TEDxSMU 2010 was held on October 16th at Dallas’ Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre, and as the culmination of the first ever Dallas Idea Week. Check out the pictures on Flickr!
The topic of this year’s TEDxSMU was serious stuff. We talked about human survival. The range of perspectives on the theme was vast, but at the heart of all the talks was a common thread: how are we going to make it as a global community?
The speaker line up for TEDxSMU 2010 was out of this world. Check out the incredible folks who joined us on stage at TEDxSMU.
Roger Black, Director, Danilo Black
Salah Boukadoum, Founder, Soap Hope
Baba Brinkman, Rapper
Majka Burhardt, Writer, Climber, and AMGA Certified Rock Guide
Andres Diaz, Cellist & Professor, SMU
Mick Ebeling, Founder, Not Impossible Foundation
Cari Guittard, Executive Director, Business for Diplomatic Action
Omar Jahwar, Founder, Vision Regeneration, Inc.
Frans Lanting, Photographer
Jim LeDuc, Director, Galveston National Laboratory
Bill Lively, President and CEO, North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee
Stephen Mills, Artistic Director, Ballet Austin
Anne Pasternak, President and Artistic Director, Creative Time
Steven Potter, Professor, Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati
Joshua Prince-Ramus, Principal, REX
Rives, Poet; Host, TEDActive; Host, TEDxSMU
SMU SkunkWorks Innovation Gym featuring Austin Hodges & Nathan Huntoon
David Stern, Senior Rabbi, Temple Emanu-El
Kelly Stoetzel, Content Director & TEDActive Host, TED; Host, TEDxSMU
Ray Zahab, Adventure Runner & Founder, Impossible 2 Possible