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.
Click on each name below to watch their Three Minute Thesis presentation:
CAS 3MT Winner
CAS 3MT Runner-up
Brian Hauck, winner
Decreasing False Alarm Rates of National Security Technology
Stefani Crabtree, runner-up
Archaeological Lessons on Food Scarcity
Thermodynamics and Kinetics from Microscopy
New Organic Nanostructures for Flexible Solar Cells
Behavior of Technetium-99 for Nuclear Forensics
Detection of Marijuana from Human Breath using Breathalyzer-IMS