And we’re live! Head on over to our eventbrite link to pick up your tickets. This will get you access to an awesome TED program of UBC student speakers, student group booth fair, and also includes your lunch, coffee and snacks for the day! At only $12 a ticket, these are guaranteed to go fast, so make sure you don’t delay.
Tickets? Available here.
We are pleased to announce that the TEDx Terry Talks will return for its 8th year on November 7th, 2015. 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.
Our 2015 Speakers (titles subject to revision)
Nirel Marofsky – “Polyamory: Changing The Way We Think About Relationships”
Jennine Punzalan – “The Privilege of Campus Involvement”
Lingxi Li and Angela Ji – “Mind The Gap: Access barriers from lab to patient care”
Rhoda Philip – “Say yes to fate but beat all the odds”
Samia Khan – “Social Media: Too Much of A Good Thing?”
Miguel Rozo – “On how an immigrant’s resilience does not end with migration.”
Malaika Kapur and Kuzi Mutonga – “Changing the African Conversation: Ke Nako (It’s time!)”
Sean McCotter – “Sex, Smuts, Molds and Mushrooms: An Exposé of Fungal Fornication”
Joanna Ludlow – “How to sail to Alaska in 3 easy steps”