Author and retired judge will join speaker lineup next week
James Tamm didn’t choose the title of his book to match the theme of this year’s TEDxSantaCruz event. And the organizers didn’t choose Tamm as one of its two-dozen speakers because of the title of his book.
Elizabeth Murray, author of six books, helped restore Monet’s gardens in France and photographed them for 30 years. She’s also one of two-dozen speakers who will talk about getting our hands in the dirt — literally — as she shares ideas for Radical Collaboration, the theme of the April 24th TEDxSantaCruz event.
Community builder, Civinomics cofounder, musician/storyteller
With just a little over two weeks to go before TEDxSantaCruz: Radical Collaboration, the organizers have released the names of three more speakers who will grace the stage on April 24.
Two leading pioneers of the eco-art movement
“Like an oncoming storm front, the Force Majeure is a fluid frontier, a frontier of heat moving across the planet, a frontier of water advancing on lands.
What’s it like to speak at TEDx? ‘Super cool’
A dozen years ago, Danny Keith was a surfer with a surf shop near Pleasure Point. He’d grown up on the east side of Salinas and was a young, single dad.
Costa, Sinervo Announced for TEDxSantaCruz
The clock is ticking, remind two UC Santa Cruz professors who have been confirmed as speakers for the upcoming TEDxSantaCruz: Radical Collaboration conference.
Drs. Daniel Costa and Barry Sinervo will join more than 20 other presenters at on April 24 at the Rio Theatre.
Collaboration is a buzzword that has surfaced in the quest to answer the question, “What should our schools of the future look like?”
But what if there was a way, as Matt Beaudreau asks, to truly collaborate with all the stakeholders, with an outcome that is the antithesis of the status quo in our schools?