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Jon Staff speaks about how our work often spills over into the rest of our lives. He emphasizes the importance of a work/life balance and that it can aid in the quality of our work.

Happy New Year from TEDxFoggyBottom! Start it off with some encouragement from Guillaume Levy-Lambert stemming from his journey with divine providence after an encounter with Roy Lichtenstein’s Desk Calendar painting.

Sergeant Jessica Hawkins serves as the first transgender supervisor of the D.C. Police LGBT Liaison Unit, working to strengthen the MPD’s relationship with the LGBT community.

Introducing our 2018 Speaker Project Series, where we follow up with our past speakers to see where they are now. In this installment, Dr. Mario Cardullo discusses everything from his passions for inventing to his love of cooking. For the full video go to tedxfoggybottom.com/ideas

Emma Yang speaks about the community of women in STEM that she found and cherished after winning the Technovation Challenge, leading her to encourage all girls to purse their interests in science and technology.

Marcus Bullock, co-founder of the Flikshop School of Business- a program that teaches incarcerated men and women life skills and entrepreneurship, thanks his family and friends for helping him overcome the challenges in his life that allowed him to get to where he is today.

Evolutionary Ecologist Martha Weiss discusses insect metamorphosis by focusing on the beauty between the transition from a caterpillar to a butterfly, proving that second chances are possible.

Dr. Monica Ruiz talks about restrictions on the implementation of programs which address the HIV epidemic

Mark your calendars. Our annual event is April 14, 2018!
Tickets will go on sale early 2018.

Mario Cardullo, inventor of RFID, talks about the unforeseen consequences and endless benefits of turning ideas into inventions.

“We’re now able to preserve these microbes, from humans and monkeys: to ensure that both of us can live healthier lives” -Dan Knights

At TEDMED, computational microbiologist Dan Knights and his team are dissecting the relationship between the gut microbes individuals are born with, and conditions they may contract as adults such as obesity or autoimmune diseases, using captive and wild monkeys as a key example.

TEDMED at GW is today in District B207 from 5-7! Stop by to enjoy TED talks and TEDMED cupcakes!

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