Confirmed Speaker: Molly Bode ’09

Posted on: April 13th, 2010

TEDxDartmouth announces a last-minute change in the lineup: as Prof. Tanzeem Choudhury unfortunately had to cancel her appearance at the conference, TEDxDartmouth is announcing a new brilliant speaker: Molly Bode ’09.

Presidential Fellow — Dartmouth College

TEDxDartmouth has confirmed the final speaker! Check back tomorrow for your chance to reserve a seat! Richard Granger is a professor in the Dartmouth College Cognitive Neuroscience Department, and the head of the Brain Engineering Laboratory. Professor Granger received his B.A. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. at Yale University.

Professor — Dartmouth College Department of Cognitive Neuroscience

TEDxDartmouth is announcing another speaker for its April 17 lineup! Brian Kennedy is the Director of the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College. He was the Director of the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) in Canberra from 1997 to 2004.

Professor — Dartmouth College Hood Museum of Art

Confirmed Speaker: Micaela Klein ’10

Posted on: March 29th, 2010

TEDxDartmouth has confirmed another student speaker! Micaela Klein is a senior at Dartmouth College majoring in Government with a minor in Arabic

’10 — Dartmouth College

Confirmed Speaker: James Shinn ’11

Posted on: March 29th, 2010

TEDxDartmouth is pleased to reveal another student speaker! James Shinn ’11 is a History major from Winter Haven, FL. He is involved with RWIT, Dartmouth College Bowl, and Chimaera: The Dartmouth Interdisciplinary Journal.

’11 — Dartmouth College

TEDxDartmouth is pleased to unveil another speaker! Economics Professor Bruce Sacerdote holds the Richard S. Braddock 1963 Professorship in Economics and is serving as the Vice-Chair of the Economics Department through 2010.

Professor — Dartmouth College Department of Economics

Confirmed Speaker: Narath Carlile, MD

Posted on: March 24th, 2010

TEDxDartmouth has announced another speaker! Narath is a 2009 graduate of Dartmouth Medical School (DMS) and currently an intern at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, where this summer he’ll be entering the Residency in Global Health Equity and Internal Medicine.

Intern — Brigham and Women’s Hospital

TEDxDartmouth is excited to reveal its first student speaker for the April 17 event! Nicole Yunger Halpern ’11 is a Modified Physics major and will present her ‘Once Upon a Time in Linear Algebra: Blending Words and Numbers.”

’11 — Dartmouth College

Confirmed Speaker: Professor Paul Whalen

Posted on: March 22nd, 2010

TEDxDartmouth is excited to announce Professor Paul Whalen as a speaker! Paul Whalen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences at Dartmouth College. Professor Whalen is the amygdala, as some say.

Professor — Dartmouth College Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences

Confirmed Speaker: Professor Lee Lynd

Posted on: March 13th, 2010

Another amazing speaker has been announced for TEDxDartmouth 2010! Professor Lee Lynd of the Thayer School of Engineering is an expert in the field of sustainable fuel utilization, an entrepreneur and a brilliant speaker.

Professor — Thayer School of Engineering

Confirmed Speaker: Professor Larry Crocker

Posted on: March 12th, 2010

Another stellar speaker for TEDxDartmouth 2010 has been revealed! Professor Larry Crocker of the Dartmouth Department of Philosophy is principally interested in the Philosophy of Law (especially crime and punishment; law and morality), Moral Theory, and the Philosophy of Religion.

Professor — Department of Philosophy

Confirmed Speaker: Professor Mary Flanagan

Posted on: March 10th, 2010

TEDxDartmouth 2010 would like to reveal its fifth speaker! Mary Flanagan holds the Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professorship in Digital Humanities. She’s an artist, scientist, and humanist, known for her theories on playculture, activist design, and critical play.

Professor — Department of Digital Humanities

The third speaker for TEDxDartmouth 2010 has been confirmed! Prof. Wheelan is a visiting professor at Dartmouth (his undergraduate alma mater) and a senior lecturer in public policy at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. He says of himself that he has an “irreverent approach to economics.”

Professor — Dartmouth College Department of Economics

Confirmed Speaker: Professor John Rassias

Posted on: February 28th, 2010

The second speaker for TEDxDartmouth 2010 has been revealed! Prof. Rassias is a revolutionary thinker in the field of education, who has devoted his life to improving the methodology of foreign language teaching; he is the inventor of the renown Rassias method and an extraordinarily engaging speaker.

Chair — Dartmouth College Department of French and Italian

Announced TEDxDartmouth!

Posted on: February 22nd, 2010

April 17, 2010

12PM – 7PM

The Hopkins Center for the Arts

Moore Theatre

Dartmouth College

Hanover, NH

On Saturday, April 17, 2010, Dartmouth College will host its first TEDx event. In a jaw-dropping series of ten 18-minute talks by some of the most inspiring and innovative Dartmouth professors, shorter talks by 3 remarkable Dartmouth students and a number of short art performances, TEDxDartmouth promises to be the event of the year.

In the spirit of Ideas Worth Spreading, the aim of the event is to present the intellectual excellence and overall talent of members of the Dartmouth community in a compact, exciting fashion. On that Saturday, the stage of the Moore Theatre will become an avenue for sharing inspiration, innovation and motivation, and The Hop will turn into and exhibition of what Dartmouth has to offer.

Come for one talk or stay for all of them, discuss your impressions with your friends or the speakers themselves in the lounge at the Top of the Hop over some nice food, a courtesy of TEDxDartmouth.