Want to be a part of TEDx Buffalo this upcoming October 14th?You can enjoy the groundbreaking TEDxBuffalo Event this upcoming Tuesday by viewing online or at our remote locations. Check out the instructions below!
- Find your favorite speakers on the schedule
- Go to TEDxBuffalo.com the day of the event and click on the big banner that will say “CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVESTREAM”
REMOTE VIEWING INFORMATION
Didn’t get a ticket to TEDxBuffalo 2014? If sitting by yourself at a computer all day to watch the live stream of the event sounds like too solitary of an idea, you can also attend a viewing party at one of our remote sites!
All remote viewing sites will be open throughout the entire TEDxBuffalo conference.
Buffalo & Erie County Public Library — Central Branch
Where: The library is located at 1 Lafayette Sq. in downtown Buffalo, between Broadway, Washington Street, Ellicott Street and Clinton Street. The viewing party will take place in the library’s Mason O. Damon Auditorium. Please enter through the doors location on the Clinton Street side.
Details: No food will be allowed in the auditorium, but Fables Cafe, located on the first floor of the library, will be open from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Where: Science Hall, Rooms SH103A and SH103B. Consult a campus map for more details.
Details: The live stream will be held from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. All Canisius College students are welcome. The event is being hosted by Women in Science, Pre-Health Professionals and Tri-Beta.
|Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown|
TEDxBuffalo 2014 Schedule
SESSION ONE (9 A.M.-10:20 A.M.)
Opening remarks, including Canisius College President John J. Hurley and Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown.
Keith Harrington: “The Projectionist”
Ambra Sultzbaugh: “Survive the Apocalypse By Learning Italian”
Sabrina Pena-Young: “Singing Geneticists and EPIC Virtual Machinima Opera in Cyberspace”
BREAK (10:20 A.M.-10:40 A.M.)
SESSION TWO (10:40 A.M.-NOON)
Anna-Lesa Calvert: “Youth Coaching: More Than a Game”
Dr. Kimberly Young: “Internet Addiction: What Everyone Should Know”
Dr. Kenneth Regan: “Getting to Know Our Digital Assistants”
Aaron Krolikowski and Darren Cotton: “Collaborative Construction: A New Take on the Sharing Economy”
LUNCH (NOON-1 P.M.)
SESSION THREE (1 P.M.-2:25 P.M.)
Afternoon opening remarks, including Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz.
LehrerDance: “Fused by 8″
Gaitre Subryan: “Mixing Bollywood With an Evolving City”
Dr. Michael Cropp: “A Culture of health is the Engine for a Community in Motion”
Clinton Parker: “Democracy on Every Corner: Cooperatives in Buffalo”
BREAK (2:25 P.M.-2:45 P.M.)
SESSION FOUR (2:45 P.M.-3:30 P.M.)
Miranda Workman: “Collateral Damage in the War Against Animal Homelessness”
Closing remarks and good-byes from the TEDxBuffalo team.