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President Williams reports significant progress on strategic goals

Sharing the progress being made on Dixie State University’s strategic plan, Dixie 2020: Status to Stature, DSU President Richard “Biff” Williams presented the annual State of the University Address on Wednesday morning. “Three years ago, we created our strategic plan with you,” Williams told the audience. “We had six very distinctive goals and we came […]

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President Williams to deliver State of the University Address

Sharing the progress Dixie State University is making on its strategic plan, President Richard B. Williams will present his annual State of the University Address to detail the university’s recent successes and outline the vision for the upcoming year. The address, which is open to the community, is set to take place at 11 a.m. […]

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Swati Dlamini Mandela to speak on campus

In commemoration of Black History Month, Swati Dlamini Mandela, granddaughter of Nelson and Winnie Mandela, will deliver a keynote address on the Dixie State University campus about her family’s legacy in building a sense of community in post-apartheid South Africa. The entire southern Utah community is invited to attend Mandela’s address, which is set to […]

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Dixie State to host annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration, community service project

In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Dixie State University Office of the President and Multicultural & Inclusion Center welcome the community to DSU’s third annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration. This year’s commemoration, themed ‘Infinite Hope & Enduring Light,” will be held on place at noon on Tuesday, January 17, in the […]

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Dixie State University to celebrate Diversity Week with daily events

Dixie State University will celebrate the beauty of diversity and encourage cultural awareness as it observes Diversity Week on Oct. 3 through 7. Daily events hosted by the University’s Multicultural Inclusion Center are set to take place around campus. “With a campus as diverse as ours, Diversity Week gives the majority the opportunity to see […]

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Dixie State University receives $75,000 grant to reach out to Latino community

Dixie State University recently received a $75,000 grant from the Utah State Board of Regents’ Office of Outreach and Access to help the Latino community meet their educational goals. The Affordable Participation and Timely Completion Grant will support the ¡Adelante! Washington County project, a countywide initiative aimed to increase Latino community members’ access to and […]

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Dixie State University students manage food pantry for peers

Campus activity has slowed down during the summer break, but Dixie State University’s student-run food pantry is still up and running. Maintained by the Service Branch of the DSU Student Association, the Campus Food Pantry is open business hours throughout the entire year so that it is available any time students need it, Dillon McKinney, […]

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Dixie State University honors individuals, organizations with community engagement awards

In collaboration with Utah Campus Compact, Dixie State University granted six individuals and two organizations community engagement awards in a ceremony Wednesday morning to thank them for promoting a culture of giving through community service.   The community engagement awards honor Dixie State faculty, staff, alumni and students as well as community members for their […]

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DSU to Host Dedication in Observance of MLK Jr. Day

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 As part of the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Dixie State University and the DSU Black Student Union will host a lecture and dedication on Tuesday, January 20, at 12 noon, at the Gardner Student Center Lounge. The event is free and open to all DSU students, faculty, staff […]

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DSU Women’s Resource Center to Host Success Forum

Wilson’s presentation will discuss what it means to be truly successful in one’s career or life, and what differentiates those who achieve success and those who fail to realize their dreams. Wilson, who served on Dixie State’s Board of Trustees from 2001-09, has worked in the human resources field for over 30 years, including the […]

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