In case you missed it!
Our March 2 TEDxCSU conference was a huge success. All of our speakers did a great job and it was wonderful to see the community come together to share ideas worth spreading.
If you didn’t get to attend TEDxCSU: Expanding Your Perspectives, don’t worry. We are hosting a second-chance screening where we will play five of the talks shown at the conference.
All of the talks given by the speakers were recorded live and can be now viewed on YouTube!
If you didn’t get to go to the event, make sure you don’t miss this unique opportunity to be a part of the TEDxCSU experience!
What: TEDxCSU is hosting a FREE screening to showcase some of the talks at this year’s conference.
Where: Behavioral Sciences Auditorium
The auditorium is located in room 131, in the west part of the building.
When: May 2, 2013
Time: 6 p.m.– 8 p.m.
The event will consist of two sessions of original TEDtalks split by one intermission. During the intermission, guests will be urged to interact with each other to discuss their passions and perspectives on the topics being presented in the videos.
The following talks will be shown at the screening:
Brooke “Queen Bee” Yates: The Power of Receiving
Wes O’rourke: BEarth-day – The Gift that Gives
Juwon Melvin: Should You Make Money or Make a Difference
Michael Steger: What Makes Life Meaningful
Josh Kaufman: The First 20 Hours – How to Learn Anything
If you would like to become a part of the TEDxCSU team, this is a great opportunity to find out more about us and how you can apply!