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Three-Minute Thesis Competition

 

 

The Three-Minute Thesis (3MTĀ®) is a communication skills development competition, which challenges graduate students to explain the significance of their research projects to a general audience in three minutes or less. It provides a great opportunity for you to develop communication skills, showcase your research, as well as open doors to new collaborations and networks, all while competing for cash awards. Click here for information on eligibility, prizes and judging criteria.

 

 

2018 Winners

Ashleigh Bristol-3MT Grand Champion, with Dean Coats

GRAND CHAMPION

Ashleigh Bristol, Ph.D. student in Polymer Science and Engineering

Polymers as Therapeutic Agents for Celiac Diseace

Hometown: D'Iberville, MS

Major Professor: Dr. Sarah Morgan 

 

 

Raymon Jones-3MT Runner-up, with Dean Coats

RUNNER-UP

Raymond Jones, Ph.D. student in Kinesiology (Exercise Physiology)

Sitting to Death: Where Do you Stand?

Hometown: Patterson, LA

Major Professor: Dr. Stephanie McCoy

 

 

Arien Faucett-3MT People's Choice Winner

PEOPLE'S CHOICE

Arien Faucett, Ph.D. student in Kinesiology (Sport Pedagogy)

The Good, The Bad, and Their Coaches

Hometown: Pascagoula, MS

Major Professor: Dr. Melissa Thompson

 

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