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TEDxPSU Videos Now Online

Over the weekend, the TEDx committee uploaded all of the TEDxPSU talks to the TEDx YouTube account. We’ve taken the liberty of saving you some time tracking them down and embeded all of them right here! Let us know which one is your favorite.

Christian Brady – Attend. Listen. Enlighten.

Sam Richards – A Radical Experiment in Empathy

Jason O – Sir Loops A Lot

Ali Carr-Chellman – Bring Back the Boys: Using Video Games to Re-engage Boys in Learning

Tonee Ndungu – Aliens vs. Robots

Chris Calkins – The Looming Intergenerational Conflict: Dollars or Sense

Michael Bérubé – Humans, Superheroes, Mutants, and People with Disabilities

Bruce Schneier – Reconceptualizing Security

Rives – How Multi is My Media?

David Celento – Dwellings for the Digital Nomad

Jordan “DJ Earworm” Roseman – Music from the Crowd

Richard Doyle – Scaling the Noösphere

Nathan Martin – Be Nice. Make Friends.

Tony Pittman – Re-Inventing Reinvention

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Chase Tralka

Chase Tralka is a Senior majoring in Information Sciences and Technology with a minor in Security and Risk Analysis. He is from Northern New Jersey and is involved in far too many organizations to list here. He enjoys photography, cycling, and listening to obscure free jazz music.

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