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Professor of Music Dr. Nancy Allred named Music Teachers National Association fellow

Dixie State University’s associate dean of the College of the Arts was recently honored by the Music Teachers National Association as a Foundation Fellow during the association’s 2022 virtual conference. Dr. Nancy Allred, who also serves as the college’s director of piano studies and a professor of music, was honored for her contributions to music […]

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Dixie State University Police become Utah’s First ABLE agency to help prevent misconduct

In a move to prevent misconduct, avoid mistakes and promote officer wellness, Dixie State University Police recently became the first agency in Utah to gain Active Bystander for Law Enforcement certification. A nationwide best-practice initiative for law enforcement, the ABLE Project is a hub for training, technical assistance and research with the aim of creating […]

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Dixie State University to host presentation on liberal arts’ role in a technological world

Explaining how interactions between the humanities and the sciences are “two cultures conjoined,” venture capitalist and author Scott Hartley will present a lecture at Dixie State University on Feb. 10. In line with Dixie State’s human-centered approach to technology that includes active learning within all academic disciplines, Hartley’s presentation will assess how the world benefits […]

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DSU continues to offer community-wide lectures as part of Dixie Forum series

Designed to introduce the Southern Utah community to diverse ideas and personalities while widening their worldviews, Dixie State University’s weekly lecture series, Dixie Forum, is getting underway for the Spring 2022 semester. The 50-minute presentations take place at noon most Tuesdays during Dixie State’s academic semester in the Dunford Auditorium, located in the Browning Resource […]

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Love Communications shares findings from name recommendation focus groups with DSU

After facilitating 47 focus group discussions with more than 300 key stakeholders, Love Communications has shared the resulting findings with the Dixie State University Name Recommendation Committee. Love, the communication firm the University is partnering with for the recommendation process, asked focus group participants a series of open-ended questions. Prompts were based on the results of […]

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Dixie State University’s name recommendation survey open to community

Offering the community an opportunity to provide input on the Dixie State University name exploration process, the Name Recommendation Committee is launching an open survey. Created and managed by Love Communications, the Salt Lake City-based communication firm the University is partnering with for the name exploration process, the survey will be available April 1-13. The […]

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Dixie State University Board of Trustees begins name recommendation process

Following directives from the Utah State Legislature, Dixie State University’s Board of Trustees Executive Committee is beginning the name exploration process by forming a committee charged with recommending a name for the institution in consultation with the Utah Board of Higher Education. The Name Recommendation Committee will review options for the institution’s name, provide opportunities […]

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Dixie State University to present a walking gallery of dance, a unique concert experience

Reimagining how to safely present dance during a pandemic, Dixie State University’s Dance Program is offering Dance in Concert: On Location, a walking gallery of dance performances, for its annual faculty dance concert. Featuring four separate free performances, Dance in Concert: On Location is set to take place at 6 and 7:30 each evening on […]

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Juanita Brooks Lecture Series to host Pulitzer Prizer winner Dr. Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Dixie State University Library’s 38th annual Juanita Brooks Lecture Series will host Dr. Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, who is most recognized for coining the popular phrase, “Well-behaved women rarely make history.” Dr. Ulrich will explore the Southern Utah murder of Olivia Coombs, whose admitted killer, George Wood, was granted a full pardon three years after he […]

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Dixie State University to host a forum on metal 3D printing

Discussing the opportunities and implications of additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, engineer Rob Smith will be the featured speaker at the next installment of Dixie State University’s weekly lecture series, Dixie Forum: A Window on the World. Smith will present “What Can We Really Expect from Metal 3D Printing?” at noon on Tuesday, […]

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