Welcome to the TEDxUSU 2014: Friction!
After a successful sophomore event, we have worked tirelessly to improve our audience experience in the biggest, best ways possible moving into our third year. TEDxUSU has exploded to include 19 presentations, performances and recordings packed into one half-day conference, representing the most thought-provoking content the TEDxUSU team could curate that showcases our commitment to “ideas worth spreading.” Tickets for TEDxUSU 2014 will be $20 for the general public and $15 for current USU students, and will go on sale Oct. 15.
This year’s program is a half-day conference divided into three sessions. The first and third session will be headlined by Olympic silver medalist Noelle Pikus Pace and award-winning author Orson Scott Card, and will feature talks given by Utah State faculty and students.
New this year is an interactive second session where attendees will mingle with TEDxUSU speakers, network with fellow audience members, view innovative exhibits and presentations, and help create artistic compositions. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served.
Know someone who should speak at TEDxUSU 2015? Let us know.
The TEDxUSU team is currently accepting nominations for TEDxUSU 2015 speakers. Nominate yourself, a favorite teacher, a USU faculty member, a celebrity -anyone you’d like by clicking here: