Showing posts from Category: Active Education
Professor Vinodh Chellamuthu Selected as a Fellow for National InitiativeMarch 8, 2019
Dixie State University Assistant Professor of Mathematics Dr. Vinodh Chellamuthu was recently selected to be a Project SLOPE (Scholarly Leaders Originating as Practicing Educators) Research Fellow, an honor only shared among six people in the entire nation. Project SLOPE is an initiative funded by the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) to gather a […]
Biotechnology at Dixie State UniversityMarch 8, 2019
We are excited to announce that a brand-new Certificate program in Biotechnology has been added to the degrees at DSU. Approved in early February by the DSU Board of Trustees, the Biotechnology Certificate of Proficiency fills a gap to help students get started in this rapidly growing field. The certificate consists of 21 credits of […]
DSU Students Are Recognized at the Largest Mathematics Conference in the WorldFebruary 22, 2019
This prestigious award started off featuring less than 15 students and has grown more each year. DSU students not only had the opportunity to pride themselves with their hard work but also presented it to today’s leading mathematicians. For a complete list of the awardees and their ranks visit www.maa.org/programs.
Give Kids a Smile Event a Resounding SuccessFebruary 5, 2019
On Saturday February 2nd the Dixie State Dental Hygiene Clinic hosted the annual Southern Utah Give Kids a Smile event. The faculty, staff and students of the dental hygiene department in collaboration with local dentists and their staff volunteered to provide much needed oral health services to under served children from the Southern Utah community. The event was a phenomenal success providing over $27,000 of dental services to children in need.
Spring Career and Internship Fair Coming SoonJanuary 18, 2019
Get ready! The Spring Career and Internship Fair is quickly approaching. More than 37 companies from throughout the nation are coming to campus to search for interns and employees. The fair will be held on Thursday, January 31 from 10 to 2 in the Gardner Center Ballroom.
How IAS faculty are breaking down the boundaries between disciplinesNovember 27, 2018
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.”