Three Minute Thesis is Tonight!

Don't forget to stop by tonight's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) in Lawrence 177 from 5:00 to 6:30pm.
 
The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an academic competition developed by the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia, for research students.  The exercise develops academic, presentation, and research communication skills and supports the development of graduate students' capacity to effectively explain their research in three minutes in a language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience.

 

Tonight's presenters include:

Thoma Ptak - "Hydropower with Chinese characteristics? Dams, development and environmental sustainability in Yunnan Province, China" (Geography)

David Zakharov - "Determining the age of ~2.4 Ga glaciations using U-Pb geochronology" (Geological Sciences)

Anna Moore  -   "The U.S. Diplomatic Footprint, 1779 to Present" (Geography)

Alison Kaufman  -   "Benevento vs Charlemagne" (Music)

Alec Tefertiller  -   "Let's Just Wait Until It's on Netflix: Motivations for the Movie Theater" ((School of Journalism and Communication)

Brandy Todd   -  "Little Scientists" (Educational Methodology and Policy)

Jenny Crayne  -   "What challenges affect the way teachers teach climate change?" (Environmental Studies)

Ryan Giuliano  -   "Building Stronger Brains by Listening to the Heart" (Psychology)  

Sara Clark  -   "Why Women Host Students in Costa Rica: Our Role in Ensuring Benefits" (International Studies)

Brian Clark   -   "Is Belongingness the Key to Increasing Student Wellness and Success?" (Psychology)

Christen Knowles  -   "Teach about the moon, don't drive there: Telehealth as a special education service delivery solution" (Special Education)

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