Beloved former faculty and staff give guest lectures on a wide range of thought-provoking topics
Join us as legends invite you into their virtual classroom for compelling lectures.
2023 Legends of Simpson Lecture Series
Former Simpson College Director of 体育运动, Jonh Sirianni presents "The Value of Extra-Curricular Activities"
Former Simpson College history professor, Owen Duncan presents "The Past is a Foreign Country": A Memoir
Former Simpson College Dean of Students, 吉姆Thorius, presents Lessons in Leadership and Life Learned Through the Intersection of My Years as Dean and Flyfisher.
Former Simpson College Vice 总统, 约翰·凯洛格, presents The Situation at Simpson in the Late 70s and I Were Made For Each Other – The Chance of a Lifetime to Make a Difference.
Former Simpson College professor of English, Nancy St. 克莱尔, presents Only Connect: An Exploration of the Forces That Weaken, 如果不是完全破坏, Our Need and Desire For Authentic Connection.
2022 Legends of Simpson Lecture Series
Former religion professor, Jan Everhart presents "Say Her Name: The Story of Jarena Lee"
Former chemistry and physics professor Ron Warnet presents "The Future of Science"
Former professor Ev Laning presents "Campus Tales Untold: Another Take on the 'Whispering Maples' Reputation"
Former professor Alan M presents "The Joy of..."
2021 Legends of Simpson Lecture Series
Joe Moody presents "The Medal of Honor and Other Medals of Valor." Moody served as a biology professor from 1976-2002.
Fred Jones presents “Race and the Shackles of Tradition.” Jones was a staple of the department of sociology and criminal justice department for nearly 50 years, serving as a full-time faculty member from 1970-2017.
Dr. John Epperson presents “A More Perfect Union? The Electoral College in an Age of Polarization.” Epperson served as a professor of political science from 1977 until his retirement in 2019.
Pat Singer presents “My 40-Year Romp Through DNA.” Singer’s tenure as a professor of biology professor spanned 36 years from 1982-2018.
Bruce Haddox presents “The Liberal Arts in a Post-Truth Era.” Haddox began his Simpson career in 1969, serving in multiple roles before retiring in 2006. In addition to his stint as a professor of religion, Haddox also served as vice president of academic affairs and spent one year as acting 总统.