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Showing posts from Month: January 2018

Dixie Forum to host presentation on scientific advancements in agriculture

Dixie State University’s weekly lecture series Dixie Forum: A Window on the World will host a presentation on how genetically modified organisms are created, regulated and help farmers grow more while conserving natural resources. This installment of Dixie Forum will feature two officials from the agricultural company Monsanto, which helps large and small farm operations […]

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Dixie’s Got Talent Finale to showcase local talent, raise funds for DSU scholarships

In the culmination of a tight competition among a variety of Washington County performers, the Dixie’s Got Talent 2018 Finale, hosted by the Dixie State University Alumni Association, promises to be an entertaining evening of raising funds for DSU scholarships. Featuring 20 acts competing for cash prizes, the finale of the eighth annual multi-round talent […]

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Dixie Forum to host Fulbright Scholar’s presentation on yearlong China travels

For its first installment of the Spring 2018 semester, Dixie State University’s weekly lecture series Dixie Forum: A Window on the World will host a Fulbright Scholar as he shares about his yearlong experience of traveling through China. David Sullivan, an English professor at Cabrillo College in California, will open the semester by presenting “The […]

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Dixie State University to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with lecture series

In commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Dixie State University is honoring the legacy of Dr. King with a set of keynote addresses. Hosted by the Office of DSU’s Chief Diversity Officer, the university’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration will kick off with a presentation by Dr. Ronald Coleman. A retired University of […]

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President’s Colleagues to discuss Navajo weaving

For the first meeting of the Spring 2018 semester, President’s Colleagues of Dixie State University will host John Rich Jr., owner of Jacob Lake Resort, in a presentation on the history of the Navajo tradition of weaving. Rich will present “A Brief History of Navajo Weaving and Some Guidelines for Collecting,” sharing about the difficulties […]

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