MARCH 29, 2014 | Louisiana State University
TEDxLSU is the premier TEDx event in Baton Rouge. Launched in 2013, TEDxLSU is a platform to bring local, regional, and statewide communities together; to spur discussion and dialogue about real issues; and to generate big ideas that will move the state of Louisiana forward, forming a better way of life for the people of our great state. As the flagship university, LSU and its Communication across the Curriculum program champions this exciting, innovative event focused on “ideas worth spreading.”
The theme for TEDxLSU 2014 is “enact.” Talks will focus on dynamic social, civic, and commercial efforts and ideas that inspire positive change for Louisiana and its citizens. The event will be held on March 29, 2014 at The Shaver Theatre on Louisiana State University’s campus in Baton Rouge, La.
We are seeking motivated and passionate students who are fans of TEDxLSU to be a volunteer for this year’s event on Saturday, March 29th.
Think you’ve got what it takes to be a TEDxLSU volunteer? Give it a shot! All you have to do is click here to fill out the application. You’ll be asked to give us some basic information about yourself and tell us why you’d like to volunteer at TEDxLSU this year. Applications are being accepted until Wednesday, February 12 at midnight.
Student Speaker Call
We are seeking inspiring student speakers and performers for our upcoming TEDxLSU event. We are looking for students who have a passionate, inspiring story to share about engagement, action, and change with the TEDxLSU 2014 audience.
Who are we looking for? Any LSU students who might be change agents, inventors, teachers, humanitarians, artists, leaders, scientists, storytellers, big-picture thinkers, prodigies, makers, technologists…you name it. (What we’re not looking for are business proposals, political grandstanding, or self-promoters.)
Think you’ve got what it takes to give a TED talk? Give it a shot! All you have to do is click here to complete the application. You’ll be asked to clearly articulate your great idea and share with us why you think TEDxLSU is a great platform for your talk. Applications are being accepted until September 30 at midnight.
This is a critical time in our community. Positive change is happening abruptly in some sectors, while it is stagnant in others. The faces, attitudes, personalities, and needs of our community are undergoing a metamorphosis. At TEDxLSU 2014, we will focus on the theme “enact” by highlighting the dynamic social, civic and commercial efforts and ideas performing within our community to foment a better way of life for the people of Louisiana.
With the intention of promoting energetic dialogue leading up to the TEDxLSU 2014 event, we encourage you to enact through inspiration, because inspiration leads to positive engagement, action, and change. You can inspire others by hosting a “Pop-Up Talk.” Here’s how they work:
Select a TED talk video that is connected to the theme “enact” and could resonate with your friends, colleagues and/or other interested audiences.
Schedule a time, date and venue for your Pop-Up Talk.
Invite folks to join you for a screening of your selected TED talk and a robust dialogue about its content as it relates to enactment within our local community.
Host your event and reap the benefits of inspiring conversation, innovation, vision, and community!
Questions? Contact Rebecca Burdette at email@example.com or 225.578.7791.
Spearheaded by a group of volunteers from LSU, TEDxLSU is a not-for-profit event and is only possible because of partners like you. We need supporters of thought, communication, and innovation to bring our local and regional community together. We are seeking partners who want to generate dialog and forge connections in meaningful ways that advance LSU and the Baton Rouge area. Is this your organization? Check out our TEDxLSU 2014 Partnership Opportunities.
**Per TEDx regulations, all money raised for TEDxLSU goes directly into the event itself.
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