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2 graduate students speak at TEDxUGA

Kristen B. Morales

March 20, 2015

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Two graduate students from the University of Georgia College of Education will contribute to the thought-provoking discussions at the annual TEDxUGA event on March 27.

Stephanie P. Jones, a doctoral student in language and literacy education, and Leon Tsao, a doctoral student in gifted and creative education, will give specialized talks that draw from their life experiences. Jones' lecture raises the question of whether it's ever OK to stop a teen (or any child) from reading a book. [Tsao will speak on the idea](/news/2015/03/tedxuga-creativity-is-more-than-a-state- of-mind) of eastern vs. western creativity.