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TEDxPSU Announces Third Annual Conference

The official TEDxPSU theme and third annual conference date have been announced. On March 17, 2013 in Schwab auditorium, TEDxPSU will present Yesterday’s Frontiers and Tomorrow’s Horizons.

Yesterday’s Frontiers and Tomorrow’s Horizons is the marriage between the shattered boundaries of the past and the revolutionary ideas of the future. Their union opens the door for dynamic discussions of how the present can benefit from the exploratory efforts of both yesterday and tomorrow.

The inspiring stories shared at the conference carry out the stated mission of igniting a change in the world and showcasing the amazing developments happening daily at the Pennsylvania State University.

About TEDxPSU

TEDxPSU was brought to the Penn State community in 2010. The mission of the event is to bring together innovative and thought-provoking individuals from the Penn State community and the world to share ideas worth spreading. Using a blend of live talks and pre-recorded videos, TEDxPSU unites the University community and kicks off a dialogue about the challenges and opportunities facing our society. Follow TEDxPSU on Twitter (@TEDxPSU) or on Facebook (TEDxPSU).

Individuals interested in learning more about or getting involved with TEDxPSU are encouraged to attend the first community meeting on September 18th at 7 p.m. in 117 Osmond Building.  Click here to join the TEDxPSU community.

For more information visit the TEDxPSU website at www.tedxpsu.com or email [email protected].

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Dave graduated from Penn State in 2013. He was the Managing Editor of this website. Dave remains a proud Onward State alumnus to this day.

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