Imagine explaining your dissertation or thesis in three minutes – with no more than one visual.
The UNCG Graduate School will host its annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) final competition on Thursday, Nov. 17, from 2:30 -4 p.m. in the Virginia Dare Room, Alumni House.
In the 3MT competition, graduate students convey the essence and importance of their master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation research in an engaging way to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes and with one PowerPoint slide.
Ten students will compete in the UNCG final competition for first place ($1,000 plus travel and accommodations to the regional CSGS competition), second place ($500), and the people’s choice ($250).
The final round will be:
- Brian Suttell, History
- Priyanka Ruparelia, Nanoscience
- Kelley Massengale, Public Health
- Education Jed Diekfuss, Kinesiology
- Katelyn Miller, Biology
- Paula Swindle, Counseling and Educational Development
- Brian Cone, Kinesiology
- Stacy Rice, English Reynaldo
- Diaz, Nanoscience
- Ghina’a Abu Deiab, Chemistry and Biochemistry
You can find more information about the 3MT competition at https://grs.uncg.edu/life-dev/3mt/.
This event is free and open to the public. Questions? Contact Laura Drew at email@example.com.