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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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