From deep sea to deep space, with everything in between.
Speakers for TEDxConnecticutCollege 2014 have been selected from all over the world. Starting with the resources on this campus, from the alumni community, and beyond, the speaker roster for “Not All Who Wander are Lost” represents a breadth of experience, research, and opinion that will lead everybody in attendance to share in a day of collective learning and challenging.
This year’s speakers for TEDxConnecticutCollege include: Underwater Archaeologist and discoverer of the Titanic ruins Robert Ballard; Genetecist and major contributor to the Human Genome Project, Spencer Wells; Photographers and artists Julia Cybularz and Cesar Lechowick; International Journalist and Reporter Gianni Riotta; LGBTQ Adventurer-Activitist Cason Crane; Dancer and choreographer Morgan Griffin ‘12; NASA Astrophysicist and cosmologist Harvey Moseley ‘72; Deputy Counterterrorism Coordinator at the US Department of Homeland Security John Cohen ‘83; Entrepreneur and Executive Director of MPIL Steel Structures Ltd., Priyanka Gupta ‘06; Professor of Anthropology, Catherine Benoit; Professor of Psychogology, Stuart Vyse; Professor of English Courtney Baker; Professor of Government, MaryAnne Borrelli; Professor of Anthropology, Anthony Graesh and student of Anthropology, Tim Hartshorn ’14; Musician Andrew Stein-Zeller ‘14 and Dancer Aaron Davis ‘14; Student and optimist Mia Haas-Goldberg ‘16; Student of International Relations, Conor McCormick-Cavanagh ‘14; Ted Steinberg ‘16, and photographer Mike Wipper ‘17.
Andrew Stein-Zeller and Aaron Davis
Anthony Graesch and Tim Hartshorn
Julia Cybularz and Cesar Lechowick