• Speakers

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    Val Efram

    Professor of Literature

    George Mason University

    Topic: Dostoyevsky's ethical framework in the 21st century

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    Lorne Michaels

    Professor of Linguistics

    University of Arizona

    Topic: Monosyllabic and multi-syllabic language division

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    Abraham Johnston

    Executive Director

    Education Research Association

    Topic: Continuing cultural education in the workforce

  • The Blog

    Thoughts, musings, and ruminations.

    What is the weather like this month, and what are the benefits and drawbacks of undertaking the trek? Continue reading to learn more about the July EBC trek. In Nepal, July is the start of the monsoon season and is regarded as the off-season for trekking. Because of this, the Everest Base...
    The rise of remote work has changed the standard office environment. However, the move to online work comes with problems, such as being distracted, feeling alone, and needing help keeping an excellent work-life balance. In this article, we will discuss some valuable ways to get more done when...
    Bringing an indoor golf simulator to your home isn't just an excellent amusement but a chance for those fond of the sport to train and improve their performance without leaving the house. On the other, several aspects must be considered to help you decide whether this move suits you. Here are...
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  • Schedule

    1

    9/14: 3pm-6pm

    Day 1: Welcome meeting for all attendees

    2

    9/15: 9am-6pm

    Day 2: Workshops & master classes

    3

    9/16: 9am-6pm

    Day 3: Lectures & panel discussion

  • Time & Place

    Los Angeles Convention Center

    1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA

     

    9/14/2018 - 9/16/2018

  • Registration & Tickets

    Regular Admission includes all event days.Gold Admission also includes access to master classes from our distinguished speakers. Buy tickets to register, and bring your ID to check into the event. See you there!