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Three Minute Thesis Finals 2017

March 29, 2017
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Congratulations to our first place winner, Alexandra Kasper from Physics, and our second place winner and people's choice, Shera Fisk from Archaeology. Alexandra will move on to represent  SFU at the Western Canadian Competition at the University of Saskatchewan on April 28, 2017. 

A big thank you to all of the participants who competed in the Finals:

  • Gopa Caesar, Communication: The Lost Lore of Partition
  • Maggie Cascadden, Resource & Environmental Management: Best Practices for Impact Benefit Agreements
  • Shera Fisk, Archaeology: The Differential Effects of Environmental Factors on Immature and Mature Bone Degradation: A Controlled Experiment Using Pig (Sus scrofa) Skeletal Remains
  • Alexandra Kasper, Physics: Work-Speed-Accuracy Tradeoffs in Molecular Machines
  • Vienna Chichi Lam, Criminology: Lacustrine Taphonomy: A Forensic Histological Examination of Skeletal Changes in a Freshwater Lake
  • Julia Mazurchuk, Public Policy: A Fragmented Net: Supporting At-Risk Families in BC
  • Alexandra Pulwicki, Earth Science: Tracking Snow on Glaciers
  • Emily Ross, Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology: Text Messaging to Help Support Heart Disease Patients Post-Discharge from the Hospital
  • Cecilia Sierra-Heredia, Health Sciences: Climate change, pollen and the development of asthma
  • Alexander Thumm, Urban Studies: Strategically Planning for Parking: The Case of Laneway Houses
  • Louise Thomas, Mechatronic Systems Engineering: Manual wheelchair stability and maneuverability with adjustments to seating configurations
  • David Yin, Engineering Science: Detection of Low Concentration Ammonia Gas Using Differential Laser Induced Fluorescence
If you want to see more photos from the event, check out our Flickr album. Stay tuned to our 3MT website for the video recordings of each participant's presentation. 
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