Events and Conferences
PhD Students Researching Life & Medical Sciences Competing in 3MT may be Selected to go to Denmark!
Are you a PhD student undertaking research related to life & medical sciences? If so, you might want to compete in this year's 3MT competition.
The judges will be selecting PhD candidates pursuing research in the Life & Medical Sciences to attend this year’s International Student Research Forum (ISRF) 2019, June 16-20th in Odense, Denmark! Selected students are those who can present and communicate their research in a clear and concise manner.
The selected candidate(s) will receive airfare and hotel costs related to ISRF 2019: https://www.conferencemanager.dk/ISRF2019/the-event.html
Students wanting to be considered but not able to attend 3MT dates should contact Stevie Benisch (email@example.com).
You've signed up for a heat, now what?
Here are some tips to help you start preparing:
- Take a look at some of our tips and resources: http://www.sfu.ca/dean-gradstudies/events/three-minute-thesis/resources.html
- Sign up for workshops offered through SFU Research Commons, SFU Student Learning Commons, and/or SFU Teaching and Learning Centre: https://www.sfu.ca/dean-gradstudies/events/three-minute-thesis/training.html
- Watch others' 3MT Presentations from past competitions: http://www.sfu.ca/dean-gradstudies/events/three-minute-thesis/history.html
- Learn how Michelle La prepared for the 3MT competition and read her tips: https://www.mla.space/blog/2018/12/9/research-communication-tips
Are you an English as an Additional Language graduate student? Good news, we have a 3MT workshop just for you!
Sign up for the 3MT Kickoff for EAL Graduate Students Workshop: https://www.sfu.ca/dean-gradstudies/events/three-minute-thesis/training/#EAL
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