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Dixie State University offers New Information Technology Certificate program

To extend learning opportunities to individuals looking to earn a credential during COVID-19 social distancing measures, Dixie State University’s Extended Learning Initiative is offering a new Information Technology Certificate program. Starting May 11, anyone enrolled can increase job skills through this flexible learning experience at non-traditional times and in remote locations. Due to COVID-19, all […]

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Live Long. Live Well. issues survey, other resources amid COVID-19 pandemic

To assess the health status and habits of the Washington County community amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Live Long. Live Well. initiative is asking all adult residents to fill out a brief health survey. The study will help the Live Long. Live Well. initiative, a partnership between Dixie State University, DSU’s Institute for Continued Learning, […]

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Dixie State University, Atwood Innovation Plaza companies helping with COVID-19 pandemic

As the nation continues to grapple with the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak, Dixie State University and several companies linked to the institution’s Atwood Innovation Plaza are helping Utah communities respond to the pandemic. Steribin, a St. George-based start-up company that launched from Atwood Innovation Plaza and continues to lease space from Southern Utah’s hub […]

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Fire & Ice Gala to raise support for Dixie State student scholarships

In an effort to help hundreds of students, the Dixie State University Foundation will host the 16th annual Fire & Ice Gala on April 17 to raise support for need-based scholarships. The black tie optional evening, which is exclusively presented by Cache Valley Bank, will consist of dinner, a live auction, a silent auction and […]

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DSU named one of the nation’s top education programs for early reading instruction

The National Council on Teacher Quality recently named Dixie State University’s Elementary Education program as one of the top in the country for its strong commitment to evidence-based reading instruction. Dixie State was one of only 15 undergraduate elementary programs in the nation to earn the not-for-profit research and policy organization’s A+ rating for reading […]

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DSU’s Atwood Innovation Plaza welcomes new start-up company with timely product

St. Dixie State University’s Atwood Innovation Plaza continues to inspire entrepreneurship and innovation throughout the region and is pleased to welcome Steribin™ as the newest company to incubate at its facility. Steribin has developed a patent-pending device capable of sanitizing airport security trays within seconds. With rising concerns throughout the travel industry of viruses and […]

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Dixie Forum to discuss DSU’s involvement with cancer research at Stanford University

Sharing about their contributions to cutting-edge cancer genomics research at Stanford University, Dr. Lincoln Nadauld, director of Cancer Genomics at Intermountain Healthcare, and three Dixie State University students will be featured at the next installment of Dixie State University’s weekly lecture series Dixie Forum: A Window on the World. Nadauld and DSU students Jordan Dockstader, […]

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Dixie State University to host presentation on St. George pioneer Erastus Snow

Presenting about Erastus Snow’s role in colonizing St. George, Steven E. Snow will be the featured speaker at the next installment of the President’s Colleagues of Dixie State University meeting series. Steven Snow will present at noon on March 2 in Lecture Hall 156 of Dixie State’s Russell C. Taylor Health Science Center, located on […]

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Wilford Brimley to discuss ‘The Electric Horseman’ at Dixie State film screening

Dixie State University is hosting a screening of “The Electric Horseman” and a Q & A discussion with actor Wilford Brimley to mark the 40th anniversary of the film’s theatrical release. The event is set to take place on March 1 and will begin at 5 p.m. with a wine-and-appetizer reception in the Dolores Doré […]

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Seven new degree programs to be offered at Dixie State University

The academic expansion and overall growth of Dixie State University continues to thrive with the addition of five new bachelor’s degree and two associate degree programs recently approved by the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities. Dixie State University’s new degree programs will become available in the Fall 2020 Semester. Bachelor’s degrees will include Information […]

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