Ignite 329: Enlighten us, but make it quick!
Ignite329 is a fast-paced evening of 5-minute, wide-ranging talks by passionate student speakers from the DAC/SPCOM 329 course.
Think of this event as a really fast set of TedTalks: 5 minutes long, with beautiful slide decks that auto-advance every 15 seconds, and speakers without notes and a lot of energy.
As part of their final project, students DAC 329/SPCOM 329 Digital Presentations course are mounting an evening of scintillating talks with stunning visuals. Called Ignite Waterloo 329, the event will be run as a ‘lightening’ Ignite (TedTalk-style) event.
The Department of Drama and Speech Communication, along with campus partners, presents this distinguished lecture event featuring Professor Kishonna Gray.
The Department of Drama and Speech Communication’s 2016 Distinguished Lecturer, Professor Kishonna Gray, will lead a roundtable discussion on the subject of gender and race in video games and game cultures.
The participants are undergraduate students in the Theatre and Performance, Speech Communication, Women’s Studies, and Global Business and Digital Arts programs. All are welcome to attend and to join in the discussion.