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Student Entrepreneur Creates Textbook BuyBack Program

By Cami Mathews on February 21, 2017

in Students, Student Projects

As an aspiring entrepreneur, Noah Evans has a passion for connecting with others. A senior majoring in marketing at Southern Utah University, Noah has been able to learn from the best and use his education to start his first business venture with a target market of those he knows well - college students.

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Bridge Program Offers Fast Track to Graduate Degree

The Graduate Bridge program at Southern Utah University is an ideal path for students who are strongly considering earning a master’s degree or graduate certificate. The Graduate Bridge program, which includes Master of Public Administration, Master of Professional Communication, Master of Cyber Security, select courses from the Music Technology program, and a variety of certificates and endorsements, allows undergraduate students to experience graduate classes while

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Last Minute Valentine’s Gifts:  Show Your Love T-Bird-Style

By Southern Utah University on February 13, 2017

in Students, Campus Resources

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Art Student Showcases Work in Professional Museum

By Cami Mathews on February 13, 2017

in Students, Student Projects

Michelle Allen of Monticello, Utah, received a bachelor of fine arts degree in illustration from Southern Utah University in December. To earn her degree, Michelle was required to complete the final step of her undergraduate career by featuring artwork in the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) fall showcase in the Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA).

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Outdoor Internship Program Celebrates 10 Years

By Abigail Wyatt on February 10, 2017

in Students, Outdoors

Southern Utah University’s Intergovernmental Internship Cooperative (IIC) is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. Collaborating with agency partners including the U.S. Forest Service, National Parks Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Paiute tribe, the co-op has placed more than 1,300 interns in addition to facilitating employment and volunteer opportunities.

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School of Business Offers Free Tax Assistance to Community

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) at Southern Utah University is ready for another year of helping Cedar City residents prepare their taxes. Free of charge to anyone with an annual income of $53,000 or less, VITA services are also available to persons with disabilities, elderly, and limited English-speaking taxpayers in need of assistance.

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Beyond the Wall: The Border as Spectacle and Performance

By Southern Utah University on February 07, 2017

in Students, Campus Resources

SUU Convocations is proud to present the award-winning, independent film maker, Cristina Ibarra. She will be presenting in the Gilbert Great Hall in the Hunter Conference Center, on February 9 at 11:30 a.m. Ibarra will be discussing her new film, Las Marthas. The film takes place near her hometowns, taking a closer look at the Hispanic and Colonial traditions that have been taking place for over a century. As is the case with all of the SUU Convocation Series, this

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Bob Schieffer Slated for Commencement

By Southern Utah University on February 06, 2017

in Students, Graduation

Emmy-award winning political commentator and TV journalist Bob Schieffer is slated to be Southern Utah University’s 2017 Commencement speaker. Schieffer will address the graduating class on Friday, April 28.

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5 Benefits of Summer Classes

If you like the idea of catching up or moving ahead in your curriculum, summer classes offer opportunities and benefits you’ll want to consider. Most importantly, SUU can help you spend your summer smarter while leaving plenty of time for enjoying outdoor adventure in a location that draws millions of world travelers each summer.

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Student Leader Engages Fraternity to Help Fight Cancer

By Samantha Burfiend on February 06, 2017

in Students, Student Projects

Ryan Bailey, a senior majoring in communication at Southern Utah University, has found a passion for working on projects that he would say are bigger than himself. As president of SUU’s Sigma Chi chapter, the Monticello, Utah native has developed an interest in higher education leadership and teamwork. These invaluable skills have all lead him to success at the university and in his fraternity.  

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