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100 Study Tips from College Students

By Southern Utah University on September 19, 2018

in Student Experience

Earning a college degree is a difficult, yet rewarding experience. You’ll need to dedicate hours to studying, researching, and learning your chosen major in order to become an expert in your field — but this doesn’t need to be a daunting task. We asked current students at Southern Utah University what their best study tips are and have compiled them here for you!

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Former President of Layton Construction Speaks in Entrepreneurship Class

On September 11th, 2018, Southern Utah University welcomed Alan S. Layton, former President of Layton Construction, as a speaker for the Entrepreneurship Speaker Series. The Entrepreneurship Speaker Series is a course on campus that invites various successful business owners and executives to present to the class each week. Speakers present on their accomplishments, challenges, and wisdom they’ve gained from their path to success.

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Utah Lobbyist Presents in Entrepreneurship Class

On September 4th, Southern Utah University welcomed Jodi Hart-Wilson, a prominent Utah lobbyist, as the first speaker of the semester for the Entrepreneurship Speaker Series. The Entrepreneurship Speaker Series is a course on campus that invites various successful business owners and executives to present to the class each week. Speakers present on their accomplishments, challenges, and wisdom they’ve gained from their path to success.

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Conversations You Should Have With Your Roommates

By Eric Kirby on August 29, 2018

in Housing, Student Experience

Living with roommates can be difficult. Set expectations now to avoid later frustration. The following Uloop.com ‘roommate check-in’ can help you establish appropriate expectations and parameters with your roommates:

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10 Student Goals for a New School Year

Check out suutbirds on SlideShare The start of a new school year comes with change and growth - you're a year older and a year wiser.  With so many resources on campus, now is the time to utilize different opportunities, excel at your studies and become a more dedicated Thunderbird. Here are 10 simple goals for students at Southern Utah University.

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A New Way to Game

After being diagnosed with a life threatening, unique metabolic disorder that caused him to lose most of his vision, Thomas Sorensen, a California Native, defied all odds and is pioneering a new way to play open source software video games.

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Future Doctor Honored as COSE Valedictorian

Jacob Lambertsen is proud to represent the College of Science and Engineering as the 2018 Valedictorian. Lambertsen is a double major, studying biology and chemistry while maintaining an almost perfect GPA.

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Spreading Optimism Through LDS Home Decor

Fellow marketing majors and best friends, Samantha Amor and Camille Forbes, center their life around their religion, family, and inspiring others.

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Student Entrepreneur Reinvents the Stitch

The SUU Entrepreneurship Program has aided the efforts of a number of successful entrepreneurs. Among them is Christopher Christiansen, a senior biology/pre-med major from St. George, Utah who noticed a problem with current medical practices while working in a local emergency room.

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Student Musician Heads to Europe

Toquerville native Eli Wrankle is not your typical college student. A classically trained violinist, the sophomore music major comes from a family of artists. Their encouragement and love of music led Eli to become one of the founding members of a band that has played professionally in England, Scotland, and all over the western United States.

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