TED Fellows Program
The TED Fellows program is a global network of 300 innovators and trailblazers from a spectrum of disciplines. Every year, we look for 40 additional amazing change-makers to join the pack. Plug into this vibrant community by applying to be a Fellow, sponsoring the program or exploring their stories of growth and impact.
The TED Fellows program has teamed up with Mazda to award one of our fellows with a grant to support an upcoming project. Our Fellows Cesar Harada, Robert Simpson, Ryan Holladay, and Andrew Bastawrous are all up for the grant. What project will you support?
The TED Fellows Program is thrilled to present our new class! The TEDGlobal 2014 class includes an opera singer, a geneticist studying pests that threaten the Amazon river, an artist whose immersive works float on water, a healthcare innovator, and so much more! They will join 15 other global world-changers who will attend and speak at TEDGlobal 2014 in Rio de Janeiro.
How can examining psychological distress in animals help humans rethink our own mental health issues? TED Senior Fellow Laurel Braitman’s recently launched book -- Animal Madness: How Anxious Dogs, Compulsive Parrots, and Elephants in Recovery Help Us Understand Ourselves -- explores how nonhuman animals struggle with varieties of mental illness strikingly similar to our own.