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Tickets Now On Sale For TEDxPSU 2015

Tickets are now on sale for TEDxPSU 2015. The conference will take place March 1 in Schwab Auditorium and will feature speakers from both inside and outside the Penn State community.

Participant general admission is free, and ticket price packages range from $50 to $750. Once the maximum Schwab seating capacity is reached with 630 tickets, those who register after will not be guaranteed seating. There will be a telecast in the HUB for those who registered after the capacity number.

TEDxPSU started in 2010, with the goal of bringing together innovative and thought-provoking individuals from the Penn State community and world to share ideas worth spreading.

The theme for TEDxPSU 2015 is “Push To Start.” According to its website, the conference will focus on igniting passions within us that move us, drive us, and push us to positively impact the world.

You can follow TEDxPSU on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for updates and more information on the upcoming conference.

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