School of Graduate Studies

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School of Graduate Studies

3MT Heat 1 off to a great start

2018 Three Minute Thesis Competition started today and the presentations were great.  Not an easy task for the judges, but all participants should be proud of how they conveyed to audience their research in just 3 minutes.  Four will go through to the final next week, but congratulations should go to all participants. It is never easy being the first round,but they did themselves and their program proud.

Results are:

First place - Kuukuwa Andam (Law)

Second place - Frances Wallace (Art History)

Third place and Peoples Choice - Shannon Neville (Biomedical Engineering)

As 3rd place was also People's Choice, Voila David (Education) will also go through to the final.

The School of Graduate Studies would like to thank the Campus Bookstore for again supplying the prizes for this year's competition. Thank you also to our judges - Dr Sue Fostaty-Young (CTL), Dr David Rappaport (Computing) and Dr Bahman Gharesifard (Mathematics & Statistics)

Heat 1 - participants and judges

(Judges and participants - L to R: Frances Wallace (Art History), Dr Bahman Gharesifard (Math & Stats),Shannon Neville (Biomedical Engineering), Dr Sue Fostaty-Young (CTL), Voila David (Education), Dr David Rappaport (Computing), Heena Mistry (History), Matthew Cormier (Pathology & Molecular Medicine), Kuukuwa Andam(Law)

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