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College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Studies

Three Minute Thesis Contest

College of Arts and Sciences Pullman Qualifier

Friday, March 6, 2020

3mt participants with dean Jockers.

2020 CAS winners

1st place: Robyn Reeve, School of Biological Sciences – “Leptin: Integrator of immune response and regenerations”

Runner-up: Cameron Naylor, Department of Chemistry – “Deducing Accurate Ion Mobilities in Complex Atmospheres”

People’s Choice: Robyn Reeve

>> Meet all of the 2020 CAS Pullman participants and read their research abstracts.<<

 

Rules and Criteria

Visit 3mt.wsu.edu/rules for judging criteria and specific guidelines.

Eligibility

The CAS qualifying event is limited to doctoral students endorsed by their academic chair or director. Click here for details.

Application form

Updated application form (PDF) | (Word doc): The deadline for applications is February 20. 2020, and the CAS preliminary competition is Friday, March 6.

Questions?

Contact the Office of the Dean at cas@wsu.edu or 509-335-4581.

1st place: Robyn Reeve

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Runner-up: Cameron Naylor

The 3MT research communication competition challenges PhD students to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance in just three minutes—and using just one visual slide—in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.

3MT is not an exercise in trivializing or “dumbing down” research, but an opportunity for students to consolidate their ideas, their motivation and their research discoveries so they can be presented to a wider audience.

 

The CAS Pullman 3MT winner of 2020 will receive a $1,000 fellowship for fall 2020 and advance to the WSU 3MT Competition.

The CAS Pullman 3MT runner up and people’s choice of 2020 will each receive a $500 fellowship for fall 2020.