Do you have an intriguing idea, unusual side project, crazy travel story, or anything else you'd like to share in a bite-sized presentation? Spatial@UCSB is looking for intrepid presenters – students, faculty, staff, and friends – to give inspirational, educational, or just plain entertaining talks related to geography or space (i.e., just about anything). The talks can be serious or funny, as long as presenteres follow the mantra: "Enlighten us, but make it quick." For inspiration, watch videos of past years' talks. Participants from all departments and disciplines are welcome.
To present in the 2015 Spatial Lightning Talks, contact Kitty Currier by February 18 (preferably sooner).
What: 4th Annual Lightning Talks presented by spatial@ucsb
When: Wednesday, February 25 (lunch provided starting at 11:45 a.m., presentations begin at noon)
Where: Mosher Alumni House
More Information: View the call for presentations
Check out this 2014 Lightning Talk from graduate student Crystal Bae, who bicycled cross-country from Washington, D.C., to UCSB last year: