Clay Tucker

For the third time in as many years, The LSU Department of Geography and Anthropology (G&A) is proud to have a TEDxLSU speaker in this year’s lineup. Clay Tucker will be sharing results of his tree-ring research in coastal Louisiana.  Last year, G&A’s Juliet Brophy told the sold-out crowd about discovering a new hominid species, and in 2017 G&A alum Lauren Pharr shared why vultures matter in forensic science. G&A has also invited two TEDxLSU 2019 speakers to be Friday Forum speakers on February 1. Hayley Johnson and Sarah Simms work in LSU Libraries and will talk about Japanese Internment Camps in Louisiana. LSU G&A and TEDxLSU make quite the combination!

Check out the rest of this year’s speaker lineup, and don’t forget to reserve your seats

TEDxLSU, March 23, 2019