country were chosen because they represent electoral “swing districts.” Simpson is the only site chosen in Iowa, and will represent the smallest college of the tour.

Annual Matthew Simpson Lecture to Feature Amy Laura Hall

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Amy Laura Hall, associate professor of Christian Ethics at Duke University, will deliver the annual Matthew Simpson Lecture in Religion at 7 p.m. Oct. 9.

The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held in Hubbell Hall in the Kent Campus Center on the Simpson campus.

Dan Martin

Monica Lewis

Biography

Monica earned her B.A. in Psychology and her M.Ed. in School Psychology from the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire. She has several years of practical experience with students and their support systems including family, faculty, and staff. Monica's experience includes being an advocate for students with learning disabilities, Autism, intellectual disabilities, ADHD, physical disabilities, and more. 

Serving Others

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How do first-year Simpson students learn about the College’s tradition of serving others? By packaging food items for Meals from the Heartland.

On Monday, Aug. 27, Simpson’s first-year students packaged 40,000 meals in collaboration with their SC 101 faculty members, SC 101 leaders and Writing Fellows.

This is the fourth year that new students have helped package meals. In addition, they hear from a Simpson alum and attend a community fair to learn about volunteering opportunities.

Taylor Witzel