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College of Arts and Sciences Three Minute Thesis

Past Participants

2016 Participants

On Wednesday, March 2, 2016, the College of Arts and Sciences hosted a semi-final round of the 2016 WSU Three-Minute Thesis competition.

  • The CAS winner received a $1,000 fellowship for fall 2016 and advance to the WSU finals on Tuesday, March 22.
  • The runner up received a $500 fellowship for fall 2016.
  • The CAS people’s choice received a $500 fellowship for fall 2016.
Visit the WSU 3MT Archive to read a summary of each presentation.

Screenshot of CAS 3MT 2016

Click on each name below to watch their Three Minute Thesis presentation:
Molly Perchlik (winner)
Kayela Robertson (runner-up)
Cristina Wilson (people’s choice)

2015 3MT Participants

The CAS winner received a $1,000 fellowship for fall 2015 and advanced to the WSU finals.

View a photo gallery of the event

Brian Hauck and Sciences Three Minute PhD competition Friday, March 13, 2015 in the Thompson Hall on the Pullman campus.Brian Hauck
CAS 3MT Winner

Participants

Brian Hauck, winner
Decreasing False Alarm Rates of National Security Technology

Stefani Crabtree, runner-up
Archaeological Lessons on Food Scarcity

Ashish Bhattarai
Thermodynamics and Kinetics from Microscopy

Jeremy Eskelsen
New Organic Nanostructures for Flexible Solar Cells

Larissa Gribat
Behavior of Technetium-99 for Nuclear Forensics

Jessica Tufariello
Detection of Marijuana from Human Breath using Breathalyzer-IMS