TEDx SUNY Potsdam: Faculty Presentation
This form is due: Friday, February 14th at 5 p.m.
To capture the vibrant innovation and research happening on the SUNY Potsdam campus, in April 2020 the second TEDx event will take place, this time around the theme of "Identities." This topic opens opportunities for talks which comment on important issues in our modern society, and is purposefully broad to offer considerations from a variety of subject areas including (but not limited to): politics, sociology, art and science.
SUNY Potsdam faculty and students alike are invited to be a part of this special day. For faculty to be considered, please submit more information in regard to your prospective talk in the form below. Faculty presentations may be up to 18 mins long, and connect their area of interest with 'Ideas Worth Sharing', a guiding principle of TED. Those with short-listed proposals must participate in a mandatory Study Day on the afternoon of February 28 when the TEDx committee selects final presentations.
Presentations will need to be accessible to a general audience. All applicants must be available for the live event on Saturday, April 18, from 9:30am - 5:30pm & a rehearsal day on April 17th. Those not selected as TEDx presentations may be invited to participate in the Open Mic session on April 18.
For further questions please contact:
Joshua Vink, Program Coordinator of Arts Management -
Prof. Marc Ernesti, Crane Institute for Music Business and Entrepreneurship -
For a list of talks from last year's event, please visit:
What type of presentation do you propose?
18-min long practice-led presentation
18-min long research presentation (Please note your topic must be accessible to a general audience)
18-min long artistic presentation
Please provide your name, and email:
Please name your favorite TED or TEDx talk:
Please provide the title and a brief outline of your proposed presentation, which clarifies how it relates to our topic (Identities):
How does this topic follow "Ideas Worth Sharing", a guiding principle of TEDx?
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