FRED Talks: A Monthly TED Talks Discussion Forum
FRED Talks provide an opportunity for members of the campus community to come together to watch and discuss videos from the popular TED Talks series. The Spring semester FRED Talks will focus on concepts relevant to the Baccalaureate Goals Framework: Skilled, Connected, Creative, and Responsible.
FRED Talks will be held on the following dates in the PDC Conference Area Area, 1st floor Reed Library. Lunch will be served.
Featured TED Talk: Michael Wesch: From Knowledgeable to Knowledge-able
Featured TED Talk: Liz Coleman’s Call to Reinvent Liberal Arts Education
FRED Talks: "Creative"
Featured TED Talk: Tina Sellig: A crash course in creativity
FRED Talks: "Responsible"
Featured TED Talk: John Francis Walks the Earth