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Education for Students by Students presents 'DeisTalks

April 3, 5:00 p.m.
Carl Ruth and Shapiro Admissions Center Presentation Room

DeisTalks is back! Education for Students by Students is hosting its annual DeisTalks.

Come see members of the Brandeis Community present their stories and ideas in a TED-Talk style manner. Each talk will be 6-8 minutes and the event will be followed by a social with free food!

Get your FREE Tickets now for guaranteed seating!

Speakers and their topics:

Alumni speaker:

Shaina Gilbert '10
- Graduating in the Brandeis class of 2010, Shaina founded the Empowering Through Education Camp to prepare the most vulnerable youth of Hinche, Haiti to become community leaders for social change.

Student Speakers:

Tali Fleitman:
- Non-native speakers: Shouldn't they have the same opportunities?

Naomi Rodriguez:
- A Gap in Knowledge: The benefits of a gap year and taking time to reflex on your accomplishments

William Hicks:
- Building Skynet: How and Why. Analyzing the line between computers and the human mind to discover what it really means to be human.

Afzal Raiaan Ullah:
-Being gay, being Muslim, being Proud, and being and Activist. An exploration of the mysterious, subtle yet thriving realities of an LGBT Muslim community.

Sindhura Sonnathi:
- Through a Lens: How photography has become incredibly vital to my identity and the importance of having a passion - both for yourself and to inspire others.

Abraham Troen:
- Does one reality, or truth exist? And if it does, is the camera a viable tool to use to capture it?