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  • Learn About Professional Portrait Photography at the Next Dixie Forum
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    Published - 09/11/13 - 08:35 AM | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    St. George area photographer Nick Adams, who will present at the next DSU Dixie Forum on Tuesday, Sept. 17. (Photo Courtesy of Nick Adams/www.nickadams.com)
    St. George area photographer Nick Adams, who will present at the next DSU Dixie Forum on Tuesday, Sept. 17. (Photo Courtesy of Nick Adams/www.nickadams.com)
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    (ST. GEORGE, Utah) – Dixie State University’s weekly noontime “Dixie Forum: A Window on the World” forum continues this Tuesday, Sept. 17, with a glimpse into the world of photography as presented by award-winning photographer Nick Adams. The forum will begin at 12 noon, in the Dunford Auditorium of the Browning Resource Center on the DSU campus. Admission is free for all community members, DSU students, and faculty and staff.

    Adams worked for 10 years as a print photojournalist before opening his own studio in 2002. He, along with his wife Signe, now specialize in wedding, portrait, editorial and commercial photography. In addition, he serves as a photography instructor, both locally and at professional photography conventions.

    The weekly Dixie Forum series will continue its 2013 Fall Semester slate on Tuesday, Sept. 24, featuring “FBI Stories from a Former Agent,” presented by Bill Mathews, director of DSU’s Southwest Regional Computer Crimes Institute.

    For further information on DSU's Dixie Forum series, please contact DSU Forum coordinator John Burns at 435-879-4712 or at burns@dixie.edu.

    The remainder of the spring Dixie Forum schedule will be as follows. All forums will be Tuesdays (unless noted) at noon in the Dunford Auditorium:

    September 24 DSU-SWCCI Director Bill Mathews – “FBI Stories from a Former Agent”

    October 1 Professor Jiangwei Li, DSU Branch of U of U Confucius Institute

    “U of U Confucius Institute at DSU – Chinese Calligraphy”

    October 8 No Forum – DSU Fall Break

    October 15 Dr. Mark Jeffreys, DSU Associate Professor of Integrated Studies

    “Survival and Stability in a Rural Canadian Community”

    October 22 Dr. Randy Lewis, USTAR Professor of Biology, Utah State University

    “Spider Silk Research”

    October 29 DSU Faculty Member Shadman Bashir – “War, Terrorism and the Future”

    November 5 Financial Consultant Dana Telford – “The Billionaires Classroom”

    November 12 SUU Associate Professor of English Bryce Christensen

    “Of Sonnets and Subphylums: How Poetry Survives (or Dies) in a Scientific World”

    November 19 Debbie Zockoll – “The History and Story of the St. George Marathon”

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