Seth Dixon is a geography professor at Rhode Island College within the Political Science Department and serves as the coordinator for the Rhode Island Geography Education Alliance. Recently he started blogging for National Geographic Education to expand his audience in his personal mission to share geography education resources to the whole world. Additionally, he also teaches courses periodically for both Salve Regina University and Elmhurst College. Having earned geography degrees at Pennsylvania State University and Brigham Young University, he has researched the cultural and historical geographies of Mexico City’s monuments.
He can most easily be followed and reached via Twitter @ProfessorDixon.
September 22, 2013 at 12:45 pm
Love your posts. I teach language and linguistics. Do you know of a good way for me to post/tweet your lang/ling-related posts to my students, or to point them toward them? You’ve got a lot, which I really appreciate. Thanks a lot. Jeff Ruth firstname.lastname@example.org
August 31, 2015 at 8:02 am
Dr Dixon is truly one of my geography education heroes. He is one of the finest geographers we have in academia today.