Showing posts from Month: April 2018

President Williams 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 2018 semester. Williams will present at noon on May 7 in Lecture Hall 156 of the Taylor Health Science Center, located […]

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Summer programs offer youth a head start in STEM training

This summer, Dixie State University is hosting a variety of hands-on educational camps and programs to help Washington County youth excel in science, technology, engineering and math. The U.S. Department of Education projects a dramatic increase in STEM jobs and an impending shortage of workers to fill them. In anticipation of such a shortage, DSU […]

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Dixie Forum to close semester with presentation on the pottery, artists of Mata Ortiz

Dixie State University’s weekly lecture series Dixie Forum: A Window on the World will host a renowned master potter in a special presentation on how his dying desert village in Mexico transformed into a destination for world-class art. Closing Dixie Forum for the 2017-18 academic year, Diego Valles will present about his pottery and artistic […]

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President Williams kicks off Week of the Young Child reading challenge

Dixie State University President Richard B. Williams and First Lady Kristin Williams returned to preschool for a little while Tuesday afternoon, when they read to young students at the DSU Preschool to promote the Week of the Young Child. President Williams initiated the statewide Read with a Child Challenge in line with the Utah Association […]

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Dixie Forum to discuss Fitzgerald’s classic ‘The Great Gatsby’

Dixie State University’s weekly lecture series Dixie Forum: A Window on the World will critically examine the implications of class distinctions in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 20th century American classic “The Great Gatsby.” Satyam Moorty, a published author and Fulbright Scholar, will discuss the variegated aspects of taste in literature at noon on April 17 in […]

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