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Author: Lexi Carter

Lexi Carter is currently a marketing student at Southern Utah University. Working as a writer for the school, she helps promote, advertise and display how awesome Thunderbirds can be. When she isn't studying or writing, she can be found watching Doctor Who, taking care of her pet hedgehog Merlin or rocking out to Five Finger Death Punch, the Les Miserables soundtrack and Garth Brooks.

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6 Iconic Spots to Take Graduation Photos at SUU

By Lexi Carter on April 24, 2018

in Graduation

Among the many reasons to get professional photos taken of yourself, graduating from one of the best universities in the world is a pretty good one. It's a nice way to commemorate your time at a place that changed your life. Plus, a nice professional headshot might come in handy when you're looking for a job. 

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Meet Our Professors: Bruce Howard, Chemistry

As an SUU alum, Dr. Bruce Howard shares his university pride and passion for chemistry daily with students. Teaching at SUU since 2002, Howard pushes students to think critically and develop analytical skills about chemistry, biology and the world around them.

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President's Podcast: Project-Based Learning

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities.

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President's Podcast: Storytelling

By Lexi Carter on February 26, 2018

in Campus Resources, President's Corner

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities. In Episode 13, President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith talk with Mindy Benson, Vice President of Alumni and Community Relations, about some of Southern Utah University’s stories and the importance of storytelling in communication.

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President's Podcast: Restoring Confidence in Government

By Lexi Carter on February 12, 2018

in Campus Resources, President's Corner

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities. In Episode 12, President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith talk with faculty expert Dr. Ravi Roy, professor of political science and public administration, about the political discourse in current American climate and how that affects the way people feel about government.

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President's Podcast: Olympic History

By Lexi Carter on February 05, 2018

in Campus Resources, President's Corner

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities. In Episode 11, President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith talk with faculty expert Dr. David Lunt, who specializes in Greek History and Olympic/athletic history and teaches in the SUU History, Sociology, and Anthropology Department.

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President's Podcast: Text Book Costs & Open Texts

By Lexi Carter on January 29, 2018

in Faculty, President's Corner

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities. In Episode 10, President Scott L Wyatt, Professor Steve Meredith, and Dr. Richard Saunders discuss the affordability of higher education, specifically the cost of textbooks and how SUU is reducing costs for students.

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President's Podcast: Diversity

By Lexi Carter on January 22, 2018

in Campus Resources, President's Corner

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities. In Episode 9, President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith discuss the importance of diversity in leadership positions, especially in the field of higher education.

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President's Podcast: Jumpstart Retention

By Lexi Carter on January 09, 2018

in Campus Resources, President's Corner

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities. In Episode 8, President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith discuss retention rates of students who have gone through Southern Utah University’s Jumpstart General Education Program.

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Math Student Selected for Prestigious Astrophysics Fellowship

Morgan Taylor’s passion for the universe and her perseverance in the classroom have qualified her to participate in the prestigious Los Alamos National Laboratory Undergraduate Student Program in June. A highly regarded science research internship, Taylor gained remarkable hands-on experience at Los Alamos, which complements her studies in mathematics at Southern Utah University.

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