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SUU on the Hill: Halfway Mark for the Legislative Session

By Alexandra White on February 25, 2019

in Cedar City, SUU Politics

We have just hit the halfway mark for the 2019 legislative session! It’s been a crazy and busy adventure but also very rewarding. I’m so excited to see what the next half brings.

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Why You Need to Vote in SUU Elections

By Cami Mathews on February 25, 2019

in Student Experience, SUU Politics

Campus election season is upon us and it’s time to focus on why your vote matters. Changes have been made to the election process, candidates are gearing up for a hectic week, but none of it matters unless you vote.

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Meet Our Professors: Steven Swift, Art & Design

As a lecturer of art at Southern Utah University, Steven Swift is following two of his passions: teaching and the arts. From working with his students to sharing new technologies and advancements in the arts, he hopes to share the value of learning with his students.

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News from the SUU Women's Network, February 2019

By Kenzie Lundberg on February 22, 2019

in Cedar City

This spring, the Southern Utah University Women’s Network (SUUWN) is continuing its initiative to promote education and professional development through a variety of events, panels, and conversations. 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

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Meet SUU's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

By Kenzie Lundberg on February 21, 2019

in Cedar City, Campus Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) supports the psychological growth and development of the diverse Southern Utah University community. Through preventive and therapeutic services and programs, CAPS promotes academic excellence, involvement, personal growth, and social responsibility across the SUU campus.

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Managing Sickness and Chronic Illness in College

By Savannah Byers on February 20, 2019

in Student Experience, Campus Resources

Being sick is terrible when you’re home with family likely willing to help you. Believe it or not, sickness can be even worse when you are in college and left to fend for yourself. Here’s SUU’s guide on how to handle being sick in college.

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When Your Cough Turns Into Something Worse: Unexpected Illness in College

By Savannah Byers on February 20, 2019

in Student Experience, Campus Resources

Attending college is difficult no matter what. So what do you do if you’re combating a serious illness or disease? This is SUU’s guide to managing major illness in college.

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Meet Our Professors: Jana Lunt, Math Education

Dr. Jana Lunt got her first taste for math education as a tutor in high school. Now as an associate professor of mathematics at Southern Utah University, she helps students understand how to teach math to others, specifically students wanting to become math teachers themselves.

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What to Share on Your LinkedIn Profile

By Cayley Hand on February 15, 2019

in School of Business, Student Experience

After you have built your profile and started to make connections, you’ll want to start sharing content with your audience. Here are some tips of things you can post on your personal LinkedIn profile.

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10 Hidden Features on LinkedIn You Should Be Using

By Cayley Hand on February 15, 2019

in School of Business, Student Experience

LinkedIn is an everyday tool for most people in business, but there are a lot of features users still don’t know about. Here are some tips on how to utilize a few of the resources available on LinkedIn.

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5 Ways to Connect with People on LinkedIn

By Cayley Hand on February 15, 2019

in School of Business, Student Experience

Now that your profile is refined, it’s time to start connecting with people on LinkedIn.

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How to Build Your LinkedIn Profile

By Cayley Hand on February 14, 2019

in School of Business, Student Experience

Building your online presence can be extremely hard with outlets like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. Another option for students that will benefit your long-term goals is LinkedIn.

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SUU on the Hill: Intern David Rodgers

By Alexandra White on February 11, 2019

in Cedar City, SUU Politics

David Rodgers, a senior Criminal Justice major, came to Southern Utah University because of the personalized education it offers students. This semester he has the opportunity to fulfill that promise by serving as a legislative intern at the Utah State Capitol.

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Meet Our Professors: Kris Phillips, Philosophy

To his students Dr. Kris Phillips is more than just an assistant professor of philosophy at SUU. He is engaging, hilarious, personable and is always there for them in and out of the classroom.

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SUU on the Hill: A Day in the Life of SUU Interns

By Alexandra White on February 04, 2019

in Cedar City, SUU Politics

I’ve been working at the capitol for one week now during which I’ve had the opportunity to take on all sorts of projects and assignments from running Donna Law’s social media accounts to setting up daily luncheons and meetings.

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