Due to the campus response to the COVID-19 outbreak, The Dixie Forum will be presented virtually during the Fall Semester 2020 and Spring Semester 2021. We have a tremendous line-up of talented guests for you to enjoy. Thank you for your patronage and we look forward to a special online edition of The Dixie Forum with a fall schedule of outstanding guests and fascinating topics.
Click the "Schedule of Guests" tabs to view the schedule of guests.
Click the "Recordings" tabs to view each guest presentation recording online.
Welcome to The Dixie Forum at Dixie State University!
If you have not been to The Dixie Forum...you are missing out!
The Dixie Forum is like a mini TedTalks and I would like to personally invite you to come join us, Tuesdays, in the fall and spring, for a window on your world.
The Dixie Forum hosts guests to speak, here on campus, on a wide range of topics from a variety of disciplines. Enjoy each guest as they present the latest advancements they are making in the world. From fine art to science and everything in between, you will experience amazing people doing fascinating work.
Come Tuesday each week, at noon, to the Dunford Auditorium on campus and enjoy a window on the world!
Bring 100 people with you! The Dixie Forum is always free and open to all.
Students can sign up for a 1-credit repeatable course (LLS 1000R) and get even more out of The Dixie Forum! Email me for details.
Lastly, anyone can join our emailing list for free and get access to a weekly email containing the official campus press release. This weekly email includes details about each guest, their presentation topic with details, and a headshot photo. If you would like to join our emailing list, please email me using the link on the right (under my floating head) and include the email address you would like to use (if different from the one you contacted me with) and your first and last name.
John Burns, MLIS
Chair, Dixie Forum Committee