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STEM Summer Camps on Campus!

The campus is a-buzz this summer with STEM summer camps. Students on campus are MAKING, CODING, DANCING, and EXPLORING. Check out stem.dixie.edu to find out more!

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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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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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Rockin’ Tech at the Atwood Innovation Plaza

Interns from the College of Science, Engineering and Technology teach programming at micro:bit club.

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Professor Vinodh Chellamuthu Selected as a Fellow for National Initiative

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 […]

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Biotechnology at Dixie State University

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 […]

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Students are invited to submit work to Undergraduate Research Symposium

Students who are involved in research, innovation, creative projects are invited to submit abstracts to present their work at the 2nd Regional Symposium for Innovation, Creativity, and Research on April 18, 2019, on DSU campus.  Symposium.  The symposium is an annual event hosted by the Dixie State University Undergraduate Research Office (URO).  All DSU students, faculty, staff, […]

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Integrated Studies student work published in interdisciplinary journal

Sefilina Skelton, class of 2018, majored in Integrated Studies with emphasis areas in Biology and Chemistry. Sefilina’s senior capstone project was recently published in Utah Valley University’s Intersections journal. Dr. Chelsea McCracken spoke with Sefilina to learn more about her published research.

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