Nerd hero heads for School of Curiosity
August 19, 2013
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When he lectured at Harvard University he was described as a ‘Nerd Hero’, with up to 600 students queuing up to attend his lectures. Dr Brian Palmer’s popularity, enteratining and engaging style (as well as brilliant content) won him the Levenson Prize as Harvards best lecturer.
Brian loves The School of Curiosity and is coming to our ‘End of Summer School’ 23-25 October to work with us on “What is happiness, and how do we balance time and money?” It might just change the way you see the world.
As if that were not enough he’s going to regale us with stories from his latest book, 101 Historical Heroes, (with Ola Larsmo).
If you’ve never seen this guy, believe us, he is a legend. They will be queuing around the block for him, though if you do get a ticket you’ll be interacting with him in a small class setting.
Don’t wait. The full prospectus will be released today, but you can reserve your tickets here http://bit.ly/15v1iWi