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Matt Kenyon Selected as 2015 TED Fellow

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Matt Kenyon: Supermajor 

Stamps Associate Professor Matt Kenyon joins 20 of the brightest thinkers and makers from 15 countries as a 2015 TED Fellow.

Every year, the TED Fellows program nurtures the vision and passion of 40 thought leaders and trailblazers, giving momentum to their ideas. With a global network of over 300 Fellows strong, the TED Fellows program is a hub for cross-disciplinary collaboration, connection and innovation.

The TED Fellowship offers access to an exclusive private network of change-makers, unique skills-building workshops and the mentorship of world-renowned experts. TED Fellows also present their very own TED Talks at the conferences — an unprecedented opportunity to spread their great ideas. After the conference, TED Fellows remain connected to the myriad resources of the TED community.

This year’s group of fellows range across a broad spectrum of fields including physicists, a slam poet, journalists, a paleontologist, photographers, a choreographer, social entrepreneurs, designers, and an astronomer.

Meet and learn more about the 2015 TED Fellows