2017 CAS 3MT Eligibility
The college competition is open to doctoral candidates only.
- All candidates must be actively enrolled and in good standing in a doctoral degree program within the College of Arts and Sciences.
Note: Candidates enrolled in the Individual Interdisciplinary Doctoral Degree Program (IIDP) should contact the home department of their committee chair to discuss participation. Candidates are not eligible if the college affiliated with the home department is not holding a college-level competition.
- All candidates must have successfully completed preliminary exams by the nomination deadline.
All prospective participants must:
- Be available to present your Three Minute Thesis on Wednesday, March 1, 2017.
- Pullman candidates must present in person in CUE 518.
- Non-Pullman candidates may present via prearranged videoconference from their respective campus.
- If selected as the CAS 3MT winner, be available to present in person at the WSU 3MT competition on March 28, 2017, on the Pullman campus.
2017 Nomination Process and Deadlines
February 21 (by 5:00 p.m.)
All prospective participants must submit the completed nomination form and final presentation slide to their degree program chair or director via email.
February 23 (by 5:00 p.m.)
Degree program chairs and directors will forward endorsed nomination materials to the Office of the Dean. Each program may endorse up to two participants for the CAS 3MT competition.
Accepted participants will be provided with event details by February 25.
CAS 3MT competition in CUE 518.
WSU 3MT competition in the CUB Jr. Ballroom.