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Pecha Kucha

Pecha Kucha is a series of short presentations; twenty slides per presentation, 20 seconds per slide. Therefore, each presentation lasts exactly 6 minutes and 40 seconds. The concept originated among designers in Tokyo, Japan in 2003 as a format to share innovative ideas in a short amount of time.

 

Pecha Kucha at Stay Day 2015 was a huge success. Therefore, we brought it back at this year's conference. Each presenter shared a personal experience or story that influences how they are inspired to action in service of students. The presenters also had a chance to answer questions from audience at the end of all the presentations.

 

Presenters for 2016:

Chrissy Roth Francis, Ed.D. of New Student Services

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Alfred Day of Office of the Dean of Students

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Kun Yang of Student Affairs Learning & Development

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Christopher Hunn of Undergraduate Affairs-Computer Science

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Donald MacGregor of RSSP Facilities

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Elisa Huerta of Multicultural Community Center

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Pecha Kucha resources:

Sample Pecha Kucha student affairs presentations

Guide to giving Pecha Kucha presentations