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Dixie CryptoCamp

What is it? This camp is intended for students who are interested in math and computer science as well as making and breaking ciphers and codes. Students will learn the basics of classical and modern mathematical cryptography in a hands-on, applied setting. They will learn to write code to both set up and to break […]

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Sciencepalooza

What is it? Sciencepalooza is a one-day event held every spring at the St. George Recreation Center. Families are invited to participate in fun, hands-on STEM activities. How to participate? The event is usually held the second Saturday of April. There is a $5 fee for children, which includes a t-shirt, drawstring bag, and projects. […]

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Coding Zendō

What it is  The future is here! Learn to build and code a personal home assistant. Connect to the internet, interface with social media, play music, control your world with a device designed and built by you for you. Students will keep what they make. Interest in computers a must but no experience necessary.  How […]

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micro:bit Club

What it is The BBC micro:bit is a micro-computer that uses drag and drop programming to help students create innovative projects. The micro:bit club at Dixie State University meets for three five-week sessions each year at the Atwood Innovation Plaza Makerspace. What We Do Micro:bit Club gives students an introduction to physical computing. Students experiment […]

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RED ROCK MATH CIRCLE (R² MC)

What it is Red Rock Math Circle, (R2 MC) at Dixie State University, in conjunction with more than 200 other active Math Circles across the country provides opportunities for students to enjoy math outside of their school curriculum. This program is funded by MAA (Mathematical Association of America) Dolciani Mathematics Enrichment Grant Program. What We […]

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Society for Range Management Natural Resource Camp

What it is For high school students who have an interest in learning about natural resource management. The Utah Range Camp is unique in providing students with a complete picture of the natural resources system (soil, water, plants, and animals), with an emphasis on the use and management of Utah’s rangelands. What we do Camp […]

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Biology Speaker giving demostration to students with a skeleton

SUU PREP

What we do SUU PREP is a FREE academic summer program that provides three summers of rigorous academic instruction, educational hands-on projects, challenging classwork assignments, and daily career awareness for 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students who have an interest and aptitude in Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Mathematics fields. SUU PREP strives to provide opportunities […]

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TECS Summer Camp

What We Do Dates: Monday, June 11 – Thursday, June 14, 2018 Students, ages 14-18, in the southwestern region of the United States who are interested in technology, engineering or computer science are invited to come to Southern Utah University for the Technology, Engineering and Computer Science (TECS) Summer Camp. Students will experience “college life” […]

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KIDS BEGINNING PROGRAMMING CLUB

What is it Programming in Scratch 4H Club (10 week course for 5-7th graders) Classes are held at the Smith Computer Center at Dixie State University, by DSU faculty. What We Do This course is an introduction to computer science using the programming language Scratch, developed by MIT. Starting with the basics of using Scratch, […]

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INTERMEDIATE PROGRAMMING CLUB

What is it Python 4-H Club, Part 1 (10 week course for 8-10th graders) Classes are held at the Smith Computer Center at Dixie State University, by DSU faculty. What We Do This club will provide an in-depth look at the details of Python layers and concepts. We will explore data types and variables, take a look […]

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