Tag Archives: TED Talks

Gilbert guides students on mental performance

Fresno State Talks ended its three-part series with Dr. Jenelle N. Gilbert, who delivered her presentation “The Psychological Uniform: A Blueprint for Peak Performance” Wednesday night at the Satellite Student Union.

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Fresno State Talks: Professor advocates for deaf awareness, equality

Fresno State professor Rosemary W. Diaz hoped the audience went home with a central message Wednesday night: there are proactive ways to communicate with people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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Artist opens up for privacy

In the fast-changing world of technology and surveillance, innovative artist Hasan Elahi is staying one step ahead of the game by “taking control” of his own data footprint. His concept is simple – track your own life so the government ...

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Fresno State Talks kicks off second year

The second annual Fresno State Talks kicked off Thursday night with Dr. TwoTrees’, or Matthew Haar Farris’ lecture on “Esoterica, the Paranormal and Superhumanity: Secular-Religious Mythology in Contemporary Culture” at the Satellite Student Union. Fresno State Talks lecture series aims ...

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Students nominate professors for Talks

Students have until Friday to nominate professors who they believe should speak at the Fresno State Talks lecture series in February.

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Fresno State Talks kicks off with ‘Discovery’-themed lecture

Fresno State Talks debuts Thursday as student-selected speaker Honora Chapman lectures on the importance of self-discovery. The inaugural lecture series features three dynamic speakers throughout the spring semester each representing one aspect of the university’s new slogan: Discovery, Diversity and Distinction.

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