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  • The University of Oregon Women in Graduate Science (UOWGS) has a lot going on this term, including graduate student awards for travel and parents, a Spring Kickoff Happy Hour, and a talk about women in STEM with speaker Dr. Ben Barres. The deadline to apply for the following graduate student awards is May 4th. The UOWGS Travel Award is a $300 award to help defray the cost of presenting either a talk or a poster at a conference. It is awarded to two graduate students per year and is open to...
  • The Three Minute Thesis UO Finals are here! This Friday, May 1st, our top ten finalists will compete for the chance to move onto the statewide championship! In three minutes using one slide, graduate students will explain their research to a general, non-academic specific audience and win up to $500 (first place will receive $500 with two runners up receiving $200). Audience members can also participate in the People’s Choice by texting in their vote for their favorite presenter. The three...
  • The Three Minute Thesis Competition continues with its final preliminary round this Friday, April 24th. This Friday's competition determines who will join the winners from April 17th’s round to compete in the UO Finals on May 1st and then in the State Championship on May 16th. When asked about the experience, UO Finalist Brandy Todd said this, "I enjoyed the challenge. Making science accessible is what my research is all about, so being forced to distill it down to just three minutes was an...
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