We had a great time at this year’s conference! Check out the pictures from TEDxSMU 2011 on Flickr here!
The theme for TEDxSMU 2011 was Disruption. The adults participated in a discussion of events, discoveries and how they impact us personally and as a community.
Jaewon Ahn | Performance
Maya Ajmera | Helping the Children
Belinda Baldwin | The Power of You
Elise Ballard | Epiphanies
Karen Blessen | A Lesson for Peace
Jose Bowen | Beethoven as Bill Gates
Jasmin Brand | What Tina & Ike Have in Common with Social Media
Brent Brown | Building Community
Peter Brown | Art & Designing a City
Kate Canales | The Power of Design
Homaro Cantu | Food You Can Play With
Will Clarke | Disrupting the Cycle of Hazing
Scott Douglas | Making Music
Juan Enriquez | Homo Evolutis
Jeff Fulgham | Clean Water for the Future
Mant Hawkins | A Green, Clean Future?
Lisa Loeb | Performance
Jaume Plensa | Art & Form
Peter Thum | Guns to Jewelry
Bruce Wood and Nycole Ray | The Edge of My Life So Far
Bringing together ideas and interesting people from around the world and around the corner, TEDxSMU and TEDxKids @SMU are single-day conferences in Dallas, TX.
TEDxKids @SMU (the first TEDx event designed for students) hosts 350 middle school students for a free four-hour conference, in exchange for completing four hours of community service. TEDxSMU attendees must apply and be selected in order to participate in the full-day conference.
Here’s the TEDxSMU 2011 Date Announcement press release.