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  • The second preliminary round of the Three Minute Thesis competition was held on Wednesday, April 23 in Lawrence 177. Eleven students shared their research in three minutes or less with a spot in the UO finals on May 7 on the line. The five competitors advancing to the final round on May 7 include (pictured L-R) Rick Montgomery (Physics), Evan Baker (Geological Sciences), Alan Reynolds (Philosophy), Grace Aaraj (Architecture), and Sarah Hwang (Art History). These finalists will join the five...
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    The first preliminary round of the Three Minute Thesis competition was held on Wednesday, April 16 in Lawrence 177. Eleven student competitors presented their research in three minutes or less for a chance to advance to the UO finals on May 7. 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...
  • Will you be collecting or generating data in the course of your research? Register for LIB 607 to learn strategies to manage your data in this 1-credit Data Management seminar. “Coming to this class is like going to the gym for my dissertation,” said one student from spring 2013 Data Management course. The purpose of this course is to develop an understanding of the requirements for data management and to create a data management plan for a particular research project. Data management is an...
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