This is a short TED-like talk for Graduate Students. The students will be given 5 to 7 minutes to talk about any open ended ideas. Topics can range from something that is new and surprising or just an idea or invention that the audience has never heard about.
Prizes will be awarded for First Place, Second Place, and People’s Choice.
NOTE: Participants are required to attended two training sessions with Scott Morgan in order to compete at the GEARS Symposium.
Watch the video of Kavita Krishnaswamy ’07, computer science and mathematics, Ph.D. ’19, computer science – Graduate Student – the participant from last year’s Grit-X Talk.