Why science matters, for nonscientists; DSU Honors Lecture

ST. GEORGE – Dixie State University’s School of Humanities will host its second Honors Lecture series on Wednesday, with a presentation entitled “Why Science Matters for Non-Scientists,” by DSU alumnus and Hall of Famer Dr. Gregory Prince. The lecture will begin at noon, in the Zion Room of the DSU Holland Centennial Commons. The lecture is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served following the lecture.

Prince is a distinguished pathologist and researcher whose work has been critical in the prevention of the respiratory syncytial virus among high-risk infants. He is also a businessman, author and historian. Prince currently serves as chair of DSU’s National Advisory Council and was awarded an honorary doctorate’s degree in humanities by his alma mater in 2012. A 1967 valedictorian graduate of then-Dixie College, he attended the UCLA School of Dentistry from 1969-73, where he earned his doctorate degree in dental surgery and graduated as class valedictorian. He then completed his doctorate of philosophy degree in pathology at UCLA in 1975.

Event details and contact information
  • When: Oct. 23, noon
  • Where: Dixie State University campus, Zion Room (fifth floor) of the Holland Centennial Commons, 225 South 700 East, St. George
  • Contact: Dr. Melanie Hinton – 435-879-4351 or [email protected]

Submitted by: Dixie State University Public Relations Department

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