The second “TEDxKielUniversitySalon” will be taking place on 15 September as from 6 pm in the Studio-Bar in the Studio-Filmtheater on Dreiecksplatz in Kiel. Those interested are invited to address the topic of education in discussions and develop creative ideas for education in the future, under the motto “Don’t Imitate, Educate!”. “We want to offer people from Kiel and the surrounding areas a place in which to inspire new momentum, independently of current structures,” explained Paul Friedhelm Günther, member of the organisational team. “In addition, the participants can get to know the concept of international TED and TEDx conferences better via these slightly smaller events.”
The associated Kiel TEDx conference will take place on 3 December at the premises of the Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Schleswig-Holstein. This is already the second TEDxKielUniversity conference. Ulf Evert, staff member at the Key Skills Centre at Kiel University is looking forward to it: “Kiel University is one of the first universities in the world to incorporate organising a TEDx-Salon in Kiel into its teaching. This gives students the opportunity to gain a lot of practical experience.” The events are organised by students and doctoral candidates at Kiel University and are held in English.
What: TEDxKielUniversity Salon: “Don’t Imitate, Educate!”
When: Thursday, 15 September, 6 to 9 pm
Where: Studio-Filmtheater on Dreiecksplatz, Wilhelminenstraße 10, 24103 Kiel
Please register beforehand
More information and recordings from last year's talks:
Tel.: +49 (0)177/292 70 61
About TEDx, x = independently organized event
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