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This new center will provide six primary services: PLC participation, curriculum reviews, departmental instructor training, classroom observations, student work sample reviews, and reviews of student course evaluations.
Dixie Tech collaborates with over 200 local industry partners in Washington County. These companies and organizations advise us on our curriculum, provide input on developing new programs, and are the primary employers of our graduates.
The Utah Board of Higher Education selected Jordan Rushton as the third president of Dixie Technical College today, following an extensive national search. Rushton has served as interim president of Dixie Tech since April 2022.
“I love the hands-on learning part of the program,” said William Barlow, a senior at Crimson Cliffs. “It’s been really satisfying to try things and figure them out.”
Heather's most significant adjustment wasn’t going back to school at the young age of 45 or balancing being a mom and student; it was the new technology and complex computer programs.
“I’m excited and honored to serve in this capacity,” Rushton said. “President Stephens has been a fierce advocate for technical education, and I’m committed to continuing the vital work here at Dixie Tech.”