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Theme: Here Be Dragons

Denton, TX, United States
April 26th, 2014

Venue and Details

UNT's Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater
415 Avenue C
Music Building Rm 1001
Denton, TX, 76201
United States
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About this event

On early maps, uncharted territories and open oceans would be marked with an illustration of a dragon accompanied by the words, “here be dragons”- a warning to explorers of the dangers that lurk in the unfamiliar. TEDxUNT is challenging our speakers and audience to explore what waits just outside the established and familiar to illuminate opportunity in the unknown.

Confirmed Speakers

  • Roy Mitsuoka
    Employing his passion for biologically inspired engineering to the new mobile experience.
  • Nandika D'Souza
    Nandika Anne D’Souza is a professor of mechanical and materials engineering, Fellow of the SPE and faculty advisor to SWE .
  • Ryan Fellhauer
    Writes chamber music as an investigation to find poetics in unexplored negative spaces of instruments and notation.
  • Victor Chen
    Games are a big part of Victor's life, but have always been stigmatized. He want's to illuminate how video games can be an amazing experience for families.
  • Sarah Westrup & Morgan Kuster
    Fibers artists passionate about sharing the process of naturally dyeing cloth.
  • Jim Mueller
    UNT journalism Professor James E. Mueller, a former reporter, has written three books, most recently Shooting Arrows and Slinging Mud.
  • Andrew Miller
    Designer interested in how socio-technical systems can increase sustainable practices.
  • Marshall Armintor
    Teaching a wide variety of subjects in the English Department at UNT, Marshall is a veritable jack of all subjects.
  • Haj Ross
    Haj Ross studies poetics ‘and’ syntax - which for him are one field, not two. He teaches in the Linguistics Department of the University of North Texas.
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Clarissa Redwine
Denton, TX, United States

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Team

Wesley Kirk
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Sarah Palmer
Volunteer Organizer
Naomi Wood
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Srujan Kotikela
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Race Hochdorf
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