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Showing posts from Month: March 2016

Dixie State University and University of Utah meet to advance Physician Assistant Program

Legislature provides $1.5 million for DSU-U of U partnership After receiving an ongoing $1.5 million appropriation from the Utah State Legislature, Dixie State University welcomed faculty from the University of Utah School of Medicine to the Russell C. Taylor Health Science Building to coordinate the launch of a Physician Assistant Program. “It’s a great way […]

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Dixie State University and University of Utah receive $1.5 million for partnership program

Dixie State University and the University of Utah School of Medicine are delving deeper in plans to create a new Physician Assistant Program in St. George after receiving an ongoing $1.5 million allocation for partnership programs during Utah’s 2016 legislative session. The master’s degree program is scheduled to open to students in May 2018, and […]

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Dixie Forum to provide update on Dixie State University Computer Crime Institute

Known nationwide for developing techniques that rival those of CSI Miami, Fringe Division, the Dixie State University Computer Crime Institute will be the subject of the next installment in DSU’s weekly lecture series “Dixie Forum: A Window on the World.” Dr. Gary Cantrell, assistant professor of digital forensics at DSU, and Joan Runs Through, assistant […]

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Mayor Pike to present at President’s Colleagues of Dixie State University meeting

Dixie State University will host St. George City Mayor Jon Pike as he presents “What is St. George?” at the next President’s Colleagues of DSU meeting. During his presentation, Pike will discuss what St. George means to him, give an update on city happenings, and talk about his vision and plans for the future. The meeting […]

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Dixie State University’s Criminal Justice Program to host murder-mystery event

Dixie State University’s Criminal Justice Program needs your help to solve a murder — a hypothetical one, that is — during its Masticate, Mystery, Murder event. The event is set to take place from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, April 1, at Dixie State’s Stephen & Marcia Wade Alumni House, 684 E. 500 South. […]

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