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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WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER: REVERSE MENTORING EVENT

The DSU Women’s Resource Center will hold a mentoring workshop, “Reverse Mentoring, Speed Mentoring, and Micro-Internships: Emerging Trends to Help Close the Gender and Wage Gap with Proven Pedagogical Benefits to Both the Mentor and Mentee,” on Wednesday, September 25th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Holland 535.  Guest speaker is Dr. Shandon Gubler, Professor of Business Management/Finance at the DSU College […]

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DSU Walk to End Alzheimer’s raises over $25,000!

DSU Hosts Walk to End Alzheimer’s; Student Athletes Shine

There was no game at Trailblazer Stadium on the morning of September 14, but there were hundreds of people doing battle against Alzheimer’s disease. They were there taking part in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, which was hosted and sponsored by the DSU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

The vision to host the walk at DSU came from Wendi Bulkley, Associate Athletic Director. Dixie State is the first University in Utah to host a walk event and having young people engaged helps educate them about a disease that is wreaking havoc on our parents and grandparents. With an estimated one in ten adults over the age of sixty-five having Alzheimer’s it is important to prepare a younger generation about its impact. This includes care needs and the state of research on a cure to end, or at least control, the fourth leading cause of death in Utah.

“DSU athletes came out in force,” said Mike Miller, Regional Manager for the Alzheimer’s Association, “setting up tables and chairs, posting signs along the walk route, cheering participants, and anything else they could do to welcome and support guests at the Walk.” “Wendi and Cameron Chatwin were instrumental in making this walk a total success,” continued Miller. “Their leadership brought clarity to the project for student athletes and they responded in force,” said Miller.

Two other campus groups were involved in the walk, the CNA/Nursing Students Club, and the Population Health Club, as well as other students and faculty.

In total, more than sixty groups were on campus for the walk. Prior to the walk guests learned about research projects focused on finding a cure for Alzheimer’s and opportunities for engagement in advocacy and volunteer work.

More than $25,000 was raised by the walk, which supports local programs and services in Southern Utah. This includes caregiver support groups, which are crucial for those serving as caregivers because of the demanding nature of their work.

In addition to support from Dixie State University, other regional sponsors who made the Walk to End Alzheimer’s possible include Ovation at Sienna Hills, Roxberry Juice Co., Southgate Senior Living, Spilsbury Mortuary, and The Wentworth at the Meadows.

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Mike Miller | Regional Manager | Alzheimer’s Association, Utah Chapter
(435) 238-4998 | mjmiller@alz.org | alz.org/Utah
1173 S 250 W, Suite 302, St. George, UT 84770 ALZ Association 24/7 Helpline (800) 272-3900

Walk to End Alzheimer’s St. George, Sept. 14 at DSU

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EXPLORING STUDY ABROAD

Do you have a desire to travel and see the world? Do you wish you could learn another language? Do you want to travel and receive college credit for it? Well, you can! Dixie State University has a wide variety of study abroad options to choose from. I would love to travel the world, learn […]

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LET YOUR CAREER ADVENTURE BEGIN!

Career Services is here to help you on your career adventure. We have several activities and events throughout the semester including our Career Lab, Career Passport Program, Career Events and more!

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DSU SUICIDE PREVENTION WEEK

The DSU Health & Counseling Center is pleased to announce our first DSU Suicide Prevention Week September 9-13 for students, faculty and staff. We hope you will join us for our daily activities hosted to create greater hope, mental health and suicide awareness. Monday Monday, Sept. 9, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the […]

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WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER: FALL 2019 SERVICES

The DSU Women’s Resource Center’s goal is to facilitate access to resources, mentoring, and scholarships available to women across the disciplines. We organize campus events with professional resource speakers and work with community partners to offer additional support. Our overall mission is to help women achieve their academic and professional goals. This semester they have teamed […]

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Involvement: A Student’s Guide to Trailblazing

Want in on one of the best kept secrets about college? Get involved on campus. It is life changing and a boatload of fun! For me, getting involved has allowed me to grow as a leader, perform across the country and in Costa Rica with Raging Red, and make lifelong friends along the way. Dixie […]

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Digital Forensics Crime Lab: Ahead of the Curve

A DSU student uses Chip-Off technology in the Digital Forensics Crime Lab. Since being established 8 years ago, the Digital Forensics Crime Lab (DFCL) at DSU has been recognized for its specialization in mobile device research and work on live investigative cases. As both a stand-alone unit and a part of the College of Humanities […]

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Dr. Jeremy Young: Taking to Twitter to Share Insights on the Angry Mob

Dr. Jeremy Young knows a thing or two about angry mobs—or at least about the use of the term as a political bludgeon. As an Assistant Professor of History and Political Science, Young has seen the term deployed throughout American politics. For this reason, when President Trump used the term during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings […]

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The Train Kiln: Raw, Ancient, and Authentic

Professor of Ceramics Glen Blakley displays a piece that has been fired in DSU’s new train kiln. The Art Department at Dixie State University blazes a new trail as it adds a “train kiln,” named to reflect its form, to its creative arsenal. The train-kiln resembles the front of a traditional steam locomotive. This innovative wood-fired […]

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