TEDxUSF Advocates Theme of “Breaking Barriers”
Six USF speakers will be featured in the April 15 event
TAMPA, Fla. (April 10, 2018) – The University of South Florida is bringing members from within the university community to give insightful and inspirational talks for their sixth independent TEDxUSF event. Officially licensed through the nonprofit TED organization, this year’s event will promote the theme “Breaking Barriers” and will include wide-ranging topics from seven speakers. The diverse line up is comprised of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni and faculty members. The event will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 15 in the Marshall Student Center Ballroom. Following the event, recordings of the presentation will be available for online viewing through the TEDxUSF website.
- Morgan Eastman, a graduate student pursuing entrepreneurship at the Patel College of Global Sustainability
- Landon Foster, a non-degree seeking undergraduate student
- Andrew Koutnik, a graduate student pursuing molecular pharmacology and physiology at the Morsani College of Medicine
- Michelle Lyman, a graduate student pursuing epidemiology in the College of Public Health and Morsani College of Medicine
- Jaime Meyer, an alumna of the class of 1996, and senior director of education at Metropolitan Ministries
- Dae Sheridan, a faculty member in the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences.
More information regarding the event and the speaker topics can be found here.