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Showing posts from Month: April 2017

Dixie State University students present at national, international conferences

As the 2016-17 academic year winds down, several Dixie State University students shared what they have been working on this year by presenting at national and international conferences. The Dixie State chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, an international English honor society, took part in the society’s international convention in Louisville, Kentucky. There, members from around […]

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Girls Go Digital, CodeChangers to hold tech camps throughout Utah

Youth across Utah will have the opportunity to try their hand at everything from photography and programming to web design, robotics and more when Girls Go Digital and CodeChangers offer computer science and technology programs throughout the state this summer. Open to students ages 8 to 18, the day camps will be offered all the […]

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Dixie State University president to present at final Colleagues meeting of semester

As the academic year draws to a close, DSU President Richard “Biff” Williams will present his annual Dixie State University Report and Update for the final President’s Colleagues of DSU meeting of the Spring 2017 semester. Williams will present at noon on Monday, May 1, in Lecture Hall 156 of the Taylor Health Science Center, […]

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Dixie State University honors City of St. George, individuals with community engagement awards

In collaboration with Utah Campus Compact, Dixie State University granted five Presidential Community Engagement Awards to recipients including the City of St. George in a ceremony Friday morning. The Presidential Community Engagement Awards recognize individual and community partners’ commitment to service-learning, community engagement and campus-community partnerships. Dixie State and Utah Campus Compact, a statewide coalition […]

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Dixie State University Student Association to host Talents for Treatments benefit concert

Raising funds for local cancer research, the Dixie State University Student Association is hosting the benefit concert Talents for Treatments. The concert, which will feature various talent acts such as dance, song and theater pieces, is set to take place at 7:30 p.m. on April 29 in the Mainstage Theatre of Dixie State’s Dolores Doré […]

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Trailblazers Competition Dance Team to perform in inaugural showcase

The Dixie State University Trailblazers Competition Dance Team will take the stage to present its first-ever showcase this month. The showcase is set to take place at 7:30 p.m. on April 26 in the M.K. Cox Performing Arts Center on the Dixie State University campus. “This semester, we have put a lot of time into […]

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DSUSA vice president of service receives western region leadership award

Dixie State University Student Association Vice President of Service Dillon McKinney was recently honored with the 2017 Community Engaged Student Leadership Award by the Western Region of Campus Compact. “Dillon McKinney is one of the most kindhearted and humble individuals I have had the pleasure of knowing,” Anilee Bundy, assistant director of student involvement at […]

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Dixie Forum to close semester with presentation on maritime law

Dixie State University visiting professor Shadman Bashir will bring the university’s lecture series Dixie Forum to conclusion for the 2016-17 academic year by presenting the address “Customs and Laws of the Sea.” Bashir’s presentation is set to take place at noon on April 25 in the Dunford Auditorium of the Val A. Browning Learning Resource […]

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Pianist Keenan Reesor to offer recital, master class

The Dixie State University Music Department will host guest pianist Dr. Keenan Reesor as he performs the final recital in the 2016-17 All-Steinway Series and conducts a master class. Reesor will present a master class from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Monday, April 24, in the Eccles Concert Hall. That evening, he will perform a […]

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Dixie State University hires Health & Counseling Center director, relocates facility

To better accommodate the needs of its students, faculty and staff, Dixie State University recently hired a new director of the Health & Counseling Center, moved the resource to a larger facility closer to campus, and launched a HOPE Squad as part of a suicide prevention program. Dr. Dylan Matsumori was recently hired to serve […]

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