Welcome to the TEDxUSU!
With more support than ever before, the 3rd annual TEDxUSU concluded on Oct. 29 a resounding success. Tickets sold out in less than 10 minutes, #TEDxUSU trended on Twitter, and hundreds of participants came away mentally stimulated as they engaged with and heard from 17 speakers from around the country and USU. Soon, you will be able to watch (or rewatch) these talks for yourself, and participate in sharing TEDxUSU’s “ideas worth spreading.”
Watch TEDxUSU 2014 Online
The week before finals at USU, commonly known as “dead week,” is typically a time of exhaustion for students recovering from a semester’s worth of homework, team projects and intense deadlines as they prepare to take their last tests. This winter, the TEDxUSU team is reimagining dead week…this winter, #DeadWeekisTEDWeek.
From Dec. 1-6, several talks a day will be released from the TEDxUSU: Friction conference. You can hear from speakers such as olympic medalist Noelle Pikus Pace and award-winning author Orson Scott Card, and a dozen brilliant students and faculty from Utah State University. Invigorate your mind, have discussions with friends, share the talks…and make this the best dead week you’ve ever seen.
Know someone who should speak at TEDxUSU 2015? Let us know.
A big part of the success of TEDxUSU is dynamic speakers with awesome ideas. Do you know someone – a teacher, friend, celebrity, yourself – you’d like to nominate for TEDxUSU? Click here: