Trailblazer Bulletin

Continued Learning students donate $1 million to Dixie State University’s Geology program

After taking a geology class from DSU’s Institute for Continued Learning, Denis and Diane Lyman were inspired to help others better understand and appreciate the “marvelous laboratory” surrounding us. Their resulting $1 million donation to grow DSU’s Geology program will make a difference in the lives of students for generations to come.

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The Southern Quill celebrates its newest issue at an upcoming Launch Party

In celebration of the newest issue of The Southern Quill, Dixie State University’s literary art journal, there will be a Launch Party held on Wednesday, May 1st at the Collaborative Lounge inside the Holland building at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The Southern Quill has provided publication opportunities for […]

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Rec and Sport Management Students Engage in Active Learning with DSU Athletics

Over Easter weekend, Brooks the Bison welcomed over 160 youth to campus for the inaugural Brooks’ Buddies Easter Egg hunt. This event was a collaboration between DSU Athletics and Recreation and Sport Management (RSM) students in the Program and Experience Design class taught by Dr. Joseph Lovell.  The class provided a programming model for student […]

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Class of 2019, Be Commencement Ready with These Helpful Tips

Commencement is just around the corner — it’s set to take place on Friday, May 3, in Trailblazer Stadium — and you won’t want to miss these helpful tidbits on what to expect. Graduates Graduates will need to have a cap and gown for the ceremony. These can be picked up at the Grad Fair, […]

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Learn the ‘good, bad and ugly’ aspects of short-term home rentals

Hosting a home for short-term guest stays can be profitable — or it can create liabilities. Learn how to ensure the process is a positive one at Dixie State University’s crash course on short-term rental management. Sponsored by Dixie State’s Community Education program, the two-day class will take place this Friday and Saturday, April 19 and […]

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Engineering Department designs free mini golf course

If you are a parent with small children, like I am, you know what it’s like to be cheap. I never planned on being cheap, it just kind of happened. Kids are a lot of things, but one thing they are not is inexpensive. From birthday parties and trampolines to $300 medical bills to retrieve […]

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New Summer Camps for High School Students

The College of Science, Engineering, and Technology is pleased to introduce three innovative, new camps for high school students to participate in this summer.  The camps, led by DSU faculty and STEM interns, will provide students an active learning experience while exploring new and exciting career paths.  Register today at stem.dixie.edu to take advantage of […]

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CEO of Silicon Slopes To Speak at Atwood Innovation Plaza

Clint Betts, the CEO of Silicon Slopes, will be at Atwood Innovation Plaza on April 17th at 12:00 pm. This is a totally FREE event with lunch provided, but spots are limited, so make sure to register quickly. Click HERE to register for the event. Clint Betts is the executive director and editor-in-chief of Silicon […]

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DSU Surplus Sale

DSU Surplus Sale

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IAS faculty study the intersection of culture and science

Integrated Studies student Jen Spong ’19 interviewed Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences department chair Dr. Jeff Yule to learn more about his experiences in the IAS department.

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