Were you one of the lucky 120 people who got a ticket to the exclusive, first-ever TEDxOSU conference in April? If not, now you can hear exactly what the four speakers, all addressing topics of sustainability and energy resources, had to say to the Corvallis crowd on April 17 by going to TEDxOSU.com.
The event was organized by Oregon State College of Business MBA candidate Jennifer Villalobos and featured a wide-range of presenters, from CEOs to OSU professors and non-profit directors.
Oregon State hosted its first-ever TEDx talk last night at the LaSells Stewart Center on campus, with an audience of around 120 people at the sold-out event.
The whole event was organized by Oregon State College of Business MBA candidate Jennifer Villalobos. Speakers focused on the theme “Our Planet,” highlighting ideas around sustainability, specifically as it relates to water and energy.
The COB staff headed over around 5 p.m., though Villalobos had been at the center all day running through preparations such as blocking the stage, running microphone checks and even cutting out the paper Earths that decorated the hall.
Note: Apologies for the grainy iPhone3 shots. We’ll have shots from the event photographer up in the next week or so.