There are cash prizes up for grabs 1st: Only MAGS member institutions, in good standing, are eligible to compete. The first- second- and third-place winners were all repeat participants, who had competed in at least one other Three Minute Thesis competition.
No additional props e. No additional props e. Did the talk follow a logical sequence? This competition is a unique opportunity for graduate students to showcase their innovative and significant research to a wider audience, across disciplines within the University, and to the broader public.
Did the presenter convey enthusiasm for their research? Presentations are limited to three minutes maximum and competitors exceeding three minutes are disqualified. The decision of the judging panel is final. Presentations are considered to have commenced when a presenter begins through movement or speech.
You can still register for the preliminary heats.
To enquire about 3MT in your College email the following: His experience in the Three Minute Thesis preliminary rounds in and prepared him to take home a prize this year. Scoring Scoring is the same for Heats and the Championship.
Did the presentation follow a clear and logical sequence? Tickets are available here. Did the presenter convey enthusiasm for their research? No additional props e.
Please note that each criterion is equally weighted and has an emphasis on audience. Institutions are urged to submit the complete nomination form as early as possible.
For first-place winner Penman, whose presentation invited the audience to participate in a call and response exercise, this was his second attempt.
Students should register at the conference no later than 8: Presentations are to be spoken word i.
Schmidt College of Science Advisor: Presentations are to be spoken word e. Was the presenter careful not to trivialize or generalize their research?
The decision of the adjudicating panel is final. He has research interests in the social and cultural relationships between Britain and Australia, and in museological theory and practice.
Did the speaker have sufficient stage presence, eye contact and vocal range; maintain a steady pace, and have a confident stance?
Did the presenter convey enthusiasm for their research? Biomedical engineering student Sahil Rastogi was selected as the Alumni Choice Award winner by alumni watching the Facebook feed.What is Three Minute Thesis (3MT) The Three Minute Thesis is an international competition for higher degree research students to showcase their research.
Students present to an audience on what their research is and why it is important in plain language for three minutes, with only a single PowerPoint slide. Mar 31, · Congratulations to 3 Minute Thesis Finalists and Winners!
Posted on March 31, by Katherine Marie Wilson Georgia State University Library was pleased to partner with the Office of the Associate Provost for Graduate Programs to sponsor the University’s 1 st Annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) Competition.
On April 20,eleven finalists competed in Yale's second 3-Minute Thesis Competition, which challenged graduate students and postdocs to clearly and engagingly present their research to a diverse panel of judges - in 3 minutes or less!
Watch 3rd Place Winner Dolly Goldenberg as she presents "Hearing with our skin: multisensory. 3 Minute Thesis Winner The 3MT is an academic competition that challenges graduate students to describe their research within three minutes, with one static slide, to a general audience.
3MT celebrates the discoveries made by research students and encourages their skill in communicating the importance of research to the broader community.
3 Minute Thesis Competition 3 Minute Thesis Competition. What is 3MT™? Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) is a research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland in Australia in The premise of the competition is to develop academic, presentation, and research communication skills.
3MT Winners. Three Minute. Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) celebrates the exciting research conducted by gradaute students around the world. Developed by The University of Queensland (UQ) in3MT competitions are now held in over universities and institutions across 65 countries worldwide.Download