The competition develops academic, presentation, and research communication skills and supports the development of students' capacities to effectively explain their research in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience. During each competition, graduate students will have three minutes to present a compelling discussion on their research topic, including its significance and relevance, to the general public. This is a fast-paced competition where the top 10 finalists compete by summarizing their two to three-plus years of research in only three minutes with only one slide. It is a celebration of the discoveries made by graduate students and will allow the broader community to learn about ongoing research at Purdue. It is free and open to the public. Cash awards are given to the winner, runner-up, and People's Choice Award winner.
Three Minute Thesis | UMSL
For the Birds - 2 Minute Thesis. Call of the Birds by Miya Warrington I've always had a sweet spot for birds. This is probably because, as a child, I loved animals and birds w Subscribe to us on YouTube!
The competition challenges them to describe their research within three minutes to a general audience. The competition at Idaho State University will be virtual this year and is open to all degree-seeking masters and doctoral students, in all disciplines, who are pursuing scholarly work or research. The idea for the 3MT competition came about at a time when the state of Queensland was suffering severe drought. To conserve water, residents were encouraged to time their showers, and many people had a three minute egg timer fixed to the wall in their bathroom.
A 90, words thesis would require about 9 hours presenting it comprehensively. Now, think of presenting it in three minutes. You got that right, 3 minutes seconds. And, only in one slide.