03.06.2019 at 3:00pm

Location: 402 Walter Library

Scott Lanyon and Kweku Konadu Amponsah-Efah shaking hands at Three-Minute Thesis Competition

An 80,000 word Ph.D. thesis would take 9 hours to present.

  • Could you present your work in just 3 minutes? 
  • Are you planning to compete in your collegiate 3MT competition preliminary rounds this spring or fall, and want tips and advice to help you better prepare? 
  • Never heard of 3MT and curious to know more about what's involved and why you should participate?

The 3-Minute Thesis (3MT®) challenges students to communicate the significance of their projects without the use of props or industry jargon, in just three minutes. The competition develops academic, presentation, and research communication skills and help students' learn to quickly explain their research to a non-specialist audience leaving them wanting to know more. This session will offer more information about the competition and tips to be successful. 

Register here.

Presenter: Dr. Paul Ching, Center for Educational Innovation

Sponsored by the Graduate School and Center for Educational Innovation