A speech to graduating Harvard architects

Posted by: Tedstaff
Harvard Graduate School of Design commencement

Image courtesy Harvard Graduate School of Design

Last week, TED’s curator, Chris Anderson, addressed the 2011 graduating class of architects from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His advice to them?

Don’t pursue your passion directly. At least not yet. Instead … pursue the things that will empower you. Pursue knowledge. Be relentlessly curious. Listen, learn.

Read the text of Chris’ commencement address >>

Read the Harvard Gazette‘s coverage >>

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  • Peter Jesella commented on May 31 2011

    Just joined TED to leave a commnet, but now I got to go to work, evening shift hospital lab.
    I hope you can look over my new bio, 30-year interest in creating a Science of Self-Sufficient Housing for the U.S. and global needs, by way of creating a decentralized National Youth Energy Efficiency Corps as a part of a National Youth Servcie System, Leter pjesella

  • Kat Haber commented on May 30 2011

    I want that app.