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DSU students create the University’s first animated short film

A team of ART and CIT students have finished work on “Roofus Makes a Mess,” DSU’s first short animated film.

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Executive director of HR receives regional excellence award

Travis Rosenberg, the executive director of human resources at DSU, has been awarded the Western Region HR Excellence award from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR). This regional award honors transformative HR work in higher education, recognizing individuals who have provided leadership resulting in significant and ongoing organizational change within their […]

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St. George Physician Assistant program receives accreditation

The University of Utah and Dixie State University have teamed up to bring a PA program to St. George

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Professor Del Parson recognized by arts commission

Dixie State University Professor of Art Del Parson was honored with the 2018 Award of Excellence in the Arts. The St. George Arts Commission, Mayor Jon Pike, and the city council presented Parson with the award, honoring his artistic work and impact on the arts community of Southern Utah. “I was honored to receive this […]

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Professor Rico Del Sesto awarded a Technology Acceleration Grant

Dr. Rico Del Sesto, assistant professor of chemistry at Dixie State University, was one of eight university researchers awarded funding for technological research, therefore exhibiting the innovative spirit of DSU.

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DSU to host emergency preparedness drills

Dixie State will be hosting The Great ShakeOut and Stop The Bleed to help the community be prepared for a crisis.

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Health & Human Performance faculty showcase “active learning. active life.”

Dixie State University’s Health & Human Performance faculty have been exemplifying “active learning. active life.” by showcasing their talents and research throughout the community. Joseph Lovell, assistant professor of recreation management, received a statewide outstanding professional academic award from the Utah Recreation and Sports Association for his exceptional accomplishments at DSU and in the community. […]

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Dental Hygiene Students Provide Free Preventative Sealants for Children

Dental decay is one of the most prevalent oral diseases in the United States today, and one of the best ways to prevent this is through the application of dental sealants on the surfaces of children’s teeth before the teeth are subject to decay. Our students have the opportunity to prepare for their future career path by engaging in this experience alongside faculty and four local dentists who will all be generously donating their time to assist in this event.

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Rodeo team opens spring season with strong showing

Dixie State University’s club rodeo team is off to a great start after participating in its first rodeo of the season on March 3. “We had a great weekend in Salina at the Snow College rodeo,” Guy Salisbury, coach of the rodeo team, said. “We are just getting started with these young athletes and it […]

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Washington County Water Conservancy District Offers Internship for Students

Looking for great students for paid Internship for Washington County Water Conservancy District

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