The First TEDxUF Club Meeting Is Upon Us

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You may be asking, “What exactly does TEDxUF club do?” Well, every other week, we meet to watch and discuss TED Talks that explore a topic, whether it be the role of creativity in schools, the definition of happiness, the implications of artificial intelligence or anything that relates to the technology, entertainment, design, science and global issues.

Come out to this year’s first TEDxUF Club meeting on Oct. 3 at 6:30 p.m. in Stuzin 101, led by TEDxUF team members Danielle Villar and Jose Camargo. It will be focused on personality and will be featuring “Who Are You Really? The Puzzle of Personality” by Brian Little.

If you’re a curious person who seeks a deeper understanding of the world, finds inspiration in discussing big ideas and believes in the power of knowledge, check us out! All students are welcome.

(P.S. If you’re interested in getting more involved with TEDxUF, this is an excellent place to start.)

We look forward to seeing you all next Tuesday! Meetings thereafter will be every other Tuesday, same room, same time. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us.