Cheer on your peers, enjoy some free pizza, and learn about research being done by our awesome graduate students at SFU!
Some of this year's competitors include:
- Danielle Hoefele, Biological Sciences master’s student: European fire ant foraging and communication
- Gioachino Roberti, Earth Sciences doctoral student: Volcanoes in a changing climate
- April Wang, Computing Sciences master’s student: How modern learning resources fail conversational programmers
- Shaun Fickling, Engineering Science doctoral student: Brain vital signs after concussions
- Matthea Wiebe, Archaeology master's student: Exploring Neanderthal Fire-Starting technologies through microarchaeology
- Brea McCauley, Archaeology master's student: Ritualized Finger Amputation in the Classic Maya
- Ankit Gupta, Interactive Arts and Technology doctoral student: Wearable Technologies for Healthcare
- Michelle La, Sociology & Antrhopology master's student: Sneakerheads and their practices of trading
- Alison Butler,Public Policy master's student: Room to grow: Building better rental stock for Vancouver families
- Allison Carter, Health Sciences doctoral student: Desires embraced: A critical analysis of sex, love, and relationships among women living with HIV
Date: Monday, March 19, 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm, Big Data Hub (ASB 10900)
RSVP (for free pizza and drinks): https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/three-minute-thesis-sfu-final-tickets-43761240047
More About 3MT
One slide. Three minutes. Cash prizes. Give voice to your thesis in SFU's annual 3 Minute Thesis competition.
The 3 Minute Thesis gives you a fun opportunity to talk about your research in a supportive and engaging environment. Benefits to students:
- Improve your presentation skills
- Share your work and make connections with other SFU graduate students
- Develop knowledge translation strategies for your research
- Have a ready answer next time a relative asks about your work
Competitions to communicate your research are a great way to get noticed and build your professional skills. In addition, our research funders are looking for students with strong skills in knowledge translation. See University Affairs: Contests to communicate research gain in popularity.
Related contests (open to international students as well):