Training Sessions / Workshops
|Arts and Social Sciences||March 1st|
|Communication, Art, and Technology||TBA|
||February 12th||9:00-11:00am||ASB firstname.lastname@example.org||Eventbrite - click here|
Open Heats / Wildcard
The wildcard competitions are open to graduate students who can't attend their faculty heat or whose faculty did not have a heat.
To register for your faculty or a wildcard heat, please click on the link for that particular heat. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com
Registration cut offs:
The winner and People's Choice winners from each heat will proceed to the university wide final to compete for the top prize. Another People's Choice winner will also be selected by the audience at the final.
|March 19, 2018||4:30-6:30pm||Big Data Hub, ASB 10900|
Western Regional Competition
We'll fly SFU's winner to the 3MT Western Regional Competition.
Organized by the Western Canadian Deans of Graduate Studies (WCDGS), up to 17 graduate students from Western Canadian Deans' Agreement participating universities are eligible to participate. The top three competitors at the Western Regional 3MT Competition will go on to compete at the National Canadian Competition.
The Western Regional 3MT finals will be held on April 17, 2019 at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George.
Our colleagues at UNBC have provided the following information:
The Western Regional Finals for the 3MT at UNBC will be held on April 17 at 1:30 pm at the Wood Innovation and Design Centre in downtown Prince George. We will have a luncheon at 12:00 preceding the event. We are also inviting the participants to attend a dinner the evening before at 6:00 pm (location to be confirmed). Based on feedback from the University of Regina, we will make the lecture theatre available to participants either the evening before or morning of for practice and to familiarize themselves with the room. We are currently working on special rates for hotel bookings and the hotel will be located within walking distance of the WIDC building and the location of the dinner. Unfortunately, our residence will still be occupied at this time, so we are unable to offer on-campus accommodations.
Please note that non-thesis students are not able to compete in the Western Regional. The top SFU thesis-based student finalist will proceed to the Western Regionals.
|April 17, 2018||UNBC||Prince George||Watch the Livestream|
National 3MT Virtual Competition
Sponsored by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS), three graduate students will move forward from the Western Regional competition to the nationals.
|Date TBA||Location TBA|