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DSU assistant professor publishes new book

Chatwin Books is proud to release the first major survey of the life and work of Utah artist Gaell Lindstrom (1919-2009).

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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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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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Las Vegas & Southern California Career Tour

What are you doing over Spring Break? Join Career Services on Career Tour to Las Vegas and Southern California. We will network and connect you to employers including:
Edward Life Sciences, Scientific Games, Houzz, and more!

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Spring Career and Internship Fair Coming Soon

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.

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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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Come See What Our English Faculty
Members Have Published

Did you know that DSU’s English professors do more than just teach? They are poets, writers, and scholars, and some of their work is on display right now!

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Learn how to be a successful business owner for free at DSU

For any local community members who own a business/are interested in ever starting a business: the Business Resource Center @ DSU is putting on an open house to showcase our services, including free business consultations, trainings, events, and resources. This Wednesday, September 26th from 4-6 PM. It will be held in Gardner Center Ballroom @ DSU.

There will be booths from the BRC partner organizations, as well as local business service providers. Come talk with the experts about your business goals, dreams, and plans, and we’ll get you connected with the right resources!

The event is free, catered, and open house-style – people can come when they want and leave when they want. It’s a great opportunity to better acquaint yourself with an awesome free resource that DSU offers!

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A Mentor can Offer the Support You Need

Learn how to find and develop a mentoring relationship that will not only support you through challenges but also increase your future success.

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DSU to offer Certified Nonprofit
Professional credential

Certified Nonprofit Professional certifications are backed by a 95% job placement rate, reduced learning curve of 2 years, and are 7 times more likely to hold high level director positions (NLA).

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