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Wendy Dallian wins FCAT's Three Minute Thesis Competition and the People's Choice Award
Wendy will be representing the School for the Contemporary Arts and the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology when she competes at tonight's SFU-wide Three Minute Thesis competition.
On February 24th, 2015, the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology held its Three Minute Thesis competition. This year, we would like to congratulate Wendy Dallian for winning both the competition and the “People’s Choice Award” for the FCAT heat.
Wendy is a Master of Arts student in the School for the Contemporary Arts who presented her thesis on “Cinematic Realism”. The runner up in this year’s FCAT heat is Karen Cochrane, a Master of Science student in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology, who presented “E-Health Technology for Mental Health”.
Tonight, Wendy will be representing FCAT at the SFU-wide competition:
March 9, 2015
Shrum Science Centre K9500
Be sure to reserve your seat through this link. The event will begin at 5:30 pm sharp.