TEDx Terry Talks 2014 – Tickets

Design by Hayley Gregg, Jessica Mann & Talal al Salem /Terry Project)

Design by Hayley Gregg, Jessica Mann & Talal al Salem /Terry Project)


Tickets? Available here

We are pleased to announce that the TEDx Terry Talks will return for its 7th year on October 25th, 2014. Held in the beautiful Life Sciences Institute,  this annual campus event brings UBC’s brightest students together to give the talk of their lives. Based on the TED model, the TEDx Terry talks are a student conference where UBC’s very own bright and talented students have the opportunity to express their passions. The conference has become one of the most prominent and well-attended student events on campus, drawing an audience of nearly 400. 

When? Saturday, October, 25th (Registration starts at 9:00am and ends at 9:45am) 

Where? Life Sciences Institute, UBC


TEDx Terry Talks  – 2014 Speakers (titles subject to revision)


Undergraduate:

  • Swinzle Chauhan  – “Understanding Situated Knowledge in Our Everyday Lives”
  • Urooba Jamal & Alex Mierke-Zatwarnicki  – “Empowering Student Social Movements: The Role of Alternative Campus Press”
  • Viet Vu – “Bi the way, we exist”
  • Aliya Dossa – “Why ‘Don’t Talk to Strangers’ is the Worst Advice My Parents Ever Gave Me”

Graduate: 

  • Abeer Yusuf – “What is Home: Growing Up Between Cultures”
  • Joel Hutchinson  – “Living on the Boundary: Exploration at the Edge of Physics”
  • Serbulent Turan – “A Story of Obedience”

Alumni:

  • Ekateryna Nova – “Universities and the Future of Innovation”

Interested in providing a booth or some other Atrium related request? Maybe even something to entertain the crowds? You can contact us at terrytalks@gmail.com noting “Atrium Request” in the subject heading.

Interested in sponsoring the event? Please contact Dave Ng at db@mail.ubc.ca

For the most up-to-date announcements regarding application and conference dates you can follow us on twitter and join our facebook group.

 

 

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