Kaytlan Bockenstedt demonstrates how to encourage an imaginative childhood by sharing examples of her own. Her experiences involve little people doors, story telling, the power of dirt, and the firm expectations of adventuring outdoors no matter the weather.
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My Story is Their Story
BY MARK BUSSE
@ VOL 5
ON FEB 20, 2014
Mark Busse is a design industry professional working at Industrial Brand. He believes that everyone is the average of the people they spend the most time with. He discusses the people whom he has worked with, and who have inspired him with their creativity, imagination, and drive.
Socktastic Adventures: Fashion in the Business World
BY CHRIS WINSTEAD
@ VOL 12
ON APR 11, 2014
"So they say the first part of coping with your addiction is truly acknowledging that you're dependent on substance. I guess it's only fitting that we're in a church this evening, so my name is Chris and I'm addicted to socks."
In "Socktastic Adventures: Fashion in the Business World" from PechaKucha Night Bangor, ME Vol. 12, Christopher Winstead presented on a topic near and dear to his feet and sole. As he has spent the last 14 years of his professional career in the business world, Chris quickly learned that the corporate uniform of suits and ties didn’t lend themselves to a high level of creativity. Looking to add a bit of fashion into his wardrobe, Chris started looking at socks. They are both a venue for expression and an ability to add a pop or color to the board room. A huge thank you to Rebecca Krupke of Captured Moments Photography who provided her talents and skills to the images in the presentation.
Imagination in Animation
BY ALMOG MIZRAHI
@ VOL 117
ON SEP 24, 2014
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Family World-Schooling Adventures
BY ED GILLIS & JOCELYN LAND-MURPHY
@ VOL 15
ON JUN 03, 2017
Ed Gillis and Jocelyn Land-Murphy have spent much of their first nine years as parents adventuring in the wild with their sons Heron and Sitka - including hiking 3,000 km through Europe and Patagonia, and cycling 6,000 km through Oceania. In this presentation, they share what led them to world-schooling, what life on the road with kids looks and feels like, and what they have learned along the way.
An Invitation to the Wilderness : Discovery of the great outdoors
BY DANIEL JEFFERIES
@ VOL 3
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Dave the Rocket Guy and the Notre Dame Rocket Team
BY DAVID BRUNSTING
@ VOL 13
ON JUN 28, 2018
David Brunsting is a husband of 25 years and father to two. His daughter is in her 3rd year at Michigan Tech and His son is a senior at Saint Joseph High School. David works for MDOT as a construction inspector which means he tells contractors when they are doing their job wrong.
This presentation will be all about model rocketry, the people I've met, the projects I've worked on and most importantly about the Notre Dame Rocket Team.