Last week, we shared with you the first four talks that we liked the most at TEDxMidAtlantic. Choosing these was incredibly difficult; eight sessions had 50 speakers that we still talk about. This week, we’re sharing […]
Go Further 2014
To change the world, to achieve our goals, and to make our dreams a reality, we have to blaze past our comfort zones into the unknown and try something new. The first step, though, is to Go Further. To us, Go Further means that we take the inspiration, the enthusiasm, and the passion of TEDxPSU 2014, and we use it. We ignite new passions and ideas. We inspire deeper thought. We Go Further. It is a pledge to harness newfound knowledge and ideas to inspire the world around us and shape it to our vision, because to Go Further, we must enable change. TED provides Ideas Worth Spreading: TEDxPSU charges us to take those ideas and spread them.
TEDxPSU 2014: Go Further.
Time and time again, we hear about how our country isn’t getting enough fruits and vegetables; a lot of the time, the problem stems from the availability of fresh produce, the cost of produce […]
This past weekend, TEDxPSU was honored to volunteer for TEDxMidAtlantic, a two day conference in the heart of our nation’s capital. From the charisma of the speakers, to the kindness of the curators, from […]
Autonomous cars are no longer so far out of reach. Jack Ewing of the New York Times reported that at a recent car show in Frankfurt, a Mercedes S-class pulled up in front of […]
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. As a good friend of mine said recently, “At this point, awareness isn’t the issue. Everyone knows that pediatric cancer happens, they just think it’ll never happen to […]
Today’s talk is from Meg Jay, a clinical psychologist who did a talk about how young adult’s 20′s are not the time to fool around, but the time to figure out what you want […]
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