Video: The Science of Our Food - Jim Carrington

Jim speaks on the benefits science has allowed for in the advancements in growing food. He suggests that global changes will create a need for us to leave romantic visions of farming in our past. With exploding population growth and climate change, we are at an important cross roads.

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Video: Remixing Art, Music & Technology - Raven Fox

Raven Fox talks about using projections as a mode to create community and beauty. His years as an artist have culminated in his passion of painting with light.

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Video: The Best Ideas Don't Have to Be Yours - Jim Wible

Jim speaks to the creative mind and assures us that all the ideas have already happened - just copy what you need!

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Video: Indie Folk With Soul - Letter To Memphis

As the title suggests, Indie folk from an awesome duo...

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Video: For Those Caught in the Middle - Cheeraz Gormon

Sharing her story of her brother's killing and the reaction of her family. What support is given to families who suffer this ultimate loss?

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Video: Visualizing the Invisible Wounds of War - David Brody

This talk helps illuminate the damage that can occur to the brain by way of traumatic events and the long term dangers that arise.

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Video: Finding Our Place - Travis Mossotti

Travis Mossotti helps to bring us all into a new level of appreciation/consciousness by paying attention to the details all around us.

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Video: What the Past Tells Us About the Future of Climate Change - T.R. Kidder

T.R. Kidder takes us through history to help us understand our likely climate future. T.R. investigates how humans change their world, sometimes subtly and sometimes dramatically. 

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Video: West African Dance Company - Afriky Lolo

Students from St. Louis showing off skills of West African dance. Heritage, culture and beauty.

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Video: The Power of Play - Mallory Nezam

This is an exploration of play and the importance as we become adults. Play is key to enjoyment and can be beneficial in many different ways.

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Video: Joy, Show Me Arts Academy

Enjoy the music of the season!

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Video: A Place to Dream: Imagining Equity - Norm White

Risk immersion focuses on the presence of factors in every area of a youth"™s life that contribute to their involvement in delinquent offending. Dr. Norman "Norm" White is currently completing a book on the roots of violent offending among African American youth that is scheduled for publication in the fall of this year.

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Video: How To Stop Comparing And Start Competing

Do you struggle with comparing yourself to others? This talk uncovers how some of the top performers (Kanye West, Abby Wambach, and Mike Krzyzewski) approach competition that takes them to a higher (and healthier) level.

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Video: Turning The Tide On Childhood Obesity - Denise Wilfley

How better care for childhood obesity improves mental health, transforms lives, and saves money.

This is a talk about the issues that children face being obese. While it is an issue that leads to adult obesity, it has it's own issues and should be treated differently.

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Video: Twice Exceptional Learners (2e) - Jim Russell

This is a talk about people that are twice exceptional - which can take many forms. A person could be very intelligent while dealing with Learning Disabilities that would be twice exceptional

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Video: How Virtual Reality Changes the Story... and the Audience - Max Planck

Max talks about the new story telling experience for Virtual Reality. These are frontier times for the vocabulary and technology that will be with us for decades to come.

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