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"Students Are Like Footballs. No, Football Players. No, Teenagers; No Swimmers. No, Teenage Soccer Players Swimming on Basketball Courts"

DYSTOPIA–“Students are like footballs, and y’all are the football players,” keynote speaker Rudyard “Red” Neckerson told Dystopia College faculty members at this year’s convocation.

“It’s not just about pass reception,” Neckerson continued. 450 more words

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Have you seen who we have confirmed to speak at the Introbiz Expo 2016. How to book your tickets and reserve your place to ensure that you can see your chosen and preferred key note speaker at the Introbiz Expo 2016. 20 more words

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About our Headline Speaker Hilary Devey C.B.E

Former Dragon’s Den Star Hilary Devey CBE will once again be speaking at the Introbiz Expo 2016.

About Hilary Devey CBE

Bolton-born Hilary Devey CBE is an entrepreneur, TV presenter, commentator, … 515 more words

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Convocation Speaker Announced

DYSTOPIA–Rudyard “Red” Neckerson, author of Git ’em In, Git ‘er Done, Git ’em Out: The Low Road to Higher Graduation Rates, will be the keynote speaker for this year’s Dystopia College faculty convocation, Provost Eddina Field announced today. 198 more words

Divan Diving

Well, another graduation season came and went without me being invited to speak at commencement ceremonies. I didn’t expect to get a call from Harvard, Yale, or Notre Dame, but I was looking forward to sharing one of my famous motivational messages with students and parents from a smaller institute of learning, such as The Academy of Spoiled Rotten Brats. 205 more words

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Keynote Speakers

Introducing the keynote speakers

Jesse Reynolds

Jesse Reynolds is presently a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of European and International Public Law at Tilburg University in The Netherlands. His focus is on climate engineering, not only in relation to environmental law, but also to international relations, economics and the economic analysis of law. 218 more words

Andrew Parker