‘Phoenix Talks,’ modeled after popular TEDx series, to be presented Nov. 3-6
UW-Green Bay and the Common Theme committee will present a series of “Phoenix Talks” — modeled after the popular TEDx talks — Nov. 3-6 in the Christie Theatre. Each session will feature three engaging community leaders (most of whom are UW-Green Bay alumni) who will discuss their careers and talk about the importance of public service. Each session will focus on a different theme — public education Monday (Nov. 3), nonprofits Tuesday (Nov. 4), environmental issues and causes Wednesday (Nov. 5) and city government and politics Thursday (Nov. 6). The talks, which directly relate to this year’s Common Theme of “Engaging in Public Life,” will take place from 11 a.m.-noon, and are free and open to the public. For more information, including a full lineup of speakers, check out our news post.