Trailblazer Bulletin

What is Blazer Bulletin?

Welcome to Blazer Bulletin, DSU’s newest source for information. Blazer Bulletin exists to educate, promote, entertain and inspire the Dixie State University community. This crowd-sourced digital bulletin allows the people most knowledgeable and passionate about a topic to directly reach those who love Dixie State and want to learn more about the institution. We know […]

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DSU Men’s Basketball & Cheer Bring the Holiday Spirit

The Dixie State University men’s basketball team and cheerleaders spread some holiday cheer to local pediatric hospital patients and homeless youth thanks to the generosity of DSU supporters Markay and Ashley Johnson.

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Explore the stars and STEM fun at the SNOW Math and Science building.

Dixie State University’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology and Southern Utah University have teamed up to bring the universe to St. George on Friday, December 14 from 3:30 – 6:00 PM.  FIRST LEGO League teams and community members will be enchanted with a view of the stars from inside the SUU indoor planetarium.  Indoor planetariums […]

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Route 7

Online literary publication featuring pieces on beauty found in the desert landscapes of Southern Utah

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DSU Student Wins Annual Lecture Series and Essay Competition First-Place Award

The McCarthey Family Foundation recently honored Dixie State University student Braxton Thornley with a first-place award during its 10th annual lecture series and essay competition. Competing against students from over 35 institutions, Thornley won the university/college category for his essay on the topic, “Why a free press matters in a democracy.” “Journalism is very important […]

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DSU’s Center for Teaching & Learning Awards Mini-Grants

Dixie State University’s Center for Teaching & Learning has awarded Four-Learning Innovation Mini-Grants to various faculty members on campus.   This year, Wendy Schatzberg, Steve Armstrong and Cindy King, Buna Sambandham and Vinodh Chellamutu, along with Matt Harris and Helen Saar were granted this opportunity to develop new ways to improve student learning. With these […]

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How IAS faculty are breaking down the boundaries between disciplines

Integrated Studies major McKay Kennedy ’19 interviewed faculty member Dr. Mark Jeffreys about his research and the IAS department. “I’m an interdisciplinary creature by nature. My interests ramble and meander over traditional academic boundaries.”

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Students to take Northern Utah Career Tour

This career tour will give students the chance to experience firsthand company cultures, meet recruiters, and make connections for future employment.

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How interdisciplinary faculty bring research into the classroom

Alexis Ruesch, class of 2019, is a current student in the Integrated Studies program. Alexis interviewed new IAS faculty member Dr. Chelsea McCracken to learn more about what brought her to the IAS department.

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“Public Speaking: A Guide to Success” at DSU’s WRC

“Is public speaking something that makes you want to find a dark corner and hide? Whether you are new to giving speeches or feel only slightly confident, with time and practice you can learn to tackle ANY public speaking opportunity with guts and gusto. Come learn some valuable tools to virtually eliminate the pre-speech jitters.”

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Study Abroad Fair

Study Abroad Fair
Don’t Dream About Travel. Make it Happen.

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