Three Minute Thesis

Three Minute Thesis –SFU Finals 

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)

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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.

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