TEDxTU

A Conversation With Nine Innovative and Fascinating Speaker

Information Session

  • Friday, March 11, 2016 - 6:00pm

Join us for TEDxTU next Thursday, March 10th, at 6 pm for a night cutting edge conversation with nine innovative and fascinating speakers. Speakers/topics include:

Reflecting on the Global Refugee Crisis- a humanitarian aid worker on the front lines of the Syrian refugee crisis in Greece

The intersection of race and architecture in public art and social impact design in New Orleans

The “Untold Story” of a Black Tulane student athlete

Power and inequality in Nicaragua, and what a Nicaraguan Tulane student is doing about it

How to form, maintain and lose social bonds- a scientist discusses peer rejection and love 

Roots of Renewal— how Tulane students developed a holistic community development organization in Central City for young adults who were formerly incarcerated

Living One’s Truth- Founding member of KIPP Renaissance High School’s LGBTQ club discusses identity and acceptance 

Student activism and sexual assault at Tulane 

Cinematography and documentary film in NOLA

Click here to reserve your free seat or purchase a VIP premium pass. Please invite colleagues, friends and family to join the Facebook Event and help promote via social media. 

TEDxTU is an independently organized TED event in New Orleans which works to inspire action in the local community through the celebration, cultivation, and innovation of ideas worth spreading. These ideas are shared in an open format which brings the public together to stimulate social change in a tangible way. 

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