Thursday 12 March 2015
The Students’ Union and staff from the Centre for Academic and Professional Development will be hosting Queen Mary’s first TEDxQMUL event on Thursday 18 June. The TEDx Program is designed to help communities, organisations and individuals to spark conversations. Staff, students and alumni at QMUL are being given the chance take part – either as speakers themselves, or to nominate speakers or design the TEDxQMUL logo. The theme of the talk is ‘Community’ and if you currently have an inspiring topic that you want to share, there is no better platform to do so than here.
At TEDx events, a screening of TED Talks videos — or a combination of live presenters and TED Talks videos — sparks deep conversation and connections at the local level. TEDx events are planned and coordinated independently, under a free licence granted by TED.
How to take part
You can be a speaker, volunteer or participate in the design competition leading up to and during TEDxQMUL 2015:
Have an idea that you want to share at our TEDx? Apply by 9am on Friday 27 March.
Know someone who you'd like to see speak at TEDxQMUL? Nominate them by 9am on Friday 20 March.
Want to help design the physical TEDxQMUL logo? Apply with your idea by 9am on Friday 27 March.