What is the 3MT?
Alumni are not eligible. Competitors must attend the Communicating Your Research workshop in order to participate. Workshop registration information is available below.
This workshop will provide graduate students and postdocs some skills to engage 3 minute thesis effective research storytelling that captures the attention of their audiences and makes their work accessible to those outside the field.
Participants will have the opportunity to practice new techniques and get feedback on their work. It is also open to those not participating in 3MT. The slide is to be presented from the beginning of the oration.
Click here for template. No additional electronic media e. No additional props e. Presentations are limited to 3 minutes maximum and competitors exceeding 3 minutes are disqualified. Presentations are to be spoken word e.
Presentations are to commence from the stage. Presentations are considered to have commenced when a presenter starts their presentation through either movement or speech. The decision of the adjudicating panel is final. Rubric Did the presentation provide an understanding of the background to the research question being addressed and its significance?
Did the presentation clearly describe the key results of the research including conclusions and outcomes? Did the presentation follow a clear and logical sequence? Was the thesis topic, key results and research significance and outcomes communicated in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience?
Did the speaker avoid scientific jargon, explain terminology and provide adequate background information to illustrate points?
Did the presenter spend adequate time on each element of their presentation — or did they elaborate for too long on one aspect or was the presentation rushed? Did the oration make the audience want to know more? Was the presenter careful not to trivialise or generalise their research?
Did the presenter convey enthusiasm for their research? Did the speaker have sufficient stage presence, eye contact and vocal range; maintain a steady pace, and have a confident stance?
Did the PowerPoint slide enhance the presentation — was it clear, legible, and concise?Graduate School presents the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition The Graduate School of the University of Colorado Boulder will host its inaugural Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition on Tuesday, Feb.
20, from p.m. to p.m., in the UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom. The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is an academic research communication competition originally developed by the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia.
Congratulations to the Three Minute Thesis Competition Winner- Chazlyn Miller. Congratulations to the winners of the Ohio University 3 Minute Thesis® Competition held Wednesday, February 21, The Three Minute Thesis competition or 3MT, is an annual competition held in over universities worldwide.
It is open to PhD students, and challenges participants to present their research in just seconds, in an engaging form that can be understood by an intelligent audience with no background in the research area.
Aubree Hawley accepts the Three Minute Thesis winner award from Kim Needy, dean of the Graduate School and International Education. Aubree Hawley is the winner of the University of Arkansas Three Minute Thesis competition. Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) is an international research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland in Australia.
The goal of the competition is to develop students’ academic, presentation, and research communication skills.