Dixie State College President Stephen D. Nadauld to Address DSC Colleagues Meeting This Monday

ST. GEORGE – Dixie State College of Utah President Dr. Stephen D. Nadauld will address the final President’s Colleagues of Dixie State meeting this Monday, May 2. The meeting will begin at 12 noon, in Room 156 of the DSC Russell C. Taylor Health Science Center, located on the Dixie Regional Medical Center’s River Road campus at 1526 Medical Center Drive. The meeting is free and open to the public.

President Nadauld will give his “State of the College” address, including information about the Centennial Celebration, an update on the construction of the Holland Centennial Commons building, DSC degree offerings, the impact of legislative action on the college, and the upcoming 100th Commencement Exercises on May 6th, among other topics. He will also answer questions following the presentation.

Dr. Stephen D. Nadauld was appointed interim president of Dixie State College of Utah on March 27, 2008, and formally inaugurated as DSC’s 17th President two years later on March 19, 2010. Previously, he had served as president of Weber State University from 1985 to 1990. Dr. Nadauld has held several positions at BYU’s Marriott Graduate School of Management, including director of the Master of Business Administration program from 1980-1983, and assistant and associate professor of finance from 1976-1983. Nadauld has also served as an instructor of finance at both the University of California-Berkeley and the University of Utah.

A native of Idaho Falls, Idaho, Nadauld earned his Ph.D. from the University of California-Berkeley, a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School, and a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, with minors in Mathematics, Physics and French from BYU. He has also attended the University of Idaho and Ricks College. In addition, he currently serves as a board member for the O.C. Tanner Corporation and the Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority.

The President’s Colleagues of Dixie State College, founded 18 years ago by former DSC President Dr. Douglas Alder, is a group of retired professors and other professionals who live mostly in the St. George and Washington County area. Dr. Alder, who also started an Honors Program at DSC, organized the Colleagues as a way to increase academic activities on campus.

The Colleagues series will return for the 2011-12 academic on Monday, October 3rd.

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