Atiaf Alwazir is coming to Berkeley in Feb of 2020. We encourage the Bay Area to attend the TEDx event, you can use the code SPEAKER35 to get 35% off your tickets here: https://bit.ly/2qYBRB5.
About this Event
TEDXBERKELEY 2020: MOONSHOT
Small Steps to Giant Leaps
The phrase “moonshot” has its origins in the audacious mission to put humans on the moon, a feat that most thought would be impossible. In his famous 1962 speech announcing the start of the American moonshot, President John F. Kennedy famously remarked that “We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard.” Many doubted that America would be able to achieve such a lofty goal in such a short time frame, but through bold innovations and sheer perseverance in the face of obstacles, we achieved the impossible. Fast forward 50 years. We live in an incredible time — an era of new possibilities in realms that were previously unimaginable.
TEDxBerkeley 2020 hopes to capture the sense of wonder and enthusiasm for discovery that comes with the beginning of a new decade. Today’s issues are not just limited to technological progress and instead cut across all aspects of society. We need moonshots — solutions that aim to address the insurmountable — to solve humanity’s most pressing problems, from climate change to human rights violations. Paving the way forward will not be easy, but the most remarkable challenges are always big and bold. To turn these obstacles into opportunities, it is up to us, as individuals, to hone our unique skills and unite to achieve a purpose greater than just our own. Join us at TEDxBerkeley 2020 to grapple with the greatest challenges of our modern age and launch your own moonshot!
Connect with us:
Please visit us at www.tedxberkeley.org for our speaker lineup and more information. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
All students (UC Berkeley and Non-UCB) must bring a valid student ID matching their ticket to be admitted.
If you are a current UC Berkeley student/faculty/staff member or a UC Berkeley alumnus, you may not purchase a discounted ticket on behalf of someone who does not qualify for that ticket, regardless of their relationship to you.
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EVENT INFO :
- Start Date:February 8, 2020
- Start Time:10:00am
- End Date:October 19, 2020
- Location:Zellerbach Hall 101 Zellerbach Hall #4800 University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, 94720