Our newest video series brings you mini-lectures from some of UD’s brightest minds.
Get insightful discoveries, life-changing advice and food for thought from the TEDxUniversityofDelaware talks.
The Blue Hen Minds series is brought to you by Delaware First: The Campaign for the University of Delaware.
What Happens to Those Left Behind? | Joshua Stout | TEDxUniversityofDelaware: youtube.com/watch?v=uXUPQ8PcLe0
Don't Overthink, Just Do | Seyanna Barrett, AS20 | TEDxUniversityofDelaware: youtube.com/watch?v=HMFMc7YP7fg
The Problem of the Hero | Dr. Steven Mortenson | TEDxUniversityofDelaware: youtube.com/watch?v=bJP1QzT3alg
The Other Side of Bias | Dr. Quinetta Roberson, BE92 | TEDxUniversityofDelaware: youtube.com/watch?v=H2vvYmEZaNk
The Shadow of Influence: Sexuality's Hold On Us: youtube.com/watch?v=FmURUb8B3qw
Hear from Sarah Baker Andrus, Assistant Director of Lerner Career Services at UD, about how you can find a great career fit through an adventurous change in your perspective, leaving you to wonder if you’re ready to step off the beaten path and into the unknown.
For a Great Career, Be a Rebel!: youtube.com/watch?v=j3Gd1DG2fUE
“The Life Autonomous - Exploration in the Age of Robotics” | Dr. Art Trembanis | TEDxUniversityofDelaware
Dr. Art Trembanis, a UD professor in the School of Marine Science and Policy, shares “The Life Autonomous - Exploration in the Age of Robotics” with insights into how the age of robotics—whether in the air, underwater or in outer space—is giving human explorers to access to the world and universe like never before. At UD, Trembanis develops and utilizes advanced autonomous systems to explore oceans and lakes around the world filling in blank spots on the map, discovering ancient shipwrecks and modern aircraft and unraveling environmental mysteries along the way.
“The Life Autonomous - Exploration in the Age of Robotics ” by Dr. Art Trembanis: youtube.com/watch?v=_-oEDP6UnYk
In “The Storyteller’s Adventure” UD senior Nana Ohemaa Asante, honors student in the College of Arts and Sciences, shares the art of storytelling that lies within all of us, and her talk includes a poem she wrote about how each of us is our own complex story waiting to be read. The lyrical presentation demonstrates the importance of telling our stories.
“The Storyteller’s Adventure” by Nana Ohemaa Asante, a UD senior: youtube.com/watch?v=1_bvXgX9qwE
Preservation of Our Photographic Heritage for Future Generations: Here, There and Everywhere | Debra Hess Norris | TEDxUniversityofDelaware
Debra Hess Norris, chair of UD’s Art Conservation Department, professor of Photograph Conservation and director of the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, shares why preserving our heritage in photography is crucial for future generations. Hess Norris gives insights on steps you can take to conserve your own photographic collections.
"Preservation of Our Photographic Heritage for Future Generations: Here, There and Everywhere" by Debra Hess Norris: youtube.com/watch?v=QSw0PCwe1oE
In "Six Steps to Defanging Your Vampire" Dr. April Kendra, UD assistant professor in the English department and affiliate faculty member in Women and Gender Studies, shares the ways you can identify the "vampires" in your life—people, organizations, things that suck the control from your life. She then gives you steps to defang the vampires, taking back your power and living your best life.
Six Steps to Defanging Your Vampire” by Dr. April Kendra | TEDxUniversityofDelaware: youtube.com/watch?v=EGx8ccM0V5I
Dr. Mortenson takes us from unskillful behavior to skillful behavior in this talk focusing on the Personal Shadow and projecting it on to other people. Steve Mortenson is a professor of communication at the University of Delaware. His teaching and research focus on skillful communication, emotional management, and effective leadership.
Mental Health Needs to Move Beyond Just Being Aware | Katie Manta | TEDxUniversityofDelaware: youtube.com/watch?v=5udJgxOBrtk
"Sometimes it's the adventures we don't ask for that we learn the most from." In her TEDx talk, Katie speaks to the dark days of her personal journey and provides a realistic way for us to actually make a difference in a society of stigma. Katie Manta is a senior Elementary Education Major with a Middle School Science Concentration. Driven by values of kindness, empowerment and growth her dream is to create a classroom where each student knows how important they are.
Mental Health Needs to Move Beyond Just Being Aware | Katie Manta | TEDxUniversityofDelaware: youtube.com/watch?v=1GfBfuudLTg
Elon Kline is a UD student pursuing a degree in Interpersonal Effectiveness in Leadership. He gives insights on how we can all take control of our personal power by understanding the detrimental belief of perfectionism and embracing the idea that we are all naturally imperfect.
This is Why You Are a Perfectionist | Mr. Elon Kline | TEDxUniversityofDelaware: youtube.com/watch?v=ctTKBPMVtEg
Gillian Williams, a UD student majoring in Public Policy with a minor in Organizational and Community Leadership, sheds light on how we build, brick-by-brick, walls around us that prevent us from growing and moving forward.
You Are the Only thing in your way.: youtube.com/watch?v=0xgnm9y82R4
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