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TEDx - x=independent organized TED event

TEDxNSU is an annual event, featuring engaging lectures, videos, visual art, and interactive experiences at Nova Southeastern University under the direction of associate professors Leanne Boucher and W. Matthew Collins. TEDxNSU showcases "ideas worth spreading" from members of our diverse university community.

Thought-provoking events like TEDxNSU support the college's aim to encourage intellectual exploration and the sharing of ideas amongst students, faculty and staff, and members of the local community. TEDxNSU expands this reach to a global audience with videos of the lectures available on YouTube.


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Saturday, March 17, 2018
Noon–5:00 p.m.
NSU's Main Campus | Davie, Florida
Performance Theatre | Don Taft University Center


This year we explore the little things. Many of life's big moments are the result of countless smaller moments - some orchestrated, some required, some happenstance, but all important because without the little moments, the big ones might have never happened. This year we reflect on and celebrate life's smaller moments and elevate them to their (maybe) rightfully lofty status in our personal and professional lives.


NSU faculty, students, staff, and alumni interested in applying to speak at TEDxNSU 2018 can apply online by clicking here. Because of Hurricane Irma, we have extended the application deadline to Friday, October 6th at 5pm.

Previous events

TEDxNSU 2017

TEDxNSU 2016

TEDxNSU 2015

TEDxNSU 2014

TEDxNSU 2013

To watch videos from our previous events, please click below:

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