Showing posts from Month: May 2018

Sears Art Museum to display ‘Essence of Hope’ summer exhibit

Featuring the work of a nationally known artist and her son, “Julie Rogers: Essence of Hope” will be on exhibit this summer at the Dixie State University Sears Art Museum. The exhibit will feature paintings by Julie Rogers displayed alongside ceramic pieces of her son, Matt Rogers, an accomplished potter who discovered his talents at […]

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Blair Barfuss named chief of Campus Police

After conducting a nationwide search, Dixie State University has selected Blair Barfuss as the institution’s new director of campus security and chief of the Campus Police Department. “All of us here at Dixie State University are excited to welcome Chief Barfuss to campus,” DSU President Richard “Biff” Williams said. “He has an impressive background of […]

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Community Education to host free seminar on disaster preparedness

To teach residents how to prepare for the top twelve risks Washington County faces, Dixie State University Community Education is sponsoring Fully Prepared for Any Disaster, a free seminar on disaster preparedness. The seminar will address various threats and emergencies and their likelihood and severity. Participants will learn about natural disasters, such as earthquakes, floods […]

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Influential Trailblazers honored with Dixie State University Presidential Awards

Dixie State University’s inaugural Presidential Awards Ceremony recognized influential members of the Dixie State and Washington County communities who are blazing trails to make a difference in Southern Utah. In collaboration with Utah Campus Contact, Dixie State awarded Presidential Awards to individuals committed to service-learning, community engagement and campus-community partnerships. Dixie State and Utah Campus […]

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