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News from the SUU Women's Network, April 2019

By SUU Women's Network on April 16, 2019

in Cedar City

The Southern Utah University Women’s Network (SUUWN) is wrapping up a year of advocacy, professional development, and networking. As an affiliate of the Utah Women in Higher Education Network (UWHEN), SUUWN provides opportunities for professional support among all women on our campuses, celebrating success, perpetuating laudable campus traditions, and advocating for the institutions' female employees concerning issues relevant to their campus experience, professional

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Meet Our Professors: Krystal McCoy, Music

Dr. Krystal McCoy knew she wanted to teach from a young age and earned a bachelor’s degree in music education, a master’s in choral conducting and a doctorate of musical art in music education to fulfill that dream.

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Meet SUU's Grounds Division

By Kenzie Lundberg on March 25, 2019

in Cedar City, Campus Resources

The Grounds division of Facilities Management works to preserve and enhance the natural beauty of Southern Utah University’s campus. Focusing on the beautification and maintenance of campus grounds, the Grounds team provides landscape design, tree pruning, maintaining lawns, sprinkler installation, snow removal (starting as early as 3 a.m.), pedestrian safety, heavy equipment operation, pest and invasive species removal, and parking lot maintenance.

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News from the SUU Women's Network, March 2019

By SUU Women's Network on March 25, 2019

in Cedar City

As the spring semester comes to a quick close, the Southern Utah University Women’s Network (SUUWN) is wrapping up a year of advocacy, professional development, and networking. As an affiliate of the Utah Women in Higher Education Network (UWHEN), SUUWN provides opportunities for professional support among all women on our campuses, celebrating success, perpetuating laudable campus traditions, and advocating for the institutions' female employees concerning issues

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Meet Our Professors: Wendy Sanders, Theatre Arts

Wendy Sanders found her love for costume design early in her life while completing the requirements for a Girl Scout merit badge. During her junior year in high school, while taking college courses in theatre, she decided to make it her career. Wendy earned both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in technical theatre and design, then went on to teach.

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SUU on the Hill: 2019 Utah Legislative Session Comes to a Close

By Alexandra White on March 18, 2019

in Cedar City, SUU Politics

Utah legislators ended the 2019 session Thursday, March 14 after awarding Southern Utah University with funding for exciting new projects and programs which will be implemented in the next year.

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SUU on the Hill: Higher Education on the Hill Day

By Alexandra White on March 11, 2019

in Cedar City, SUU Politics

Leaders in the higher education community including university presidents, regents, students, and the first group of college access advisors, came together to meet and enjoy lunch with Utah legislators and promote a new college access advising initiative.

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Meet Our Professors: Jeff Orton, Accounting

A Cedar City native, Jeff Orton grew up surrounded by the sights, sounds, and fanfare that make Festival City, USA recognizable. But he never could have predicted that he would find work as a professional in residence in the very same college he attended in his own young adulthood.

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More Than Just Copies -- Ways To Use the Copy & Post

If there’s one thing true of all college students, it’s that we do things at the last minute. Forgot to print something? Need to make copies for your group? Doing a project and need a super random thing? The SUU Copy & Post can help fix all of your paper problems!

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SUU On The Hill: 4 Reasons Why You Should Intern as a Student

College is a time for learning. Some students may come to learn how to be an accountant or teacher, some come to learn to be independent, and some come to learn how to be the life of the party. Regardless of a student’s educational goal, we are all here to learn and better prepare ourselves for the next chapter in our lives.

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