New Avenues

Planning for our Next Event is Underway!

2/22/2022


What New Avenues are people, communities, and organizations exploring to optimize outcomes? What New Avenues were explored in the past that led us to our current situations? What New Avenues are being explored now that will shape our future?

Join us at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts on the University of Mississippi to explore New Avenues together.

If you know someone investigating new avenues who has an idea worth sharing, please nominate them as a speaker!



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Speakers, Audience, Sponsors and Private Donors for making our 2021 event a success!

 


Congrats Beth Ann Fennelly!

Fennelly’s Talk, How Literature Can Help Us Develop Empathy, is now being featured on TED’s How to be a Better Human series and on TEDx Shorts Podcast. Her talk debuted in 2020 as part of TEDxUniversityofMississippi! Here’s the TED series link: How literature — yes, literature — can help you better connect with others | (ted.com), and here’s a link to TEDx SHORTS | Podcasts | TED.


Fennelly delivering her 2020 TEDxTalk “How Literature Can Help Us Develop Empathy”

Fennelly delivering her 2020 TEDxTalk “How Literature Can Help Us Develop Empathy”


Congrats Dr. Freiwald!


Dr. Carolyn Freiwald delivers her 2020 Talk “The Story of Migration: Your Life in a Tooth”

Dr. Carolyn Freiwald delivers her 2020 Talk “The Story of Migration: Your Life in a Tooth”

Freiwald’s Talk, The Story of Migration: Your Life in a Tooth, which debuted in 2020 as part of TEDxUniversityofMississippi, has been selected by TED to be featured! Now entitled The Hidden History Found in your Teeth: go.ted.com/carolynfreiwald.

You can also hear Freiwald being interviewed about Migration on TED Radio Hour, which aired on NPR on 4/30/21.